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Serological Studies on Fusarium oxysporum Schl. emend Sn. et H.

Naturevolume 180page1483 (1957) | Download Citation



MORPHOLOGICAL recognition of species of fungi which cause plant diseases present few problems, and it is usually not necessary to use serology in diagnosis. However, within a morphological unit physiological differences exist, and it might be possible to apply sero-diagnostic methods in distinguishing physiological races.

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  1. Lisse, Laboratorium voor Bloembollenonderzoek, Laboratorium voor Phytopathologie, Wageningen

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