|Photographs enlarged from portions of a motion photomicrograph, showing the method of cell wall penetration by Pythium hyphae.|
A. — Shows hypha growing toward the potato cell wall.
R. Hesse (1874)
Eupythium debaryanum (R. Hesse) Nieuwl., (1916)
Pythium debaryanum is a species of water mould in the family Pythiaceae. It is known as a plant pathogen on many kinds of wild and cultivated plants, including peanut, beet, eucalyptus, tobacco, and pine trees. The plants develop damping off, a disease state.
- Pythium debaryanum. Plantwise.
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