Studies on certain aspects of seed-borne fungi. VI. Fungi associated with different cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) release_l6yrm5d7e5ejfla7e4h4yopw7m

by K. K. Pandey

Published in Acta Mycologica by Polish Botanical Society.

2014   Volume 14, Issue 1-2, p143-149

Abstract

Fungi associated with eight cultivars of wheat have been investigated. Twenty seven species were isolated from external and internal surface of all the wheat (<i>Triticum aestivum</i> L.) cultivars respectively. Out of five dominant and subdominant fungi anly <i>Aspergillus terreus</i> and <i>Alternaria tenuis</i> were able to colonize internally. The culture filtrates of test fungi reduced the germination of all wheat varieties up to different degrees.
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