Systematic Types of Fungi of Allocated and Determined Types from Decorative Flowers in Conditions Region Tashkent

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Abstract

For the first time, 658 herbarium specimens planted from the 15 decorative flower plants in the conditions of the Tashkent Region were collected. From them, disease separation including of 65 types of fungi 9 form and 1 variation were determined. They were: 4 classes, 7 sections, 11 families and 30 categories.

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Misirova, S. (2015) Systematic Types of Fungi of Allocated and Determined Types from Decorative Flowers in Conditions Region Tashkent. Agricultural Sciences, 6, 1387-1392. doi: 10.4236/as.2015.611134.

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