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Joffe, A.Z., Depart. of Botany, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Depart. of Plant Protection, Extension Service, Ministry of Agriculture, Tel Aviv, Israel
Palti, J., Depart. of Botany, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Depart. of Plant Protection, Extension Service, Ministry of Agriculture, Tel Aviv, Israel
642 isolates of Fusarium belonging to 49 species and 14 sections were tested for the toxicity of their culture extracts when applied to rabbit skin and for their pathogenicity to the seedlings of 10 field crops. It was found that as the grade of animal toxicity of the isolates increased their phytotoxicity under the condition of these tests likewise increased both with regard to the number of plants killed and the number of hosts affected by the isolate. The hosts succumbing to the largest number of isolates were tomato, eggplant and onion. © 1974 Dr. W. Junk B.V.
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Relations between harmful effects on plants and on animals of toxins produced by species of Fusarium
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Joffe, A.Z., Depart. of Botany, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Depart. of Plant Protection, Extension Service, Ministry of Agriculture, Tel Aviv, Israel
Palti, J., Depart. of Botany, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Depart. of Plant Protection, Extension Service, Ministry of Agriculture, Tel Aviv, Israel
Relations between harmful effects on plants and on animals of toxins produced by species of Fusarium
642 isolates of Fusarium belonging to 49 species and 14 sections were tested for the toxicity of their culture extracts when applied to rabbit skin and for their pathogenicity to the seedlings of 10 field crops. It was found that as the grade of animal toxicity of the isolates increased their phytotoxicity under the condition of these tests likewise increased both with regard to the number of plants killed and the number of hosts affected by the isolate. The hosts succumbing to the largest number of isolates were tomato, eggplant and onion. © 1974 Dr. W. Junk B.V.
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