Mycologia | VOL. 84
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Endophyte-Host Associations in Grasses. XVII. Ecological and Physiological Features CharacterizingEpichloë Typhinaand Some Anamorphic Varieties in England

Publication Date May 1, 1992

Abstract

Field research was conducted in central England on grasses infected by Epichloe typhina. Both asymptomatic and stromata-producing infections were encountered and examined. Isolations of endophytes were made and comparative laboratory studies conducted on sugar utilization capacities, starch and protein hydrolysis capacities, and cultural morphologies. The presence of distinct varieties of Acremonium typhinum is proposed to account for variation in ecology, physiology, and morphology of isolates.

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Epichloe Typhina Central England Variation In Ecology Variation In Physiology Starch Hydrolysis Variation In Morphology Ecological Features Asymptomatic Infections Comparative Studies Acremonium Typhinum

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