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2655. Hoes, J.A.. 1963. Dynamics of the mycoflora of subterranean parts of winter wheat in the dryland area of Washington.. Ph.D.Thesis, Plant Pathology, Washington State Univ., Pullman.
A study of a blight of Turkey type wheats led to detailed descriptions of fungal flora in the wheat rhizosphere from the Lind, WA area. Fungal populations are a function of: plant part; site along the root; soil depth; season; year; and presence or absence of disease. An excellent review of literature is included. T: many.

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