Check-list for scientific names of common parasitic fungi. Supplement Series 2a (additions and corrections): Fungi on field crops: Beet and potato; caraway, flax and oil-seed poppy

@article{Boerema1987ChecklistFS,
  title={Check-list for scientific names of common parasitic fungi. Supplement Series 2a (additions and corrections): Fungi on field crops: Beet and potato; caraway, flax and oil-seed poppy},
  author={G. H. Boerema and W. M. Loerakker and Maria E. C. Hamers},
  journal={Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={1987},
  volume={93},
  pages={1-20}
}
This paper supplements Series 2a (Neth. J. Pl. Path. 82 (1976) 193–214) and documents the nomenclature of an additional four parasitic fungi. The data of sixteen fungi (teleomorph and/or anamorph) previously treated in Series 2a have been brought up to date and in accordance with the recent changes in the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (‘Sydney Code’). One new combination is proposed, viz.Uromyces beticola (Bellynck) Boerema et al. The scientific names used in official… CONTINUE READING

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