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New Botany Data Have Been Reported by Y.Q. Li and Co-Authors
January 10th, 2012
"AG-A belongs to the binucleate Rhizoctonia (BNR) anastomosis group (AG) of the Ceratobasidium teleomorph, which parasitizes the roots of many plant species. Ninety nine isolate species of AG-A were obtained from Tibet, Sichuan, and Yunnan Province in China," researchers in Tokyo, Japan report.
"All isolates were divided into three types based on their cultural characteristics. Type I: abundant aerial mycelia, dense hyphae, loose sclerotia; Type II: abundant aerial mycelia, no sclerotia. Type III: sparse aerial mycelium and no sclerotia. All of the isolates infected the seedlings of Chinese mustard and Chinese cabbage, causing the formation of lesions on the stem and a...
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Source: Asia Business Newsweekly (2012-01-10)