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Armillaria novae-zelandiae

Known as: Armillaria novae-zelandia 
National Institutes of Health

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2014
2014
OBJECTIVES We measured symptom and influenza prevalence, and the effectiveness of symptom and temperature screening for… Expand
2013
2013
BACKGROUND This paper reports data on bioconcentration potential and baseline mercury concentrations of fruiting bodies of dark… Expand
2012
2012
Armillaria altimontana, previously considered North American biological species (NABS) X, is described as new. To date, it… Expand
2012
2012
Armillaria cepistipes is a common wood-rotting basidiomycete fungus found in most forests in Central Europe. In Switzerland, the… Expand
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2008
2008
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  • Economic Botany
  • 2008
  • Corpus ID: 9318894
Lantana, or red sage (lantana camara, Verbenaceae) is an aromatic shrub with rough, opposite or whorled leaves and four-angled… Expand
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2007
2007
Nuclear ribosomal DNA regions (i.e. large subunit, internal transcribed spacer, 5.8S and intergenic spacer) were sequenced using… Expand
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2000
2000
Armillaria spp. have vegetative hyphae with diploid uninucleate cells, but the fruit bodies of many species contain clamped… Expand
2000
2000
Abstract A new genus and new species of Lachnophorini and 2 new species of Lebiini from Costa Rican are described (type… Expand
1992
1992
Diploid-haploid pairings to identify field isolates of Armillaria to species generally rely on morphological differences between… Expand
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1987
1987
The distribution of rhizomorphs of species of Armillaria was determined in indigenous forests at three sites up to 80 km apart in… Expand
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