ITS region of Pythium canariense sp. nov., its morphology and its interaction with Botrytis cinerea.

@article{Paul2002ITSRO,
  title={ITS region of Pythium canariense sp. nov., its morphology and its interaction with Botrytis cinerea.},
  author={Bernard Paul},
  journal={FEMS microbiology letters},
  year={2002},
  volume={208 1},
  pages={
          135-41
        }
}
A new species Pythium canariense (CI-07), isolated from soil samples taken in the San Nicolas region of the Canary islands (Gran Canaria, Spain), is being described here. This species is characterised by its spherical to pyriform, intercalary to catenulate sporangia, smooth-walled terminal oogonia supplied with monoclinous and diclinous antheridia which at times are branched and wrap around the female gametangia. The fungus has an antagonistic effect on Botrytis cinerea, the grey mould fungus… CONTINUE READING

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