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Abstract

Summary: Zoospores of suspended in water aggregated within 2 min at 16°C. Individual spores in aggregates were separate and actively swimming. The optimum temperature for aggregation was 16°C. Aggregate formation depended on zoospore concentration and depth of suspension.

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