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axenic culture

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Mycology - Growth and Development - Introduction
... Questions Info Box: Formation of caps in Agris biosporus Axenic Culture of Fungi Focus Introduction Isolation of Fungi Culture of Fungi Aseptic Technique Storage of Fungi Kochs Postulates Recipes ... Elongation of Hyphae Growth of Hyphae and Development of Fungi Formation of Complex Structures Axenic Culture of Fungi Copyright University of Sydney. Last updated June, 2004. Site construction and ...
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Mycology - Growth and Development - Hyphal Elongation
... Summary Questions Info Box: Formation of caps in Agris biosporus Axenic Culture of Fungi Focus Introduction Isolation of Fungi Culture of Fungi Aseptic Technique Storage of Fungi Kochs Postulates Recipes Soil ... with hyphae that have various forms and functions. Growth in periodic light. Colonies in axenic culture often appear as concentric rings around the inoculum. The surface hypha appear to have ...
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Citrus Diseases Exotic to Florida: Citrus Variegated Chlorosis (CVC)
... . Beretta, R. H. Brlansky, J. Spisso, and R. F. Lee. 1994. Citrus variegated chlorosis bacterium: axenic culture, pathogenicity, and serological relationships with other strains of Xylella fastidiosa. Phytopathology 84:591-597. Li ...
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New Disease Reports - First report of Phytophthora citricola on Mangifera indica in Spain
... soil inoculated with sterile wheat seeds colonised by P. citricola (isolate CH455; Spanish Type Culture Collection, CECT 20567) from mango roots (25 g/L substrate). Ten non-inoculated plants ... 1988). References Chen D, Zentmyer GA, 1970. Production of sporangia by Phytophthora cinnamomi in axenic culture. Mycologia 62, 397-402. Coffey M, Oudemans P, Ouimette D, 1988. Phytophthora citricola: another ...
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... Mycosphaerella. As such, I get numerous collections from many countries, which I culture and deposit in culture collections. Recently, while I was examining a microscopic preparation of one of the ... fruiting bodies or lesions: The organism must be obtained in axenic culture via a single spore (conidium, ascospore, basidiospore, etc.); The culture must be induced to form the original organism (state) ...
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Provasoli award for outstanding paper in Journal of Phycology
... his life-long research on the nutrition of algae and protozoa and their growth in culture. Provasoli received an appointment as Professor at the University of Camerino in 1942 but was ... effect of antibiotics on the loss of chloroplasts in Euglena, the growth of Ulva in axenic culture and the effects of bacteria on its morphology, and the development of seawater media, both ...
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CSIRO PUBLISHING - Australian Journal of Botany
... KB) - $25.00 New methods to improve symbiotic propagation of temperate terrestrial orchid seedlings from axenic culture to soil A. L. Batty, M. C. Brundrett, K. W. Dixon and K. Sivasithamparam pp ...
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Flower Terminology (Part 1)
... trees. In a laboratory, orchid seeds can be grown in nutrient agar, like a sterile (axenic) culture of bacteria or fungal spores. See Two Spectacular Orchid Blossoms See The Mycotrophic Coral-root ...
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Research Activities
... vitro culture especially with respect to role of plant growth regulators and charcoal 5- Understanding microbial infestation in vitro- Is it possible or indeed advisable to have an axenic system. Suitability of inoculation of culture system using mycorrhiza and other microorganism to improve plant quality in vitro ...
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