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Growth studies on gonatobotrys ramosa riess. ex. fresenius causing grain mouldiness of sorghum



Growth studies on gonatobotrys ramosa riess. ex. fresenius causing grain mouldiness of sorghum



Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 25(1): 62-65



Monoconidial isolates of Gonatobotrys ramosa attained maximum growth on 10th day and thereafter it decreased. Among the various liquid media tried, potato dextrose and Sabouraud's dextrose media supported the maximum growth. Dextrose followed by sucrose and mannitol were utilized most as carbon source. The fungus grew well at a temperature of 25.degree.C and pH range of 5.5 to 6.0.

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