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A manual on tapioca: a potential substitute for agar in microbiological and tissue culture media


A manual on tapioca: a potential substitute for agar in microbiological and tissue culture media: 29 pp.
A manual on tapioca: a potential substitute for agar in microbiological and tissue culture media
The use of tapioca as a culture medium for studies in plant pathology and in the production of plants in vitro is described. Tapioca-based media were used for the maintenance and short-term preservation of plant pathogenic fungi. The fungi tested were viable for >3 months.

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