Identification of Penicillium Species Isolated from an Agricultural Loess Soil in Germany
Of more than 5000 fungal isolates which were recovered from an agricultural loess soil in Germany, 20% were Penicillium and were identified as 15 species. One species close to P.janthinellum of unclear identity is described and discussed in detail.
KeywordsFusarium Species Chlortetracy Cline Winter Barley Loess Soil Inoculation Point
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