Life cycle of Nothoravenelia japonica and its phylogenetic position in Pucciniales, with special reference to the genus Phakopsora

@article{Ji2019LifeCO,
  title={Life cycle of Nothoravenelia japonica and its phylogenetic position in Pucciniales, with special reference to the genus Phakopsora},
  author={Jing-Xin Ji and Zhuang Li and Y. Li and Makoto Kakishima},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2019},
  volume={18},
  pages={855-864}
}
The autoecious macrocyclic life cycle of Nothoravenelia japonica on Flueggea suffruticosa was clarified by inoculations. [...] Key Result Phylogenetic analyses showed that this rust fungus is closely related to one group of Phakopsora, but far from a second group. Therefore, it is suggested that the genus Phakopsora should be divided into two genera. The second group is treated as new genus Neophysopella based on morphological and phylogenetical similarities and host relations.Expand

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