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Effect of different solid media on the growth and sporulation of Fusarium species isolated from infected kernels of maize (Zea mays L.)

, : Effect of different solid media on the growth and sporulation of Fusarium species isolated from infected kernels of maize (Zea mays L.). Madras Agricultural Journal 78(1-4): 145-146

Differences in growth and sporulation are recorded for F. moniliforme F. equisetum, F. semitectum and F. acuminatum on 8 agar media.

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