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Lupine diseases caused by pathogenic fungi constitute a serious problem in agriculture. They lead to partial yield loss and deterioration of crop quality through the changes in biochemical composition of seeds or their contamination with mycotoxins. Some of common lupine diseases are fusarioses caused by <i>Fusarium oxysporum</i> f. sp. <i>lupini</i>. Morphometric and metabolic changes were investigated in yellow lupine seedlings infected with <i>F. oxysporum</i> f. sp. <i>lupini</i>. It wasdoi:10.5586/aa.2005.037 fatcat:u5l7zjveyffvhe27todicxg5hm