2 edition of phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera found in the catalog.
phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera
Amy Y. Rossman
|Statement||by Amy Y. Rossman.|
|Series||Mycological papers ;, no. 150|
|LC Classifications||QK623.H86 R67 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||83170359|
Monographed the phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera in the Hypocreales: Monographed the species of Tubeufiaceae, many of which are parasitic on leaf fungi: Published checklist of species described in Cercospora leaf spot fungi: Genus: Ilyonectria Species: Ilyonectria Chaverri & Salgado Type species: Ilyonectria radicicola Chaverri & Salgado References. Chaverri, P.; Salgado, C Delimitation of Neonectria and Cylindrocarpon (Nectriaceae, Hypocreales, Ascomycota) and related genera with cylindrocarpon-like anamorphs. Studies in Mycology.
Phragmosporous Species of Nectria and Related Genera (Mycological Paper) Paul Kirk: Monograph of the Choanephoraceae, A (Mycological Paper) Hanns Johst: Witches' Broom Disease of Cacao (Phytopathological Paper) Johst Hanns: Puffinpack. Middle Primary Level: Within the genus, species having Nectria mammoidea-type perithecia are paraphyletic. Most species cluster with Neonectria discophora, but Neonectria westlandica and Neonectria trachosa are basal to a clade that includes species that do not have a Nectria mammoidea-type perithecium. Nectria fuckeliana clusters independently of Neonectria and Cited by:
Biodiversity assessment of ascomycetes inhabiting Lobariella lichens in Andean cloud forests led to one new family, three new genera and 13 new species of lichenicolous fungi Adam Flakus @ 1, Javier Etayo 2, Jolanta Miadlikowska 3, François Lutzoni 3, Martin Kukwa 4, Natalia Matura 1 and Pamela Rodriguez-Flakus p Author: Adam Flakus. Rossman AY. () The phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera. Mycological Papers 1– [Google Scholar] Rossman AY, Samuels GJ, Rogerson CT, Lowen R. () Genera of Bionectriaceae, Hypocreaceae and Nectriaceae (Hypocreales, Ascomycetes). Studies in Mycology 1– [Google Scholar].
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: The Phragmosporous Species of Nectria and Related Genera (Mycological Paper) (): Hanns, Johst: Books. The phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera: (Calonectria, Ophionectria, Paranectria, Scoleconectria, and Trichonectria). Nectria pseudotrichia, which, according to the phylogenetic analysis, is a sister species of N.
eustromatica, differs by muriform ascospores and the stipitate, synnematous anamorph Tubercularia lateritia(Berk.) Seifert from N. eustromatica. Also Nectria aurantiacadiffers by a. About this book. Although Nectria is the type genus of Nectriaceae (Hypocreales, Sordariomycetes, Pezizomycotina, Ascomycota), the systematics of the teleomorphic and anamorphic state of Nectria sensu Rossman has not been studied in detail.
The objectives of this study are to 1) provide a phylogenetic overview to determine if species of Nectria with Gyrostroma, Tubercularia. Molecular phylogeny of Nectria species associated with dieback and canker diseases in China, with a new species described QIN Y ANG 1, ZHUO DU 1, YING-MEI LIANG 2 & CHENG-MING TIAN 1*.
Species of Nectriaalso occur in warmer climates including island groups such as Hawaii. According to the Dictionary of the Fungi(10th edition, ), the genus contains 82 species.  SpeciesEdit. Nectria cinnabarina.
Nectria : Sordariomycetes. A homothallic species of Nectria producing a Cylindrocladium-like anamorph was collected from bark of a fallen tree in the Amazonian forest in anamorph, which is placed in a new genus, Xenocylindrocladium, is characterized by forming straight, cylindrical, 1-septate conidia borne on penicillate conidiophores with coiled, avesiculate stipe by: 8.
The genus Thelonectria and closely related species with cylindrocarpon-like asexual states are a group of perithecial ascomycetes in the family Nectriaceae that occur as saprobes and in few cases as pathogens of hardwood trees, shrubs or other plants. Although a key component of forest ecosystems around the world, species relationships and distributions of these fungi are largely unknown.
species of this group superficially resemble N. haematococca Berk. & Broome and its relatives. Perithecia ofN. haematococca become red in 3% KOH; the ascospores are translucent-brown, and the anamorph is a species of Fusarium. Nectria hae-matococca and its relatives are not closely related to any of the species discussed in this paper.
Group II. The key includes about common species of Nectria and related genera of Nectriaceae and Bionectriaceae. For each species the size of ascospores is given and where it is known, the name of the anamorph is mentioned.
Each species is completed with a reference to a. Lechat C, Baral HO. A new species of Ijuhya on Equisetum hyemale and its Acremonium ana-morph, with notes on Hydropisphaera arenula. Österr. Pilzk. 15– Rossman AY. The phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera (Calonectria, Ophionectria, Paranectria, Scoleconectria and Trichonectria).
Mycol. Pap. 1– Nine species ofNectria are described or redescribed. Ascospores of all are colorless and striates; their perithecia are orange and do not become red in KOH.
Three groups of species are represented. One group includesNectria grammicospora, N. cospora, N. subquaternata, and the new species:N. grammicosporopsis, N. lucifer, andN. by: A new species of Nectria, N. palmicola on rachides of Mauritie flexuosa, is described from Ecuador. it is compared with the similar species, N.
calami and N. pseudopezizia. Nectrie palmicola is illustrated with light and SEM micrographs and line diagrams. A key and host index to species of Nectria and allied genera on palms is by: 5. The phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera. The role of rain in dispersal of pathogen inoculum.
The Trichoderma koningii aggregate species. Thyronectria canker of honeylocust: Influence of temperature and wound age on disease development.
Thyronectria canker of honeylocust. Phylogenetic relationships in Neonectria species having Cylindrocarpon anamorphs inferred from mitochondrial ribosomal DNA sequences The phragmosporous species of Nectria and. related genera. The book compiles information on about 1, accepted genera of hyphomycetes, and about 1, genera that are synonyms or names of uncertain identity.
Each accepted genus is described using a standardized set of key words, connections with sexual stages (teleomorphs) and synanamorphs are listed, along with known substrates or hosts, and.
of Nectria. Gams () listed six species and Samuels (, ) added seven. In the present paper 12 New Zealand species of Nectria and their Acremonium conidial states are described.
the connection between Neelria and Acremonium being demonstrated for the first time for 10 species. A new species ofNectria, N. palmicola on rachides ofMauritia flexuosa, is described from Ecuador. It is compared with the similar species.N. calami andN.
pseudopezizia. Nectria palmicola is illustrated with light and SEM micrographs and line diagrams. A key and host index to species ofNectria and allied genera on palms is by: 5. The phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera. The Trichoderma brevicompactum clade: a new lineage with new species, new peptaibiotics, and mycotoxins.
Neonectria ditissima (syn. Neonectria galligena) is a fungal plant causes cankers that can kill branches of trees by choking them off. Apple and beech trees are two susceptible : Sordariomycetes. The relationship of two species of Neonectria associated with beech bark canker in North America was evaluated by comparing isolates of these and additional species of the Neonectria coccinea (Pers.:Fr.) Rossman & Samuels group found on regions in the translation elongation factor 1-alpha (EF1-α), RNA polymerase II second largest subunit (RPB2), and β-tubulin were sequenced Cited by: () The phragmosporous species of Nectria and related genera.
Mycological Papers 1– Rossman AY, Samuels GJ, Rogerson CT, Lowen R. () Genera of Bionectriaceae, Hypocreaceae and Nectriaceae (Hypocreales, Ascomycetes).Cited by: &Himalayan Xylariaceae:: The genus Penzigia Sacc.
& Paol. Nova Hedwigia 38 ()3 pi. 3 species described (none new). ROGERS,R.W. Typification of the species of lichens describedfrom Aus-tralianspecimens by James Stirton. Austrobaileya 1 () *ROSSMAN,A.Y.
The phragmosporous species of Nectria and relatedgenera.