By P. A. Lemke (auth.), Professor Dr. H. P. Molitoris, Dr. M. Hollings, Dr. H. A. Wood (eds.)
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Therefore virus spread may be achieved in A. bisponLS either through infected mycelia which remain in trays after a crop and which would then anastomose with the healthy mycelium of the following crop (assuming that the strains are compatible) or by spores. If infected spores released by diseased carpophores (which, inCidentally, open earlier and shed spores quicker than the healthy ones) are introduced into the mushroom beds between spawning and casing (the most sensitive stage of the culture), they will initiate the disease which will develop radially from the inoculation point (Schisler et at, 1967; Dieleman-van Zaayen, 1970).
Fungal Viruses: XIIth International Congress of Microbiology, Mycology Section, Munich, 3–8 September, 1978 by P. A. Lemke (auth.), Professor Dr. H. P. Molitoris, Dr. M. Hollings, Dr. H. A. Wood (eds.)