Influences of purine antagonists on the growth of the rice blast fungus, Piricularia oryzae Cav

Tomizawa, C.

Bulletin Natl Inst Agric Science Japan Ser C Plant Pathol 6: 111-122

1956


Accession: 024862694

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Abstract
The wild strain requires biotin and thioamine but usually not purine. Growth was stimulated slightly by 5 μ respectively per 10 ml of culture medium. These substances did not inhibit spore germination but retarded growth of the hyphae. The relation between nutritional requirements of microorganisms and the action of purine antagonists and the problem of the chemical structure of the compounds required as metabolic antagonists are discussed.