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The fungus Botrytis cinerea has been widely accepted as the species responsible for causing gray mold decay of apple, although a second species causing apple decay, B. mali, was reported in 1931. Botrytis mali was validly published in 1931, nevertheless it has always been considered a doubtful species. To study the relationship of Botrytis isolates causing… (More)
Profound changes to the taxonomy and classification of polypores have occurred since the advent of molecular phylogenetics in the 1990s. The last major monograph of North American polypores was published by Gilbertson and Ryvarden in 1986–1987. In the intervening 30 years, new species, new combinations, and new records of polypores were reported from North… (More)
Gloeophyllum trabeum (Fr.) Murr. produced eight precipitin lines in homologous serological reactions in double-diffusion experiments. Five of these lines were similar to the precipitin lines developed with G. saepiarium (Fr.) Karst. antigens, indicating a close serological relationship between the two organisms.