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Abstract

SUMMARY: The effect of temperature and some chemical substances on the fruiting of strains of nine species of was studied. The optimum temperature for fruiting was generally lower than that for growth. Micro-nutrients of the nature of growth factors and starvation with respect to nutrients may both stimulate fruiting, whereas staling inhibits it, the ultimate balance between these effects determining the fruiting behaviour of a given species. These factors had no significant effect on the final amount of the vegetative growth within the conditions of the experiments.

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