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The Fusarium laboratory manual.
Foreword Preface 1. Introduction Techniques and Methods 2. Media - Recipes and Preparation 2.1 Media for Growing and Identifying Fusarium 2.2 Supplementary Identification Media 2.3 Media forExpand
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A Utilitarian Approach to Fusarium Identification.
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Eucalyptus microfungi known from culture. 2. Alysidiella, Fusculina and Phlogicylindrium genera nova, with notes on some other poorly known taxa
Although numerous microfungi have been described from Eucalyptus in recent years, this plant genus remains a rich substrate colonized by numerous undescribed species. In the present study severalExpand
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Foliicolous Mycosphaerella spp. and their anamorphs on Corymbia and Eucalyptus
The genus Eucalyptus is host to numerous species of Mycosphaerella, several of which are only known as anamorphs, and for which no Mycosphaerella state is known. In this study new MycosphaerellaExpand
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One fungus, one name: defining the genus Fusarium in a scientifically robust way that preserves longstanding use.
In this letter, we advocate recognizing the genus Fusarium as the sole name for a group that includes virtually all Fusarium species of importance in plant pathology, mycotoxicology, medicine, andExpand
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Biogeography and phylogeography of Fusarium: a review
Fusarium is a large, complex genus that causes a wide variety of plant diseases, produces a number of mycotoxins and is becoming increasingly recognized as a significant human pathogen. These fungiExpand
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Interfertility of Two Mating Populations in the Gibberella Fujikuroi Species Complex
Gibberella fujikuroi and Gibberella intermedia(mating populations ‘C’ and ‘D’ of the G. fujikuroi species complex) can be distinguished by differences in the spectrum of mycotoxins produced, the lackExpand
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Mycogeography of Fusarium: survey of Fusarium species in subtropical and semi-arid grassland soils from Queensland, Australia
Fusarium species were isolated from grassland soil samples from four areas located along the Tropic of Capricorn between Rockhampton on the east coast and Boulia on the margin of the Simpson DesertExpand
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One stop shop: backbones trees for important phytopathogenic genera: I (2014)
Many fungi are pathogenic on plants and cause significant damage in agriculture and forestry. They are also part of the natural ecosystem and may play a role in regulating plant numbers/density.Expand
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