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Saprophytic colonization oi Wheat straw by Cercosporella her-potrichoides Fron and other fungi. The survival of Cercosporella herpotrichoides Fron in Wheat straw



Saprophytic colonization oi Wheat straw by Cercosporella her-potrichoides Fron and other fungi. The survival of Cercosporella herpotrichoides Fron in Wheat straw



Ann. appl. Biol 49(1): 152-164 ; 165-172



In further studies at Univ. Cambridge on facultative parasites in soil, noticed in part, C. herpotrichoides in liquid cultures utilized organic and inorganic sources of N and displayed an absolute requirement for thiamin; none of the isolates tested was able to synthesize this substance. On nutrient agar and through sterilized straw the fungus grew more slowly than other facultative parasites of cereal roots and stem bases.

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