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Occurrence of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora and Phaeoacremonium aleophilum associated with Petri disease and esca in Australian grapevines
Over a 5-year period (1998–2002), 124 samples of diseased grapevines sent to the Department of Primary Industries, Knoxfield, in Victoria were diagnosed with the grapevine decline diseases, PetriExpand
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Developments in grapevine trunk diseases research in Australia.
In Australia, trunk diseases of grapevines are becoming increasingly important. Phaeoacremonium chlamydosporum causes black goo decline and is very common in newly planted vineyards in whichExpand
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Phaeoseptoria eucalypti and similar fungi on Eucalyptus, with description of Kirramyces gen. nov. (Coelomycetes)
Phaeoseptoria eucalypti , with prominent, brown, rough-walled, percurrently proliferating conidiogenous cells, is shown to be distinct from the type species of Phaeoseptoria, P. papayae , which hasExpand
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Identification of two powdery mildew fungi, Oidium neolycopersici sp. nov. and O. lycopersici, infecting tomato in different parts of the world
A world-wide study of the Oidium species causing economic damage on tomato has identified two taxa using classical morphological, scanning electron microscope (SEM) and molecular phylogeneticExpand
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Reassessment of Peltosoma, Stigmina and Batcheloromyces and description of Hyphothyrium gen. nov.
The relationships of the genera Peltosoma, Stigmina and Batcheloromyces are discussed. Peltosoma is maintained as a distinct monotypic genus in the Pycnothyriales. A restricted concept of Stigmina isExpand
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The ‘asparagus’ Phytophthora infecting members of the Agavaceae at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne
An undescribed species of Phytophthora, previously known only from asparagus, is reported causing a basal leaf rot leading to plant death in members of the Agavaceae at the Royal Botanic Gardens,Expand
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Genetic characterization of the Golovinomyces cichoracearum complex in Australia
To characterize the evolutionary lineages of the Golovinomyces cichoracearum complex on introduced plants in Australia, the rDNA ITS regions from 47 herbarium specimens were compared by RFLPs andExpand
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Two additional species of Verrucisporota, one with a Mycosphaerella teleomorph, from Australia.
Verrucisporota kimberleyana sp. nov. is described as the causal agent of pepper spots on leaves of Capparis sepiara (Capparaceae). Cercospora daviesiae, which causes angular leaf spots on DaviesiaExpand
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