RAPD ANALYSIS OF Sclerotium rolfsii ISOLATES CAUSING COLLAR ROT OF EGGPLANT AND TOMATO

N. Parvin, M. Bilkiss, J. Nahar, M.K. Siddiqua, M.B. Meah, N. Parvin, M. Bilkiss, J. Nahar, M.K. Siddiqua & M.B. Meah
Eight isolates of Sclerotium rolfsii from four strategically geographical sites of Bangladesh were characterized and their cultural properties like average linear mycelial growth, colony colour, colony consistency, growth pattern and sclerotia formation were studied. Isolates varied in mycelial growth and other growth characteristics and were grouped into three. The highest linear growth was displayed by S8. DNA concentration of eight isolates varied from 1150-7200 ng/µl. DNA fingerprinting by RAPD prompted the grouping of isolates. Selected...
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