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Polyphasic characterization of Plectosphaerella oligotrophica, a new oligotrophic species from China
Abstract Oligotrophic fungi can grow on carbon-free media. Most of the currently known oligotrophic fungi were reported from soil. Plectosphaerella oligotrophica sp. nov. was recently isolated fromExpand
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Conlarium duplumascospora gen. et. sp. nov. and Jobellisia guangdongensis sp. nov. from freshwater habitats in China
Conlarium duplumascospora gen. et. sp. nov. and Jobellisia guangdongensis sp. nov. are described and illustrated from submerged wood collected from Guangdong Province, China. ConlariumExpand
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Biodiversity of aquatic fungi in China
Aquatic fungi include those that occur in freshwater, marine, and brackish water habitats. In China, aquatic fungi have been investigated since 1920s. In this paper, we summarized the known data andExpand
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Phylogenetic assessment and taxonomic revision of Mariannaea
Four new species of Mariannaea were described in this paper, namely M. chlamydospora, M. cinerea, M. fusiformis, and M. lignicola. Mariannaea chlamydospora is characterized by its cream-colored,Expand
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A new thermophilic species of Myceliophthora from China
Myceliophthora guttulata sp. nov. is described and illustrated based on strains isolated from soil in China. This species is thermophilic with optimal growth temperature of 40–45 °C, and minimumExpand
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Lentithecium cangshanense sp. nov. (Lentitheciaceae) from freshwater habitats in Yunnan Province, China
Lentithecium cangshanense sp. nov. (Lentitheciaceae, Dothideomycetes), was found on submerged decaying wood in a freshwater stream in Yunnan Province, China. The species is characterized by itsExpand
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Junewangia aquatica (Junewangiaceae), a new species from freshwater habitats in China
Junewangia aquatica sp. nov., a new Acrodictys-like fungus was collected on submerged wood from freshwater habitats in Yunnan Province, China. J. aquatica is characterized by its flared conidiophoresExpand
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Dictyosporella hydei sp. nov., an asexual species from freshwater habitats in China
A new species Dictyosporella hydei was collected on submerged wood in Yunnan Province, China. The new species is characterized by globose to broadly cylindrical, muriform and brass coloured conidiaExpand
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Molecular techniques reveal more secrets of fermented foods
Abstract Fermented foods were likely to have been the first among all types of processed foods consumed by human beings. The role that fermented food plays is not only related to the development ofExpand
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