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The effects of light regimes, temperatures and culture media on sporulation, growth and cultural characteristics of Ascochyta pinodella Jones



The effects of light regimes, temperatures and culture media on sporulation, growth and cultural characteristics of Ascochyta pinodella Jones



Turrialba 40(3): 391-396



The effect was studied of the interaction of 4 culture media (PDA, V8 juice agar (V8A), Czapek agar (CA) and sweetpea agar (SA)), 3 photoperiods (long day, short day and continuous darkness) and 2 temperatures (21 +or- 2 degrees C and 27 +or- 2 degrees ) on A. pinodella (Phoma medicaginis var. pinodella) growth, sporulation and cultural characteristics. Light and the interaction between temperature and medium affected growth.

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