tailieunhanh - Cultural, morphological and molecular variability of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri isolates by rapd method

Cultural, morphological and molecular characteristics of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri, eight isolates indicated a great variability amongst them. However, the isolate FOC-2 (Jalna) exhibited maximum mycelial growth of mm. The isolates viz., Jalna (FOC-2) and Beed (FOC-3) produced partially submerged (FOC-2) to submerged (FOC-3) white sparse dense growth with smooth margin and bright white substrate pigmentation. Maximum micro-conidial, macro-conidial and chlamydospore size ( µm, x µm and x µm) was recorded in isolate Jalna (FOC-2). The micro-conidia were more or less oval to cylindrical with no septation. The macro-conidia were typically sickle shaped curved, fusoid varied in the size and number of septation (3-5). The chlamydospores were round to oval in shape. Genetic diversity was analyzed based on data obtained by 10 RAPD primers. | Cultural morphological and molecular variability of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri isolates by rapd method

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