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Comparative studies on Cephalosporium gramineum Nishikado et Ikata, cause of stripe disease of wheat, and C. acremonium Corda



Comparative studies on Cephalosporium gramineum Nishikado et Ikata, cause of stripe disease of wheat, and C. acremonium Corda



Rept Ohara Agric Inst 30: 381-414



Cf. Ber. Ohara Inst. landw. Forsch. 8; 284-304. 1938 (in English). C acremonium. of which pure culture were supplied by Prof. Westerdijk, and C. gramineum, named by the senior author, are quite different in size of conidia, color of colony under diffuse daylight, and in temp. requirements for growth on potato-dextrose agar. C gramineum was able to infect wheat seedlings and cause stripe disease, C. acremonium was not.

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