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By T.W. Mew, P. Gonzales

This instruction manual specializes in the $64000 seedborne fungi that reason ailments of the foliage, stem, leafsheath, root, grain, and inflorescence in rice. It offers details on greater than 50 species which have been detected in rice seed in the course of regimen trying out and analysis.
Seed healthiness trying out is additionally a way of qc that guarantees the alternate of top quality seed between scientists or study facilities. hence, the Seed healthiness Unit at IFW features because the gatekeeper of secure germplasm move from and inside IRRI, the Philippines, and outdoors.

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They are orange without aerial mycelia. Colonies appear wet and slightly zonated with radial furrows and even margins. The colony on the reverse side of the agar plate is slightly zonated with radial wrinkles and orange, becoming light outward. 87cm diam in 5 d. They are azonated with even margins and light orange with scarce white aerial mycelia. White mycelial tufts are produced as colonies age. The colony on the reverse side of the agar plate appears azonated and light orange. 48-cm diam in 5 d.

Sacc. & Syd. syn. Neovossia barclayana Bref. Tilletia horrida Tak. ) Padw. & Kahn Disease caused: kernel smut (bunt) a. Symptoms Infected grains show very small black pustules or streaks bursting through the glumes. When infection is severe, rupturing glumes produce a short beak-like outgrowth or the entire grain is replaced by powdery black mass of smut spores. b. Occurrence/distribution The disease is known to occur in many countries worldwide (Fig. 60). c. Disease history In 1986, the causal fungus of this disease was originally called Tilletia horrida.

41). Microscopic character a. Mycelia—septated, branched, subhyaline to light brown, in some cases dark brown (Fig. 40d). b. Conidiophores—dark brown, unbranched, septate, sometimes bent and knotted at the tip (Fig. 40e). c. Conidia—dark brown, boat-shaped, rounded at the tip, mostly a little constricted at the base; with hilum scarcely or not at all protuberant, smoothwalled, light to dark brown, with three septa; the 2nd cell is larger than the 1st, 3rd, and 4th cells; bent on the 2nd cell; borne at the tip, arranged in a whorl one over another or more or less spirally arranged or in thick panicles (Fig.

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