2016
DOI: 10.1515/cerce-2016-0027
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. During 2000During -2016 entries from 29 plant species from different crop groups (cereals, legumes, industrial crops, perennial grasses, vegetables, cucurbits, aromatic and medicinal plants) from core collection of the Suceava Genebank were evaluated from phytosanitary status point of view, before the storing. The seeds testing to the micromycetes incidence in the laboratory by incubating of them on blotting paper substrate and agar medium was performed. Fungal saprophytes from genus as: Alternaria … Show more

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“…was significantly related to its high pathogenicity as reported by Akanmu et al (2013). However, this domination may depend on the genotype and seed storage period, thus the evaluation of the different genotype and seed storage period should be undertaken (Placinta et al 2016). The growth rate of these fungi is also varying.…”
Section: Results and Discusionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…was significantly related to its high pathogenicity as reported by Akanmu et al (2013). However, this domination may depend on the genotype and seed storage period, thus the evaluation of the different genotype and seed storage period should be undertaken (Placinta et al 2016). The growth rate of these fungi is also varying.…”
Section: Results and Discusionmentioning
confidence: 99%