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Straminipilous fungi : systematics of the peronosporomycetes, including accounts of the marine straminipilous protests, the plasmodiophorids and similar organisms
Introduction. Part I: Criteria for Diagnoses of Flagellate Fungi. The Zoospore. Zoosporogenesis and Zoospore Cyst Germination. Sexual Reproduction. Nuclear Cytology: Mitosis and Meiosis. TheExpand
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An improved method and medium for quantitative estimates of populations of Pythium species from soil
A new medium, VP 3 medium (containing vancomycin, PCNB, penicillin and pimaricin), modified from Mircetich's MPVM medium, has been devised and tested. The VP 3 medium is much cheaper because of theExpand
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18S rDNA for species of Leptolegnia and other Peronosporomycetes : Justification for the subclass taxa Saprolegniomycetidae and Peronosporomycetidae and division of the Saprolegniaceae sensu lato
The 18S rDNA data.base for mainstream Peronosporomycetes has been substantially increased. The sub-class divide between the Peronosporomycetidae and the Saprolegniomycetidae is supported. The deepExpand
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The identity of the oomycete causing ‘Kikuyu Yellows’, with a reclassification of the downy mildews
Cultures of the causal fungus of Kikuyu Yellows disease of Pennisetum clandestinum isolated from Australia have been examined. The fungus is described. The oospore has three noteworthy features: itExpand
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Straminipilous Fungi
s: 80-81. DASGUPTA, S. N. & JOHN, R. (1988). A contribution to our knowledge of the zoosporic fungi. Bulletin of the Botanical Survey of India 30: 1-82. DASTUR, J. F. (1935). Diseases of pan (PiperExpand
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A new genus of the Verrucalvaceae (Oomycetes)
DICK. M. W., CROFT, B. J., MAGARF.Y, R. C, de COCK, A. W. A. M. & CLARK, G., 1989. A new genus of the Verrucalvaceae (Oomycetes). A fungus, isolated from sugar cane in Queensland, Australia andExpand
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Sexual reproduction in the Peronosporomycetes (chromistan fungi)
An overview of sexual reproduction in the Peronosporomycetes leads to the recognition of constant features and variable traits. Variation in characters is accorded different weighting depending onExpand
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MORPHOLOGY AND TAXONOMY OF THE OOMYCETES, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SAPROLEGNIACEAE, LEPTOMITACEAE, AND PYTHIACEAE
Summary The morphology of sexual reproduction is reviewed and the importance of developmental stages is considered. Particular attention is drawn to the taxonomie significance of the size, wallExpand
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Fungi, flagella and phylogeny
Osmotrophic eukaryotes with a cell wall during the assimilative phase are ‘fungi’: the term ‘fungus’ is an essentially physiological concept, thus flagellate fungi conforming to this definition areExpand
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