Broad host range species in specialised pathogen groups should be treated with suspicion – a case study on Entyloma infecting Ranunculus

@inproceedings{Kruse2018BroadHR,
  title={Broad host range species in specialised pathogen groups should be treated with suspicion – a case study on Entyloma infecting Ranunculus},
  author={Janis Kruse and M. Pia¸tek and Mike Lutz and Marco Thines},
  booktitle={Persoonia},
  year={2018}
}
Plant pathogenic smut fungi in the broader sense can be divided into the Ustilaginomycetes, which cause classical smut symptoms with masses of blackish spores being produced in a variety of angiosperms, and the Exobasidiomycetes, which are often less conspicuous, as many do not shed large amounts of blackish spores. The leaf-spot causing members of the genus Entyloma (Entylomatales, Exobasidiomycetes) belong to the latter group. Currently, 172 species that all infect eudicots are included in… CONTINUE READING

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