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Dictyosporiaceae fam. nov.
Dictyosporiaceae fam. nov. is introduced to accommodate a holomorphic group of Dothideomycetes that are saprobes on decaying wood and plant debris in terrestrial and freshwater habitats. The sexualExpand
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Accumulation of catechins in tea in relation to accumulation of mRNA from genes involved in catechin biosynthesis.
Catechins are a group of polyphenols found in tea (Camellia sinensis var. sinensis) at high levels. They are beneficial for health. From the study on accumulation of catechins in shoots and matureExpand
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Microfungi on Tamarix
Tamarix species are small trees that grow in various natural habitats and have a wide geographic distribution. Microfungal species previously found on Tamarix and recently collected in Italy andExpand
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Additions to the Genus Rhytidhysteron in Hysteriaceae
Abstract Rhytidhysteron (Hysteriaceae) species are widely distributed as saprobes or weak pathogens on a wide range of woody plants. In this study, several Rhytidhysteron collections were made inExpand
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Novel Neoacanthostigma Species from Aquatic Habitats
Abstract Helicosporous hyphomycetes are a morphologically fascinating group of Tubeufiales. Ten dematiaceous helicosporous asexual morphs and two sexual morphs collected from aquatic habitats areExpand
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A taxonomic reassessment of Tubeufiales based on multi-locus phylogeny and morphology
This study deals with an extensive taxonomic reevaluation focusing on phylogenetic relationships and morphological characterization of Tubeufiales, especially those helicosporous hyphomycetes whichExpand
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A New Species of the Genus Scelimena (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) in Thailand and Notes on Its Biology and Ecology
ABSTRACT: Research status of the family Tetrigidae in Thailand is reviewed. Scelimena songkrana Zha and Wen sp. nov. is described and illustrated with photographs and compared with similar taxa. AExpand
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Effects of 6-Benzyladenine on Jatropha Gene Expression and Flower Development
Jatropha curcas L. has been considered as a potential source of biodiesel feedstock due to its highly seed oil content. However, Jatropha exhibits low numbers of female flowers leading toExpand
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Notes on the genus Yunnantettix Zheng (Tetrigidae: Cladonotinae), with descriptions of two new species from Thailand.
Two new species, Yunnantettix nanensis sp. nov. and Yunnantettix variabilis sp. nov. are described from Thailand, and current knowledge on their ecology and habits are presented. GenericExpand
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Transcriptome analysis of Jatropha curcas L. flower buds responded to the paclobutrazol treatment.
Jatropha seeds can be used to produce high-quality biodiesel due to their high oil content. However, Jatropha produces low numbers of female flowers, which limits seed yield. Paclobutrazol (PCB), aExpand
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