On Chytridium braun, Diplochytridium N. G., and Canteria N. G. (Chytridiales)

@article{Karling2004OnCB,
  title={On Chytridium braun, Diplochytridium N. G., and Canteria N. G. (Chytridiales)},
  author={John S. Karling},
  journal={Archiv f{\"u}r Mikrobiologie},
  year={2004},
  volume={76},
  pages={126-131}
}
SummaryThe operculate genus Chytridium Braun is emended and restricted to approximately 25 known species and several incompletely known members which lack an apophysis and develop much like species of Rhizophydium, insofar as the zoosporangium and absorbing or rhizoidal system are concerned, and form endobiotic or intramatrical resting spores. This interpretation corresponds fairly closely to Braun's diagnosis of the type species.A new genus, Diplochytridium, is established to segregate the… Expand
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