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It was found that the isolate EFLL and EFLR were Aspergillus nidulans and the isolate EFML was Fusarium oxysporum and in isolates EBJS, EBJB, EBMB and EBMR there was no sporulation so they were categorized as mycelia sterlia according to the morphology seen as per manual of soil fungi (Gilman, 1944).
Endophytic fungal isolates obtained from recalcitrant plant samples Fungal Source Colony color Colony color Isolate on surface at bottom EFLL Litchi leaves Light green Green EFLR Jackfruit bark Light green Green EFJB Jackfruit bark Brown Dark brown EFJS Jackfruit stem Light brown Dark brown EFML Mango leaves White Black at the centre and white on the periphery EFMR Mango roots Cottony white White EFMB Mango bark White White Fungal Tentative Isolate Identification EFLL Aspergillus nidulans EFLR Aspergillus nidulans EFJB Mycelia sterlia EFJS Mycelia sterlia EFML Fusarium oxysporum EFMR Mycelia sterlia EFMB Mycelia sterlia Table 2.