The Fusaria are distributed throughout the world in many forms which differ in morphology and pathogenicity. They are separated into various species which delineate morphologically uniform groups. Two of the most common and important species are Fusarium oxysporum, which typically causes vascular wilts (Fig. 41-3), and Fusarium solani, which commonly causes root rots (Fig. 41-1).
KeywordsFusarium Oxysporum Fusarium Wilt Bacterial Wilt Stem Canker Fusaric Acid
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