Fusarium glycines

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Fusarium glycines - a+b) culture on PDA, c+d) conidiophores on surface of carnation leaf, e+f) sporodochia on carnation leaves, g–i) conidiophores and phialides on aerial mycelium, j+k) sporodochia and sporodochial conidiophores, l) chlamydospore, m) microconidia, n) macroconidia - scale bars: g–i, l–n = 10 μm; j–k = 50 μm (click to enlarge)
Author(s): L. Lombard, M. Sandoval-Denis, S.C. Lamprecht, and P.W. Crous
Source: Persoonia (2019), 43, p. 22

Fusarium glycines L. Lombard, Crous & Lampr. 2019

This fungus is widely distributed and causes Fusarium wilt on soybean and several other plants, like flax and basil. Fusarium wilt of flax can result in significant yield losses with more than 50% during outbreaks. This disease is mainly managed through resistant cultivars.

F. glycines belongs to the Fusarium oxysporum species complex and publications dealing with Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lini are included in the literature references (top left).