Czech Mycology 63(1): 77–82             Article published: 10th August, 2011 doi: 10.33585/cmy.63107

HORTOVÁ B., NOVOTNÝ D.

Endophytic fungi in branches of sour cherry trees: a preliminary study.

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Abstract

Sour cherry trees (Prunus cerasus L.) harbour various fungal groups, including endophytes. Branches of two different cultivars of sour cherry trees (Újfehértoi Fürtös, Érdi Bötermö) were sampled in May and July 2010 at two study sites in the Czech Republic. Alternaria alternata and coelomycete sp. 1 were the dominant species in branches collected at one site. Aureobasidium pullulans was the most frequent fungal species in branches from the other site. Both species were dominant in May and July.


Keywords:     Prunus cerasus, Czech Republic, mycobiota, endophytic fungi

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Hortová B., Novotný D. (2011): Endophytic fungi in branches of sour cherry trees: a preliminary study. – Czech Mycology 63(1): 77–82. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.63107

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