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Species of Colletotrichum cause diseases on a wide range of hosts, frequently infecting plants in the Agavaceae (monocotyledons: Liliales). Three species of Colletotrichum restricted to the Agavaceae were detected through morphological studies of specimens and molecular sequence analyses of the LSU of the nu-rDNA and the ITS region of the nu-rDNA from(More)
Two new genera, Neophaeosphaeria and Phaeosphaeriopsis, are described to accommodate species of Paraphaeosphaeria that are not congeneric based on morphological characters and results of 18S rDNA sequence analyses. Paraphaeosphaeria s. str. is restricted to species with two-septate ascospores and anamorphs that produce non-septate, smooth, pale brown(More)
Phytophthora ramorum, the causal agent of sudden oak death and ramorum blight, is known to exist as three distinct clonal lineages which can only be distinguished by performing molecular marker-based analyses. However, in the recent literature there exists no consensus on naming of these lineages. Here we propose a system for naming clonal lineages of P.(More)
The objectives of this study were to determine the phylogenetic relationships of species of Leptosphaeria and Phaeosphaeria and evaluate the phylogenetic significance of morphological characters of the teleomorph, anamorph, and host. Sequences of the entire ITS region, including the 5.8S rDNA, of 59 isolates representing 54 species were analyzed and the(More)
This article describes a leadership development course designed to prepare leadership to promote cultural changes in a large health care system undergoing an initiative of patient care redesign. Entitled "Creating A Learning Environment," the course is based on Peter Senge's work. His five disciplines are presented as central concepts with practice(More)
Early life.—Emory was born 12 April 1920, in Hillsboro, Fountain County, Indiana, the son of Floyd and Estel May McAlister Simmons, the middle child of three girls and two boys. He was very fond of Minnie, his maternal grandmother, called ‘‘Dolly’’ by everyone, who lived with the family. The family moved to Crawfordsville, Indiana, before Emory entered(More)
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