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Mycoflora from wheat collected in Sind and Punjab



Mycoflora from wheat collected in Sind and Punjab



Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 32(10): 698-701



Seed samples of 22 wheat varieties were collected from Punjab and Sind, Pakistan and were analysed for seedborne fungi. A total of 36 fungal species of 16 genera was isolated from 110 seed samples. More seedborne fungi were isolated from seeds collected in Bahawalpur, Hyderabad, Tandojam and Faisalabad.

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