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SUMMARY: Successful infection of hop tissue culture with was achieved. Infection was obtained from hyphae emerging from surfacesterilized systemically infected stems and petioles. Externally, infection was characterized by sterile aerial hyphae and sporangiophores, and internally by intercellular mycelium and intracellular haustoria. Although a considerable growth of mycelium into the agar medium was observed, it appeared to be dependent on the presence of host tissue. Attempts to establish axenic cultures of were unsuccessful.

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