Authors: C.J. D'Arcy, D.M. Eastburn, and G. L. Schumann
D'Arcy, C. J. , D. M. Eastburn, and G. L. Schumann. 2001. Illustrated Glossary of Plant Pathology. The Plant Health Instructor. DOI: 10.1094/PHI-I-2001-0219-01
(with acknowledgement of contributions from M.C. Shurtleff, P.A. Arneson, F.H. Tainter, and T.A. Evans)
The pronunciation files are courtesy of the Cornell Online Glossary of Technical Terms in Plant Pathology by P.A. Arneson, and the voice is that of Richard P. Korf, used with permission.
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SEM=scanning electron micrograph