• Corpus ID: 91139876

Classification of marine Ascomycota, anamorphic taxa and Basidiomycota

  title={Classification of marine Ascomycota, anamorphic taxa and Basidiomycota},
  author={Evan B. Gareth Jones and Jariya Sakayaroj and Satinee Suetrong and Sayanh Somrithipol and Ka-Lai Pang},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},

Plant growth stages and fertilization regimes drive soil fungal community compositions in a wheat-rice rotation system

Soil temperature and moisture that co-vary with plant growth stages were the strongest predictors of fungal community compositions; meanwhile, fertilization regimes also played important roles.

Diversity of marine wood-inhabiting fungi in North Norway

Molecular systematics of the marine Dothideomycetes

Specific attention is given to the adaptation of the Dothideomycetes to the marine milieu, new lineages of marine fungi and their host specificity.

Lulworthia atlantica: a new species supported by molecular phylogeny and morphological analysis

ABSTRACT This study presents morphological and molecular evidence for the establishment of a new species of Lulworthia based on the evaluation of 11 isolates of Lulworthiales collected in two marinas

Fungal Systematics and Evolution: FUSE 2

The present study introduces two new genera, 14 new species, five new combinations and 12 interesting host and/or geographical records. A majority of the fungi are Ascomycetes, but the study also

Marine fungal community associated with standing plants of Spartina maritima (Curtis) Fernald

Tese de doutoramento, Biologia (Microbiologia), Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciencias, 2016

Two marine fungi new for the White Sea

  • E. Bubnova
  • Environmental Science
    Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin
  • 2016
In the marine mycobiota of decaying plant materials near Pertsov White Sea Biological Station, numerous fungi were found, two of them are new to the White Sea, and one is new not only for White Sea but also for all Russian Seas.

Cultural properties and taxonomic position of Helminthosporium-like fungal isolates from the White Sea

Optimum salinity for their growth was 1–2% NaCl, which is lower than the value for the known open ocean isolates, andHoloblastic conidiogenesis was demonstrated by light and scanning electron microscopy, confirming the separation of P. salina from the genus Scolecobasidium.

An assessment of natural product discovery from marine (sensu strictu) and marine-derived fungi

This work addresses some of the reasons for the apparent disconnect between the stated objectives of discovering new chemistry from marine organisms and the apparent neglect of the truly exceptional obligate marine fungi and offers suggestions on how to reinvigorate enthusiasm for marine natural products discovery from fungi from exclusive marine lineages.

Diversity Patterns, Ecology and Biological Activities of Fungal Communities Associated with the Endemic Macroalgae Across the Antarctic Peninsula

It is proposed that macroalgae along the marine Antarctic Peninsula provide additional niches where fungal taxa can survive and coexist with their host in the extreme conditions and the dynamics of richness and dominance among endemic, indigenous and cold-adapted cosmopolitan fungalTaxa might be used to understand and model the influence of climate change on the maritime Antarctic mycota.