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Comparative investigation on soybean reaction to Sclerotium bataticola in vivo and in vitro


Comparative investigation on soybean reaction to Sclerotium bataticola in vivo and in vitro



Rasteniev"dni Nauki 37(8): 629-633



In field tests, soyabean (Glycine max cultivar Boryana and line X-62) plants were artificially inoculated with Sclerotium bataticola (Macrophomina phaseolina) using two different methods: toothpicks colonized by the pathogen were inserted into wounds on the plants and agar disks covered by mycelium and microsclerotia were placed on the wounds. The length of the external stem lesions was recorded 21 days after inoculation, and plant senescence was rated.

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