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Distribution and diversity of Phytophthora across Australia
The introduction and subsequent impact of Phytophthora cinnamomi within native vegetation is one of the major conservation issues for biodiversity in Australia. Recently, many new Phytophthora… Expand
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 fungi… Expand
Fusarium species associated with vanilla stem rot in Indonesia
Indonesia is one of the world’s leading producers of vanilla, an important cash crop for smallholders. Stem rot disease is a major constraint to vanilla production in Indonesia and has caused… Expand
Identification of endophytic fungi from Livistona chinensis based on morphology and rDNA sequences
summary A survey of the endophytic fungi in fronds of Livistona chinensis was carried out in Hong Kong. The endophyte assemblages identified using morphological characters consisted of 16 named… Expand
High levels of diversity in Fusarium oxysporum from non-cultivated ecosystems in Australia.
The Fusarium oxysporum species complex (FOSC) is a ubiquitous ascomycetous group that includes both pathogenic and non-pathogenic strains, the former being responsible for disease in over 100… Expand
Fusarium burgessii sp. nov. representing a novel lineage in the genus Fusarium
A new species of Fusarium associated with Australian soils in non-cultivated ecosystems is described as Fusarium burgessii on the basis of morphological and phylogenetic data. Isolates recovered from… Expand
Gibberella Gaditjirrii (Fusarium Gaditjirrii) Sp. Nov., A New Species Rom Tropical Grasses In Australia
A new species, Gibberella gaditjirrii, which was isolated from Heteropogon triticeus and other grasses from the tropical region of northern Australia, is described. It was differentiated from… Expand
Genetic structure of Fusarium pseudograminearum populations from the Australian grain belt.
- Alison R Bentley, J. Leslie, E. Liew, L. Burgess, B. Summerell
- Biology, Medicine
- 10 January 2008
Crown rot, caused by the fungus Fusarium pseudograminearum (teleomorph Gibberella coronicola) is a major disease of wheat in the Australian grain belt. However, there is little information available… Expand
An emended description of Fusarium brevicatenulatum and F. pseudoanthophilum based on isolates recovered from millet in Kenya
- R. Amata, L. Burgess, B. Summerell, S. Bullock, E. Liew, J. Smith-White
- Fungal Diversity
- 4 February 2010
Cultures morphologically similar to F. brevicatenulatum and F. pseudoanthophilum were recovered from millet collected in Kenya. Morphological characterisation showed that the production of pyriform… Expand
Characterisation of Phytophthora capsici isolates from black pepper in Vietnam.
Phytophthora foot rot of black pepper caused by Phytophthora capsici is a major disease of black pepper (Piper nigrum) throughout Vietnam. To understand the population structure of P. capsici, a… Expand