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Potential for nematode control by mycofloras endemic in the tropics.
Results of mycological surveys of root-knot and cyst nematodes from tropical regions indicate that most fungal species associated with females or cysts of species of Globodera, Heterodera, andExpand
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Perspective: Phytonematode Pathology: Fungal Modes of Action. A Perspective
The likely involvement of opportunistic soil fungi in cyst and root-knot nematode population dynamics is discussed. Such fungi are thought to play an important role in inducing suppressiveness inExpand
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Notes on hyphomycetes. LXXXVIII. New genera in which to classify Alysidium resinae and Pycnostysanus azaleae, with a consideration of Sorocybe
The novel generic name Phaeoblastophora is established for the anamorph presently best known as Alysidium resinae in light of significant differences between it and species classified inExpand
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Endophytic fungi and ergot alkaloids in native Turkish grasses
Mature inflorescences of 76 samples of ten genera of native grasses were collected in the Ankara province of Turkey. Microscopic examination of individual seeds revealed the presence of endophyticExpand
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Notes on hyphomycetes. XCI. Pseudoacrodictys, a novel genus for seven taxa formerly placed in acrodictys
A new generic name is established in which to classify seven species previously accommodated in the broadly conceptualized genus Acrodictys, namely A. appendiculata, A. brevicornuta, A. corniculata,Expand
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Studies on fungi in coastal soils: IV. Cellulose decomposing species in sand dunes
The isolation of cellulose decomposing species from two habitats in each of three different sand-dune systems has shown the widespread occurrence of the species isolated. In addition to the commonExpand
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Human Phaeohyphomycotic Osteomyelitis Caused by the Coelomycete Phomopsis Saccardo 1905: Criteria for Identification, Case History, and Therapy
ABSTRACT The Sphaeropsidales, coelomycetous fungi producing asexual conidia within enclosed conidiomata (pycnidia), are saprobic on numerous vascular plants. Despite their ubiquitous nature, only aExpand
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Endophyte-host associations in forage grasses. XII. A fungal endophyte of Trichachne insularis belonging to Pseudocercosporella
A fungal endophyte frequently encountered in the grass Trichachne insularis (L.) Nees and isolated in pure culture has been determined to belong to the genus Pseudocercosporella and to represent aExpand
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