THE OCCURENCE OF CAUSAL FUNGUS OF BANANA LEAF SPECKLE, ON PSEUDOSTEM OF MUSA X PARADISIACA IN INDONESIA
Keywords:banana leaf speckle, Javanese Ramichloridium, saprophytic parasite
AbstractThe banana leaf parasite hyphomycete Ramichloridium musae is recorded for the first time on dried banana pseudostem from Java.
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