Morphological and phylogenetic identification of Botrytis sinoviticola, a novel cryptic species causing gray mold disease of table grapes (Vitis vinifera) in China

@article{Zhou2014MorphologicalAP,
  title={Morphological and phylogenetic identification of Botrytis sinoviticola, a novel cryptic species causing gray mold disease of table grapes (Vitis vinifera) in China},
  author={Y.-J. Zhou and J. H. Zhang and X.-D. Wang and L Yang and D{\`a}oh{\'o}ng Jiāng and G-Q Li and Tom Hsiang and Wen-Ying Zhuang},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={106},
  pages={43 - 56}
}
Seventy-five isolates of Botrytis collected from table grapes (Vitis vinifera) with gray mold symptoms in China were identified based on morpho-cultural characteristics on potato dextrose agar (20 C) and/or phylogenetic analysis using the sequences of three nuclear genes (G3PDH, HSP60, RPB2). Isolates of different species of Botrytis were compared with fenhexamid sensitivity, Bc-hch gene-RFLP haplotyping and pathogenicity to V. vinifera. The 75 isolates comprise two species, B. cinerea (63… 
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