Sizing up Septoria

@article{Quaedvlieg2013SizingUS,
  title={Sizing up Septoria},
  author={William Quaedvlieg and Gerard J. M. Verkley and H.-d. Shin and Robert Weingart Barreto and Acelino Couto Alfenas and Wijnand J. Swart and JOHANNES Z. Groenewald and Pedro W. Crous},
  journal={Studies in Mycology},
  year={2013},
  volume={75},
  pages={307 - 390}
}
Septoria represents a genus of plant pathogenic fungi with a wide geographic distribution, commonly associated with leaf spots and stem cankers of a broad range of plant hosts. A major aim of this study was to resolve the phylogenetic generic limits of Septoria, Stagonospora, and other related genera such as Sphaerulina, Phaeosphaeria and Phaeoseptoria using sequences of the the partial 28S nuclear ribosomal RNA and RPB2 genes of a large set of isolates. Based on these results Septoria is shown… Expand

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