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Rhizophlyctidales--a new order in Chytridiomycota.
Rhizophlyctis rosea (Chytridiomycota) is an apparently ubiquitous, soil-inhabiting, cellulose-degrading chytrid that is the type for Rhizophlyctis. Previous studies have revealed multiple zoosporeExpand
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Ultrastructural and molecular analyses of Rhizophydiales (Chytridiomycota) isolates from North America and Argentina.
The Rhizophydiales is the most recently circumscribed order in the Chytridiomycota. Past studies focused on soil chytrids from North America and Australia to determine the range of diversity withinExpand
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A molecular phylogenetic evaluation of the Spizellomycetales
Order Spizellomycetales was delineated based on a unique suite of zoospore ultrastructural characters and currently includes five genera and 14 validly published species, all of which have aExpand
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Memoir on the Genus Palapteryx , with Descriptions of Additional Remains and Species of Dinornis
The publication of the Descriptions of the successively discovered remains of Dinornis, inthe ' Proceedings' and ' Transactions' of the Zoological Society ofLondon, during the years 1839 and 1843,Expand
Short title: Spizellomycetales A molecular phylogenetic evaluation of the Spizellomycetales
Order Spizellomycetales was delineated based on a unique suite of zoospore ultrastructural characters and currently includes five genera and 14 validly published species, all of which have aExpand