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Study of the biology and ecology of Polymyxa betae Kesk. on sugarbeet in Yugoslavia



Study of the biology and ecology of Polymyxa betae Kesk. on sugarbeet in Yugoslavia



Zastita Bilja 39(3): 259-273



Stages in the life cycle of the fungus are described. Cystosori are found in the epidermal cells of the tap root and root hairs. Primary zoospores, formed by the germination of cystospores, are morphologically similar to secondary zoospores, from zoosporangia, which are formed from the plasmodium after a zoospore empties its content in the host cell. The fungus can grow and infect sugarbeet at pH 5-8 and 10-30 degrees C.

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