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Distinction of the Asiatic brown rot fungus Monilia polystroma sp. nov. from M. fructigena

Distinction of the Asiatic brown rot fungus Monilia polystroma sp. nov. from M. fructigena

Mycological Research 106(4): 444-451

ISSN/ISBN: 0953-7562

DOI: 10.1017/s0953756202005695

M. fructigena isolates from Japan were compared with isolates from Europe. General colony characteristics, stroma formation, growth rate and conidial dimensions were determined for six isolates each from both groups, as well as sporulation intensity on potato dextrose agar (PDA) and germ tube features. Potential differences in pathogenicity were tested on the pear cultivars 'Conference' and 'Doyenne du Comice', and on the apple cultivar 'Cox's Orange Pippin'.

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