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An overview of the taxonomic history of Botryosphaeria, and a re-evaluation of its anamorphs based on morphology and ITS rDNA phylogeny

  title={An overview of the taxonomic history of Botryosphaeria, and a re-evaluation of its anamorphs based on morphology and ITS rDNA phylogeny},
  author={S. Denman and P. Crous and J. Taylor and Jc Kang and L. Pascoe and M. Wingfield},
Phylogeny and taxonomy of Cladosporium-like hyphomycetes, including Davidiella gen. nov., the teleomorph of Cladosporium s. str.
Cladosporium malorum proved to provide the correct epithet for Pseudocladosporium kellermanianum and C. malorum is allocated to Alternaria based on differences in conidiogenesis and the structure of the conidiogenous loci, further supported by molecular data. Expand
Identificación molecular del complejo Botryosphaeria sp. asociado a cancros y secamiento de yemas en Eucalyptus sp
Cabe mencionar que a nivel de nucleotidos of the region secuenciada, the cantidad of polimorfismos entre los aislamientos estudiados y aquellos que se usaron como outgroups obtenidos del GenBank, fue minimo. Expand
Lasiodiplodia theobromae en Cultivos Agrícolas de México: Taxonomía, Hospedantes, Diversidad y Control
Lasiodiplodia theobromae is the causal agent of numerous plant diseases in a wide variety of hosts. Fruit and vegetable crops are particularly susceptibl...
Botryosphaeria infections in New Zealand grapevine nurseries: Sources of inoculum and infection pathways
It is suggested that the manuscript should be rewritten in a chapters-by- chapters format to facilitate more detailed discussion of the background work and its implications. Expand
Identification, potential inoculum sources and pathogenicity of botryosphaeriaceous species associated with grapevine dieback disease in New Zealand
Inoculation with conidia and mycelium of multiple isolates of each species onto excised and attached green shoots and trunks of five grapevine varieties showed that all varieties became infected to a similar extent, which indicates potential inoculum sources for vineyard infection. Expand
Epidemiology of botryosphaeriaceous species associated with grapevines in New Zealand
Botryosphaericeous species affect most grapevines tissues leading to dieback and wood decay, and N. luteum was the most pathogenic on wounded grapevine green shoots, except D. seriata. Expand
  • 2009
Resolving the phylogenetic and taxonomic status of dark-spored teleomorph genera in the Botryosphaeriaceae
A multi-gene approach was used to resolve the correct phylogenetic position of the dark-spored ‘Botryosphaeria’ teleomorphs and related asexual species and Dothidotthiaceae is introduced to accommodate it. Expand