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Asterinales of India
A new genus, Gangamyces with its type species, G. miliusae, is proposed to accommodate Asterina-like species possessing appressoria in couplets with a stellate lumen in the hyphal cells. Expand
Host range of meliolaceous fungi in India.
The order Meliolales comprises two families, namely, Armatellaceae and Meliolaceae and includes seven genera: Amazonia, Appendiculella, Asteridiella, Ectendomeliola, Irenopsis, Meliola and Prataprajella. Expand
The genus Schiffnerula in India
The genus Schiffnerula is represented by 80 species in India belonging to the anamorphs Mitteriella (single species, assigned to Schiffnerula ziziphina), Questieriella (10), Sarcinella (39) and theExpand
Notes on the genera Asterolibertia and Cirsosia (Fungi: Ascomycota)
This gives an account of the genera Asterolibertia and Cirsosia. Former genus belongs to Asterinaceae and the latter to Lembosiaceae. The genus Asterolibertia represents 34 taxa on 29 host plantsExpand
Meliolaceous fungi from the state of Kerala, India. II: The genus Meliola
The results of a survey undertaken during 1981-1984 of the meliolaceous fungi found in the Idukki Hydroelectric Project Area in the State of Kerala, India report the identification of 103 species and infra- specific taxa, 32 of which are undescribed species, and 13 have been determined to be new varieties. Expand
Meliolaceae of Kerala, India - XIII.
This paper gives an account of five taxa of the genus Meliola, including the new species, M. dioscoregena and M. vazhachalensis, collected from the Western Ghats region of Kerala state. Expand
Meliolaceae of Kerala, India - IV.
Meliolaceous fungi, commonly called black mildews, are ectophytic obligate parasites, infecting mainly leaves, rarely petioles and tender stems, and are very little known to mycologists probably due to lack of systematic survey of these fungi in the tropics and also due to diminishing taxonomic work. Expand
Meliolaceae of South India. VII
This paper gives an account of six meliolaceous fungi recently encountered in South India that are described as new species and a new variety. Expand