Cultural studies of Oedogoniomyces and Harpochytrium, and a proposal to place them in a new order of aquatic Phycomycetes

@article{Emerson2004CulturalSO,
  title={Cultural studies of Oedogoniomyces and Harpochytrium, and a proposal to place them in a new order of aquatic Phycomycetes},
  author={Ralph Waldo Emerson and Howard C. Whisler},
  journal={Archiv f{\"u}r Mikrobiologie},
  year={2004},
  volume={61},
  pages={195-211}
}
SummaryThe axenic culture of two unusual, zoosporic Phycomycetes, Oedogoniomyces and Harpochytrium, is reported for the first time. Cultural studies have made it possible to clarify and document many developmental and morphological characteristics of the two genera thus revealing their fundamental similarity to each other and necessitating their taxonomic grouping in a new order of Chytridiomycetes, the Harpochytriales.For Oedogoniomyces it has been shown that the genus occurs outside Japan in… 
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