|Statement||by H.C. Evans.|
|Series||Mycological papers -- no.153|
|Contributions||Commonwealth Mycological Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
The genus Mycosphaerella and its Anamorphs Cercoseptoria, Dothistroma and Lecanosticta on pines. Mycological papers, Commonwealth Mycological Institute no. () pp. The genus Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs Pedro W, Crous!, Andre Aptroof, Ji-ChUall Kang1, Uwe Braun' and Michael J. Wingfield4 'Department of Plant Pathology, University of Stellenbosch, P. Bag. About this book A revision of the species described in Mycosphaerella and Sphaerella is presented, together with observations on the types of most species or their disposition. The genus Stigmidium is expanded to encompass fungicolous species and internal . Mycosphaerella and Its Anamorphs: 2. Conspectus of Mycosphaerella on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mycosphaerella and Its Anamorphs: 2. Conspectus of MycosphaerellaManufacturer: APS.
This book is a compilation of names that have been published or proposed in Cercospora, of which are presently recognized in the genus and are being referred to C. . Approximately names of Passalora, including Mycovellosiella, Phaeoramularia, Tandonella and Phaeoisariopsis p.p. A total of new taxonomic names are proposed and by: Names published in Cercospora and Passalora: () [MB#] Pseudocercospora miconiicola (Chupp) U. Braun & Crous, Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs: 1. Taxonomy of the genus Cristulariella is revised, retaining Cristulariella (Crist.) depraedans as the type. Two new species, Crist. cercidiphylli and Crist. corni, are additionally described under the new anamorphic genus Hinomyces is erected to accommodate Botrytis (Cristulariella) moricola and Cristulariella pruni.A new genus and species, Nervostroma depraedans, is erected in the Cited by: 7. STUDIES IN MYCOLOGY – Paraconiothyrium, a new genus to accommodate the mycoparasite Conio- thyrium minitans, anamorphs of Paraphaeosphaeria, and four new species Gerard J.M. Verkley1*, Manuela da Silva2, Donald T. Wicklow3 and Pedro W. Crous1 1 C e nt r alb u v oS c him s,F g B dy PO x NL-3 0 AD U ; 2 F u ng iS ect o,D p arm f Mb ly IN CQ / O RUZ Av. B s 5; .
TY - BOOK. T1 - Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs. 1. Names published in Cercospora and Passalora. AU - Crous, P.W. AU - Braun, U. PY - Y1 - About this book. The present study represents a compilation of more than names that have been published or proposed in Cercospora, of which are presently recognised in this genus, with a further being referred to C. apii Approximately names of Passalora emend. Evans HC, The genus Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs Cercoseptoria, Dothistroma and Lecanosticta on pines. Mycological Paper, No pp. Evans HC, Oleas AR, Pathology of Pinus radiata in Ecuador with special reference to Dothistroma. Tropical Pest Management, 29(4) Fonseca N, Laflamme G, ITS rDNA sequence data, a new holomorph species and a new anamorph-teleomorph connection in the genus Chaetosphaeria is pro-posed. An ITS nrDNA phylogenetic analysis is performed to estimate the relationship of Ch. ciliata among other Chaetosphaeria species with Menispora anamorphs. Materials and methods Dried herbarium specimens wereFile Size: KB.