Taxonomy and DNA phylogeny of Diatrypaceae associated with Vitis vinifera and other woody plants in Australia

@article{Trouillas2011TaxonomyAD,
  title={Taxonomy and DNA phylogeny of Diatrypaceae associated with Vitis vinifera and other woody plants in Australia},
  author={Florent P. Trouillas and Wayne M. Pitt and Mark R. Sosnowski and Rujuan Huang and Francesca Peduto and Adrian Loschiavo and Sandra Savocchia and Eileen S. Scott and Walter Douglas Gubler},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={203-223}
}
The Diatrypaceae occur worldwide and comprise a number of pathogens of woody crops, forest and ornamental tree species. Despite the taxonomic difficulties within this family, interest in the Diatrypaceae has increased recently, mainly due to the recent detection of these fungi in the premium grape growing regions of California. In the present study, we investigated the diversity and host range of diatrypaceous fungi from prominent wine grape growing regions in South Australia, New South Wales… CONTINUE READING
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