Details of microorganism genetic resources

Details of MAFF 103043
MAFF No.103043
Scientific nameFusarium nirenbergiae L. Lombard et Crous
Reidentified byT. Aoki (Updated: Jun 2020)
SynonymFusarium oxysporum Schlechtendal sensu lato
Deposited asFusarium oxysporum Schlechtendal f. sp. lycopersici W.C. Snyder et H.N. Hansen
SourceLycopersicon esculentum Mill.
DepositorK. Kuniyasu
HistoryAgricultural Experiment Station, Tochigi Prefecture
MediumPotato Sucrose Agar (Potato 200.0g for decoction, Sucrose 20.0g, Agar 17.0-20.0g, Distilled water 1000ml) pH 7.0
HazardPathogenic (plant)
PropertyPathogenicity (Tomato Fusarium wilt)
SequenceEF1-α H3
PhotoPlate, face Plate, reverse
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