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Pleosporaceae

Known as: Pyrenophoraceae, anamorphic Pleosporaceae, mitosporic Pleosporaceae 
 
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2017
2017
Stemphylium lycopersici (Pleosporales) is a plant-pathogenic fungus that has been associated with a broad range of plant-hosts… Expand
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2016
2016
PURPOSE Hypersensitivity to fungi is associated with rhinoconjunctivitis and asthma. For some fungi, such as Alternaria alternata… Expand
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2015
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2015
The family Pleosporaceae includes numerous saprobic, opportunistic human, and plant pathogenic taxa. The classification of genera… Expand
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2015
2015
Curvularia is an important genus whose species are widely distributed phytopathogens as well as opportunistic pathogens on human… Expand
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2015
2015
Abstract A seed-borne fungus, Curvularia sp. EML-KWD01, was isolated from an indigenous wheat seed by standard blotter method… Expand
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2014
2014
The seed pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda has demonstrated potential as a mycoherbicidal biocontrol for eliminating persistent… Expand
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2013
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2013
UNLABELLED The anamorphic genus Phoma was subdivided into nine sections based on morphological characters, and included… Expand
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2011
2011
Sinomyces gen. nov. is described for Ulocladium alternariae and two new species from China. These three species differ from… Expand
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2011
2011
OBJECTIVE To identify endophytic fungi bn12 from Cinnamomum camphora chvar, borneol and analysis its volatile metabolites… Expand
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1990
1990
............................................................................................................................................................. 2 Introduction....................................................................................................................................................... 2 Key to Families of Pleosporales with Dictyosporous Genera......................................................................... 4 Key to Dictyosporous Genera M entioned....................................................................................................... 5 Pleosporales....................................................................................................................................................... 7 A. Pleosporaceae............................................................................................................................................ 7 1. Pleospora.............................................................................................................................................. 7 2. Lewia................. .................................................................................................................................... 10 3. Clathrospora ........................................................................................................................................ 10 B. Pyrenophoraceae........................................................................................................................................ 10 4. Pyrenophora.......................................................................................................................................... 10 5. M acrospora.......................................................................................................................................... 10 C. Hysteriaceae................... ............................................................................................................................ 10 6. Gloniopsis ........................................................................................................................................... 10 7. Hysterographium .................................................................................................................................. 11 D. Pleomassariaceae...................................................................................................................................... 15 8. Pleomassaria........................................................................................................................................ 15 E. Leptosphaeriaceae...................................................................................................................................... 16 9. Curreya............................................................................................................ ..................................... 16 10. Heptameria .......................................................................................................................................... 16 F. Cucurbitariaceae........................................................................................................................................ 18 11. Cucurbidothis...................................................................................................................................... 18 12. Cucurbitaria.......................................................................................................................................... 19 G. Phaeotrichaceae . ; .................................................................................................................................... 25 13. Pleophragmia........................................................................................................................................ 25 H. Dacampiaceae............................................................................................................................................ 26 14. Teichospora.......................................................................................................................................... 26 I. Phaeosphaeriaceae...................................................................................................................................... 38 15. Phaeosphaeria...................................................................................................................................... 38 16. Graphyllium.......................................................................................................................................... 39 17. M ontagnula ; ........................................................................................................................... 44 18. Chaetoplea............................................................................................................................................ 46 J. Lophiostomataceae....................................................'............................................................................... 55 19. Cilioplea..................................................................... .................................................................... .. 55 K. Arthopyreniaceae........................................................................................................................................ 56 20. Ju le lla ................................................................................................................................................... 56 L. Micropeltidaceae.......................................................................................................................................... 59 21. Mycoglaena.......................................................................................................................................... 59 Acknowledgments......................................... ................................................................................................... 60 Literature C ited ................................................................................................................................... ........... 60 Appendix: Alphabetical Listing of Dictyosporous Taxa and Their Dispositions........................ , ............................. 64 Host Index ........................................................................................................................................................... 76 Index of Scientific N am es................................................................................................................................... 83 1 Present address: 9475 Inverness Avenue, Sidney, B.C., Canada V8L 3S1. 2 MEMOIRS OF THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN [VOL. 62 
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