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Phyto toxicity and anti microbial activity of graminin a produced by cephalosporium gramineum the causal agent of cephalosporium stripe disease of wheat



Phyto toxicity and anti microbial activity of graminin a produced by cephalosporium gramineum the causal agent of cephalosporium stripe disease of wheat



Physiological Plant Pathology 14(1): 129-133



Graminin A produced chlorosis and browning of leaves and vascular tissues of wheat [Triticum aestivum] cuttings at low concentrations. It had little or no effect on cuttings of non-host plants such as bean, tomato, eggplant and corn. Graminin A may be involved in the expression of the syndrome of Cephalosporium stripe of wheat. Graminin A also inhibited the growth of many fungi and bacteria.

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