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Ophiostoma novae-zelandiae

Known as: Ceratocystis novae-zelandiae 
National Institutes of Health

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The Ophiostomatales (Ascomycota) include mainly insect and mite-associated fungi, the majority of which are found on trees. Very… Expand
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BackgroundBased on previous studies, it was suspected that the mitochondrial rns gene within the Ophiostomatales is rich in… Expand
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