A re-evaluation of Tubakia, including three new species on Quercus and six new combinations

  title={A re-evaluation of Tubakia, including three new species on Quercus and six new combinations},
  author={Thomas C Harrington and Douglas L Mcnew},
  journal={Antonie van Leeuwenhoek},
Morphological comparisons and phylogenetic analyses of Tubakia species from leaves of Quercus spp. [] Key Result New combinations of species on leaves of other hosts in the eastern USA include Tubakia gloeosporioides, Tubakia liquidambaris, and Tubakia nyssae. Asian species of Tubakia are phylogenetically compared, and the new combination Tubakia supraseptata is made to accommodate a Japanese endophyte known only by its sexual state. The earlier description of Dicarpella dryina as the sexual state of T…

Morphological and phylogenetic analyses reveal a new genus and two new species of Tubakiaceae from China

Five strains isolated from Lithocarpusfohaiensis and Quercuspalustris in China represented a new genus of Tubakiaceae, Obovoideisporodochium and three species, viz.

Phylogeny and taxonomy of the genus Tubakia s. lat.

The phylogenetic affinity of Tubakia to the family Melanconiellaceae (Diaporthales) was recently postulated, but new analyses based on sequences retrieved from material of the type species, T. dryina, support a family of its own, viz.

Revealing novel interactions between oak and Tubakia species: evidence of the efficacy of the sentinel arboreta strategy

The efficacy of the sentinel arboreta strategy was confirmed to highlight new host–pathogen interactions and the risk of host-shift events in case of introduction in the distribution range of susceptible host species.

Taxonomic circumscription of Diaporthales based on multigene phylogeny and morphology

This study obtained the type specimens or other authentic specimens of diaporthalean taxa from worldwide fungaria, and based on morphological characters from type or authentic specimens, details from protologue and original illustrations and molecular data obtained from GenBank, accepts 27 families and 138 genera within Diaporthales, and places Tirisporellaceae and one genus in Xylariomycetidae genera incertae sedis.

Genera of phytopathogenic fungi: GOPHY 3

Refined families of Sordariomycetes

This treatment of the class Sordariomycetes provides up-to-date DNA based phylogenies for 45 orders and 163 families and provides general descriptions and illustrate the type genus or another genus, where the placement has generally been confirmed with molecular data.

Pedunculate Oaks (Quercus robur L.) Differing in Vitality as Reservoirs for Fungal Biodiversity

Xylem is more selective substrate for endophytes than bark and that endophyte assemblages in xylem are correlated to the degree of host vitality, confirming that high vitality of trees may be associated with reduced habitat quality to wood-associated endophyts.



Tubakia chinensis sp. nov. and a key to the species of the genus Tubakia

The new species Tubakia chinensis, collected on living leaves of Castanea henryi (Fagaceae) in China, Jiangxi Province, is described, illustrated and compared with other species of the genus Tubakia.

Bur oak blight, a new disease on Quercus macrocarpa caused by Tubakia iowensis sp. nov.

A newly recognized, late-season leaf disease of Quercus macrocarpa (bur oak) has become increasingly severe across Iowa and in neighboring states since the 1990s. Vein necrosis and leaf death may

The occurrence of Tubakia dryina in Poland – new hosts and ITS variation

A preliminary, ITS-based, analysis of genetic diversity among Polish isolates of T. dryina revealed the presence of two distinct haplotypes, both of which are widespread in Poland and occur on the same trees in most locations.

Species or Genotypes? Reassessment of Four Recently Described Species of the Ceratocystis Wilt Pathogen, Ceratocystis fimbriata, on Mangifera indica.

This study points to the potential problems of naming new species based on introduced genotypes of a pathogen, the value of an understanding of natural variation within and among populations, and the importance of phenotype in delimiting species.

New combinations in Raffaelea, Ambrosiella, and Hyalorhinocladiella, and four new species from the redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus

Phylogenetic analyses of LSU rDNA sequences placed these mycangial inhabitants and other species of Raffaelea, as well as some species of Ambrosiella associated with ambrosia beetles, into a monophyletic, asexual clade within Ophiostoma.

Tubakia on the leaves of Quercus, the newly recorded genus in China.

The newly recorded genus of Tubakia to China and one newly recorded species Tubakia dryina(Sacc.)Sutton of the genus to China were described.The Tubakia was collected from the leaves of Quercus

Intraspecific and intragenomic variability of ITS rDNA sequences reveals taxonomic problems in Ceratocystis fimbriata sensu stricto

These analyses support three phylogenetic species that differ in pathogenicity: C. fimbriatomima, C. papillata and C. curvata, which are considered doubtful species.

Introduction of some new mitosporic fungi causing leaf spot on broad leaf trees in Guilan province (N Iran)

Several leaf spotting or blotching fungal diseases occur on forest trees in Guilan province (N Iran). Some of them such as maple tar spot affect health of host trees severely, but many are of minor

A new species of actinopelte from Brazil

  • M. L. Farr
  • Biology
    Mycopathologia et mycologia applicata
  • 2005
A collection of Byrsonima leaves, recently received from Brazil, displays conspicuous spots that appear black on the upper side of the leaf and orange-brown on the lower, and are caused by an