Studies on fungi in the root region IV. Fungi associated with the roots of Phaseolus vulgaris L
Taylor, G.S.; Parkinson, D.
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& F. XXVII. Fungi were isolated from bean roots after washing in sterile water at monthly intervals throughout the plant's life, and from other roots after surface sterilization at certain ages only. The relative importance of the most common species isolated from the root surface, the cortex, the outer stele and the inner stele is shown in tables. Fusarium oxysporum and Cylindrocarpon radicicola were the commonest root isolates.