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Differences in temperature requirements between Polymyxa sp. of Indian origin and Polymyxa graminis and Polymyxa betae from temperate areas



Differences in temperature requirements between Polymyxa sp. of Indian origin and Polymyxa graminis and Polymyxa betae from temperate areas



European Journal of Plant Pathology 104(2): 195-205



The temperature requirements of 3 single cystosorus strains of Polymyxa from India were investigated at 15-18, 19-22, 23-26 and 27-30 degrees C (night-day temperature), and were compared with the temperature requirements of 3 strains of P. graminis from Belgium, Canada and France, and with 2 strains of P. betae from Belgium and Turkey.

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DOI: 10.1023/a:1008612903927


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