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Rhizoctonia cerealis Van der Hoeven, agent du rhizoctone des cereales en France. Caracteristiques et variabilite

Abstract : In France, it seems that sharp eyespot of cereals has been more frequently reported in recent years. Isolates obtained from lesions on leaf sheaths or culms of cereals belonged to the genus Rhizoctonia, but were different from R. solani. Only isolates from cereals were virulent on wheat and barley ; they grew more slowly and produced less sclerotia than R. solani isolates ; vegetative hyphae were narrower in diameter and cells were binuclcate. Based on these characteristics, these isolates were assigned to R. cerealis. Variation has been shown in virulence, growth rate and sclerotial development within this species
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Philippe Lucas, N. Cavelier. Rhizoctonia cerealis Van der Hoeven, agent du rhizoctone des cereales en France. Caracteristiques et variabilite. Agronomie, EDP Sciences, 1983, 3 (9), pp.831-838. ⟨hal-02727732⟩

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