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- Takemoto, S.; Nakamura, H.; Tabata, M.; Woodward, S.
- Forest pathology 2014 v.44 no.1 pp. 75-81
- Magnolia obovata, etc ; Actinidia polygama; Broussonetia; Camellia sinensis; Castanea crenata; Hydrangea macrophylla; Petasites japonicus; Pteridium aquilinum; Quercus serrata; Rosa multiflora; Rosellinia necatrix; bark; cortex; crops; flora; health status; herbaceous plants; host plants; inoculum; mortality; mycelium; plant pathogenic fungi; root rot; root systems; temperate forests; temperate zones; wild plants; woody plants; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... Rosellinia necatrix is a soilborne plant pathogenic fungus belonging to the phylum Ascomycota. The fungus is distributed widely in temperate zones and often causes huge economic losses on numerous crop plants. To determine the potential for wild plants to serve as inoculum reservoirs of white root rot disease, eight woody and two herbaceous plant species belonging to nine families were inoculated ...