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Description and pathogenicity of Calonectria clavata sp.nov.
Growth and sporulation in vitro of Cercospora apii, Cercospora arachidicola, Cercospora kikuchii, and other species of Cercospora.
Sporulation of C. kikuchii was maintained throughout a 15-month study by selective subculturing; however, conidial production decreased over time. Expand
Recombination in Calonectria morganii and phylogeny with other heterothallic small-spored Calonectria species
DNA sequences of the ribosomal 5.8S RNA gene and the flanking internal transcribed (ITS) spacers, as well as part of the high mobility group (HMG) box, supported the morphological and biological concepts proposed for C. morganii and other Ca- lonectria species with, similar, small-spored Cylindro- cladium anamorphs. Expand
Induction and description of perithecia of Calonectria spathiphylli sp. nov.
Response of citrus rootstock seedlings to Diaprepes abbreviatus L. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) larval feeding.
Homothallism in Nectria galligena
The homothallic nature of this fungus is established after nuclear staining revealed that the cells of the macroconidia and ascospores are uninucleate. Expand
Description and pathogenicity of Cylindrocladium ovatum sp. nov
The cause of a leaf spot disease on Eucalyptus urophylla in Para, Brazil, is described and the pathogen is shown to be a pathogen on Eukaryptus grandis, Eucallyptus robusta, EukalyPTus terelicornis, and Eucaliptus torelliana. Expand
The identification, induction of perithecia, and pathogenicity of Gibberella (Fusarium) tricincta n.sp.
In vitro inoculation of detached English ivy leaves with ascospores or conidia of the pathogen reproduced the leaf spotting originally observed; however, pathogenicity was very limited under the conditions studied. Expand
First U.S. Report of Pseudocercospora paederiae Leaf Spot on the Invasive Exotic Paederia foetida.
Current work underway to find biological control agents for invasive weeds led to the discovery of a skunk vine plant with irregular to angular, sunken leaf spots ranging in color from shiny black to dark brown, some with tan centers and dark brown borders, which represents the first report of the pathogen in the Western Hemisphere. Expand