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Uredo rangelii, a taxon in the guava rust complex, newly recorded on Myrtaceae in Australia
Uredo rangelii (myrtle rust) is reported for the first time in Australia — detected on 22 April 2010 — from Agonis flexuosa, Callistemon viminalis and Syncarpia glomulifera. This taxon isExpand
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A key to the genus Albugo.
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Diversity of Botryosphaeria species on horticultural plants in Victoria and New South Wales
To help understand the diversity of Botryosphaeria species found on horticultural crops in Victoria and New South Wales, 30 isolates were identified using rDNA ITS sequences and elongation factor 1 αExpand
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Fungal endophytes of native Gossypium species in Australia.
Fungal endophytes of 17 genera were found in stems of four native Gossypium species (G. australe, G. bickii, G. nelsonii, G. sturtianum) collected from inland areas in Queensland, the NorthernExpand
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Root infection of Vitis vinifera by Cylindrocarpon liriodendri in Australia
Cylindrocarpon liriodendri was isolated from the roots of diseased own-rooted grapevines (Vitis vinifera cv. Pinot Noir) from the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia. Sequencing of theExpand
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The Genus Podaxis (Gasteromycetes) in Australia with a Description of a New Species from Termite Mounds
In Australia, two species of Podaxis are recognised based on spore morphology. The species occurring on soil is recognised as P. pistillaris (L. : Pers.) Fr. and the name P. beringamensis sp. nov. isExpand
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The molecular phylogeny of the white blister rust genus Pustula reveals a case of underestimated biodiversity with several undescribed species on ornamentals and crop plants.
Despite their economic importance, the knowledge of the biodiversity of many plant pathogens is still fragmentary. In this study we show that this is true also for the white blister rust genusExpand
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Botryosphaeria stevensii infection of Pinot Noir grapevines by soil-root transmission
Botryosphaeria grapevine die-back is usually caused by infection of wounds in aerial parts of the grapevine. However, this study shows that Botryosphaeria stevensii infection can also be initiatedExpand
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A new species of Albugo on Pterostylis (Orchidaceae) from Australia: confirmation of the genus Albugo on a monocotyledonous host
Albugo macalpineana sp. nov., causing white blister disease of terrestrial orchids in the genus Pterostylis, is described from Victorian and South Australian specimens more than 50 years old.Expand
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Fungi of Australia: Septoria
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