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The comparative activity of monosporous and mycelial isolates of Ophiobolus graminis Sacc. from the same source as wheat pathogens in natural and sterilized soil



The comparative activity of monosporous and mycelial isolates of Ophiobolus graminis Sacc. from the same source as wheat pathogens in natural and sterilized soil



Canad. J. Plant Sci 39: 405-407



In sterilized soil all 8 of the monosporous isolates taken from diseased wheat and the majority of the mycelial isolates caused severe infection of wheat seedlings.

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