Volume 8 Issue 4
3. Magnicamarosporium diospyricola sp. nov. (Sulcatisporaceae) from Thailand
Phukhamsakda et al. (2017)
1. A new species of Bertiella (Melanommataceae) from Brazil and a key to accepted species
Almeida et al. (2017)
Volume 8 Issue 5 (Special Issue)
1. Editorial – Advances in understanding Diaporthe
Dissanayake et al. (2017)
Volume 8 Issue 3 (SI Biotechnology)
8. Biological management of fusarium wilt of tomato using biofortified vermicompost
Basco et al. (2017)
7. Industrial an environmental applications of white-rot fungi.
Rodríguez-Couto S (2017)
6. Mycosphere Essay 18: Biotechnological Advances of Beneficial Fungi For Plants.
Kumar et al. (2017)
5. Impact of xylanase expression-inducing compounds on DNA accessibility in Trichoderma reesei.
Rassinger et al. (2017)
Volume 2 - Issue 1
Towards incorporating anamorphic fungi in a natural classification – checklist and notes for 2010
Hyde KD, McKenzie EHC, KoKo TW
|Received||04 February 2011|
|Accepted||07 February 2011|
|Published Online||10 March 2011|
|Abstract||A complilation of anamorphic names for both Ascomycota and Basidiomycota is provided which compises 2873 genera. The genera are listed against a backbone of teleomorphic relationships where known. The study reveals that 699 genera and 94 anamorph-like genera are linked to teleomorphic genera names, 447 genera (one anamorph-like genus) are linked to teleomorph families, orders or classes, while for more than 1728 (60.15%) genera no teleomorph link is known.
|Keywords||Asexual fungi – life cycle – sexual fungi – taxonomy|
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