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Combined multiple gene genealogies and phenotypic characters differentiate several species previously identified as Botryosphaeria dothidea.
Botryosphaeria dothidea is one of the most commonly reported species in a genus of important pathogens of woody plants. This taxon generally is accepted to represent a species complex, and hence itsExpand
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Eucalyptus Rust: A Disease with the Potential for Serious International Implications.
Eucalyptus spp. are propagated extensively as non-natives in plantations in many parts of the tropics and sub-tropics. A number of diseases result in serious losses to this economically importantExpand
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Two new species of Fusarium section Liseola associated with mango malformation.
Mango malformation is an economically important disease of Mangifera indica globally. A recent DNA-based study indicated that two distinct, phylogenetic lineages previously identified as FusariumExpand
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Speciation and distribution of Botryosphaeria spp. on native and introduced Eucalyptus trees in Australia and South Africa
Botryosphaeria spp. are important canker and die-back pathogens that affect Eucalyptus spp. They also occur endophytically in Eucalyptus leaves and stems. For the purpose of this study,Expand
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Phylogeny and identification of Pantoea species associated with plants, humans and the natural environment based on multilocus sequence analysis (MLSA).
Species belonging to the genus of Pantoea are commonly isolated from plants, humans and the natural environment. The species of the genus are phenotypically closely related, making rapidExpand
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First report of the pitch canker fungus, Fusarium circinatum, on pines in Chile
Pitch canker, caused by Gibberella circinata (Fusarium circinatum), is currently regarded as one of the most serious diseases of pines in the world. The disease was first discovered in theExpand
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Taxonomy, phylogeny and identification of Botryosphaeriaceae associated with pome and stone fruit trees in South Africa and other regions of the world
We acknowledge financial support of the National Research Foundation, the Tree Protection Co-operative Programme and the THRIP initiative of the Department of Trade and Industry, South Afric
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Multiple gene sequences delimit Botryosphaeria australis sp. nov. from B. lutea.
Botryosphaeria lutea (anamorph Fusicoccum luteum) most easily is distinguished from other Botryosphaeria spp. by a yellow pigment that is formed in young cultures. This fungus has been reported fromExpand
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Phylogenetic and morphological re-evaluation of the Botryosphaeria species causing diseases of Mangifera indica.
Species of Botryosphaeria are among the most serious pathogens that affect mango trees and fruit. Several species occur on mangoes, and these are identified mainly on the morphology of the anamorphs.Expand
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Lasiodiplodia gonubiensis sp. nov., a new Botryosphaeria anamorph from native Syzygium cordatum in South Africa
Botryosphaeria spp. are common and widely distributed pathogens on many economically important crops, includ- ing forest tree species. These fungi cause a wide variety of symptoms on trees of allExpand
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