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Basic Plant Pathology Methods

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Sterilization of Apparatus and Culture Media
Heat Sterilization
Gas Sterilization
Culture of Pathogens
Factors Affecting the Cultivation and Sporulation of Pathogenic Fungi
Some Special Methods of Inducing Sporulation in Fungi
Cultivation of Pathogens for Soil Infestation
Other Sources of Inoculum
Cultivation and Sporulation of Some Pathogens
Long-Term Storage of Plant Pathogens
Periodic Transfer
Mineral Oil
Storage in Water
Storage in Silica Gel
Storage in Soil
Preservation in Liquid Nitrogen
Lyophilization and Vacuum Drying
Detection and Estimation of Inoculum
Soilborne Pathogens
Detection and Estimation of Inoculum in the Air
Detection of Pathogens Associated with Seeds
Establishment of Disease and Testing for Resistance
Factors Influencing Disease Establishment
Root Inoculation
Stem Inoculation
Leaf Inoculation
Inoculation of Cereal Inflorescences
Seed Inoculation
Inoculation with Bacteria
Inoculation of Detached Plant Parts
Field Inoculation Methods
Some Special Hints
Soil Microorganisms
Isolation and Enumeration of Soil Organisms
Observation of Soil Microorganisms in Situ
Physiological Processes as an Estimate of Biological Activity in Soil
Spore Germination in Soil and Soil Fungistasis
Survival of Plant Pathogens in Soil
Mycelial Growth in Soil
Collection of Root and Seed Exudates
Artificial Rhizosphere or Spermosphere
Fungicide Evaluation
Spore Germination Test
Tests Based on Growth on Organisms In Vitro
Transfer-Bioassay Techniques
Laboratory Testing for Soil Fungicides
Greenhouse Testing of Foliar Fungicides
Greenhouse Testing of Fungicides for Control of Soilborne Pathogens
Planning Field Experiments
Seed Treatment with Chemicals
Biological Control
Collection and Testing of Soil Samples for Antagonists
Isolation of Antibiotic-Producing Organisms
Isolation and Testing of Lytic Organisms
Isolation and Testing of Mycoparasitic Organisms
Spore Perforating Amoebae
Isolation of Antagonists from Leaves
Testing Antagonists for Biological Control
Bright-Field Microscopy Techniques
Mounting and Staining of Fungi for Microscopic Examination
Staining of Fungal Nucelli
Mounting Spores for Viewing from Different Positions
Immobilization of Fungus Spores in Water Mounts for Microscopic Examination
Staining of Bacteria
Cements for Sealing Mounts
Slide Culture Techniques and Preparation of Permanent Mounts
Preparing Agar-Colony Mounts and Dry Reference Cultures
Examination of Host-Parasite Relationship Using Bright-Field Microscopy
Culture Media and Their Formulas
Plant Nutrient Solutions
Solutions to Maintain Constant Humidity in a Closed Atmosphere
Drying Agents
pH Indicator Dyes
Approximate Figures for Concentrated Acids and Bases
Preservation of Museum Specimens
Collection, Preparation, and Mailing of Cultures and Specimens
Glassware Cleaning Solutions

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