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A spore trap for the specific detection of infectious sporangia of oomycetes


Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 100(5): 530-534
A spore trap for the specific detection of infectious sporangia of oomycetes
A description is given of the design and use of a spore trap which collects sporangia from air or air-water mixtures (e.g. splashes of rain) into a few drops of water. This water is then put on a leaf disc from an appropriate host, and the existence of sporangia shown by means of the specific disease symptoms produced.


Accession: 002289052



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