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Soil-inhabiting fungi attacking the roots of maize
During the course of the present study various organisms were found to be associated with decayed seeds and infected roots, mesocotyls, plumules and crowns of maize, both in the greenhouse and in the field. The organisms found most often on the decayed seeds were Pythium debaryanum, Gibberella 'saubinetii, Penicillium oxalicum, Trichoderma lignorum and Fusarium spp. Those occurring on diseased roots were Pythium debaTyanum, P. gmminicola, Gibberella saubinetii, Helminthosporium sativum,doi:10.31274/rtd-180813-15204 fatcat:basypvsbznfbrhkbwswauxx7cy