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The Mycoflora of Wheat Field Debris, Part I

M. C. Papendorf, W. J. Jooste
Bothalia | Vol 11, No 3 | a1448 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v11i3.1448 | © 1974 M. C. Papendorf, W. J. Jooste | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 12 November 1974 | Published: 04 December 1974

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M. C. Papendorf, Institute for Botanical Research. Potchefstroom Universityfor C.H.E, South Africa
W. J. Jooste, Institute for Botanical Research. Potchefstroom University for C.H.E, South Africa

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Abstract

Descriptions are given of five fungus species isolated from stubble of a wheat field in the Heibron district:  Acremonium strictum Gams,  Acremonium persicinun (Nicot) Gams,  Acremonium curvulumGams,  Tricellula curvata Haskins and  Ulocladium consortiale (Thum.) Simmons.


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