Czech Mycology 56(1-2): 113–120             Article published: 12th August, 2004 doi: 10.33585/cmy.56108

HOSHINO T., PROŃCZUK M., KIRIAKI M., YUMOTO I.

Effect of temperature on the production of sclerotia by the psychrotrophic fungus Typhula incarnata in Poland.

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Abstract

Isolates of the snow mold fungus Typhula incarnata from Radzików, Blonie, near Warsaw in Poland formed many small-sized sclerotia (< 1 mm) at 0°C. This phenomenon was not observed in other isolates from different locations that have regions with annual snow cover. The formation of small-sized sclerotia by Polish isolates decreased with rising temperature, but the formation of large-sized sclerotia increased.


Keywords:     sclerotium size, snow mold fungi, Typhula incarnata

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Hoshino T., Prończuk M., Kiriaki M., Yumoto I. (2004): Effect of temperature on the production of sclerotia by the psychrotrophic fungus Typhula incarnata in Poland. – Czech Mycology 56(1-2): 113–120. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.56108

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