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FcMgv1, FcStuA AND FcVeA BASED GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION IN Fusarium culmorum (W.G. Smith)
Trakya University Journal of Natural Sciences
Fusarium culmorum (W.G. Smith) leads to economic losses in wheat and barley fields in Turkey as well as in many countries worldwide as a result of head blight and crown rot diseases. In this study, in vitro growth capacity of 33 F. culmorum isolates originating from Turkey and the relationship between phenotypic and genetic characteristics obtained based on similarities of FcMgv1, FcStuA and FcVeA genes were investigated. Linear growth rate values were recorded at 4 th and 7 th days ofdoi:10.23902/trkjnat.334792 fatcat:7afm2b7gzbfj7o32vumt2ahi44