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Revision of the Massarineae (Pleosporales, Dothideomycetes)
We here taxonomically revise the suborder Massarineae (Pleosporales, Dothideomycetes, Ascomycota). Sequences of SSU and LSU nrDNA and the translation elongation factor 1-alpha gene (tef1) are newly… Expand
Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus, the correct name for Lambertella albida reported from Japan.
Molecular taxonomy of bambusicolous fungi: Tetraplosphaeriaceae, a new pleosporalean family with Tetraploa-like anamorphs
A new pleosporalean family Tetraplosphaeriaceae is established to accommodate five new genera; 1) Tetraplosphaeria with small ascomata and anamorphs belonging to Tetraploa s. str., 2) Triplosphaeria… Expand
Population structure of the invasive forest pathogen Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus
Understanding the genetic diversity and structure of invasive pathogens in source and in introduced areas is crucial to the revelation of hidden biological features of an organism, to the… Expand
Phylogeny of Discosia and Seimatosporium, and introduction of Adisciso and Immersidiscosia genera nova
- K. Tanaka, M. Endo, K. Hirayama, I. Okane, T. Hosoya, T. Sato
- Biology, Medicine
- 28 April 2011
Discosia (teleomorph unknown) and Seimatosporium (teleomorph Discostroma) are saprobic or plant pathogenic, coelomycetous genera of so-called ‘pestalotioid fungi’ within the Amphisphaeriaceae… Expand
A multigene phylogeny toward a new phylogenetic classification of Leotiomycetes
Fungi in the class Leotiomycetes are ecologically diverse, including mycorrhizas, endophytes of roots and leaves, plant pathogens, aquatic and aero-aquatic hyphomycetes, mammalian pathogens, and… Expand
Phylogenetic reassessment of Hyaloscyphaceae sensu lato (Helotiales, Leotiomycetes) based on multigene analyses.
Hyaloscyphaceae is the largest family in Helotiales, Leotiomycetes. It is mainly characterized by minute apothecia with well-differentiated hairs, but its taxonomic delimitation and infrafamilial… Expand
Host jumping onto close relatives and across kingdoms by Tyrannicordyceps (Clavicipitaceae) gen. nov. and Ustilaginoidea_(Clavicipitaceae).
- R. Kepler, Gi-Ho Sung, +5 authors J. Spatafora
- Biology, Medicine
- American journal of botany
- 1 March 2012
PREMISE OF STUDY This research seeks to advance understanding of conditions allowing movement of fungal pathogens among hosts. The family Clavicipitaceae contains fungal pathogens exploiting hosts… Expand
Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, the correct scientific name for the fungus causing ash dieback in Europe
Under the rules for the naming of fungi with pleomorphic life-cycles adopted in July 2011, the nomenclaturally correct name for the fungus causing the current ash dieback in Europe is determined to… Expand