Gibberella fujikuroi

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Related to Fusarium moniliforme: Fusarium solani, Fusarium verticillioides, Gibberella moniliformis

Gibberella fujikuroi

[‚jib·ə‚rel·ə ‚fü·jē′kü‚roi]
(mycology)
A fungal pathogen that causes bakanae disease, a seed-borne disease of rice that is characterized by the growth of excessively long internodes, through its production of plant growth hormones called gibberellins.
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