Alternaria (class Hyphomycetes) A form-genus of fungi which form yellowish-brown conidia which are divided by transverse and longitudinal septa. There are many species, including a number of important plant pathogens (e.g. A. solani causes early blight of potatoes; A radicina causes black rot of carrot seedlings and stored carrots).
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