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Colonies of A. niger cultured on Czapek's agar are characterized by black conidia on a white-to-pale-yellow mycelium. The conidial heads may...

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In culture on potato-carrot agar, colonies pale to olive-grey, occasionally becoming darker, mycelium forming a loose, cobweb-like network. Hyphae...

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The apothecium has a stipe and a cup- or saucer-shaped disc. A hymenium layer, consisting of asci and paraphyses, develops on the upper surface of...

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The anamorph belongs to the genus Monilia. The most characteristic cultural feature of this genus is its lobed type of mycelial growth. In culture,...

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Cover for Apium graveolens (celery)

Celery (Apium graveolens L.) is a salad crop grown for its long fleshy leaf stalk. It is a cool-season crop. It thrives best, on deep, fertile moist...

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Cover for Botryotinia fuckeliana (grey mould-rot)

B. fuckeliana is a pleomorphic fungus with different anamorphs. The phenotypes of field isolates are very variable depending on the particular...

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Cover for Carica papaya (pawpaw)

Pawpaw (Carica papaya L.) is a popular fruit native to tropical America. It is usually grown for its small to large melon-like fruit. It is an...

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Cover for Citrus unshiu (satsuma)

Originating in Japan or China, the Satsuma mandarin spread both west and east. It is now grown as a fruit crop in cool subtropical regions of Japan,...

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Cover for Nephelium lappaceum (rambutan)

Thought to be indigenous to the Malay Peninsula, rambutans are now grown across South-East Asia, Central America, Sri Lanka, India, tropical Africa,...

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Cover for Pyrus communis (European pear)

Pears are tree fruit belonging to the genus Pyrus (Rosaceae), native to temperate Europe and to temperate and subtropical Asia. Pears are grown in...

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