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Journal of General Plant Pathology, ISSN 1345-2630, 11/2018, Volume 84, Issue 6, pp. 422 - 426
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Life Sciences | Plant Pathology | Agriculture | Microbiology | ERYSIPHE SECT. UNCINULA | TAXONOMY | NUCLEAR RIBOSOMAL DNA | ORIGIN | NORTHERN-HEMISPHERE | TREES | ASCOMYCOTA | MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY | PLANT SCIENCES | Fungi | Systematics | Airborne microorganisms | Powdery mildew
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Mycoscience, ISSN 1340-3540, 03/2015, Volume 56, Issue 2, pp. 159 - 167
The teleomorph of , a powdery mildew of lotus, was found in 2012 at a lotus pond of Niigata-shi, Japan, where this species was first found in 1974. This is the... 
ITS | 28S rRNA gene | Nelumbo nucifera | Pseudoidium | Erysiphales | Pseudoidium No items selected | FUNGI | HOST-RANGE | OIDIUM-NEOLYCOPERSICI | NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCES | NUCLEAR RDNA SEQUENCES | EVOLUTION | TAURICA | ASCOMYCOTA | SECT. UNCINULA | MYCOLOGY | TOMATO
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Mycoscience, ISSN 1340-3540, 04/2004, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 147 - 157
Powdery mildew fungi (Erysiphales, Ascomycota) are obligate biotrophs that infect a wide range of angiosperms. Phylogenetic analyses based on the nucleotide... 
Host range | rDNA | LifeSciences | Erysiphaceae | Molecular clock | Convergence | Molds (Fungi) | Analysis | DNA
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Mycoscience, ISSN 1340-3540, 01/2015, Volume 56, Issue 1, pp. 14 - 23
Two new species of the Erysiphales, and , are described and illustrated in this paper. These two fungi were first reported in 1977 and 1996 as spp. from Japan,... 
Photinia villosa | Phylogeny | Taxonomy | Erysiphaceae | Viburnum plicatum | MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD | JAPONICA | SEQUENCES | DNA | POWDERY MILDEW | MYCOLOGY | MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY
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Mycoscience, ISSN 1340-3540, 01/2013, Volume 54, Issue 1, pp. 75 - 86
Molecular phylogeny suggests a close relationship of Asteraceae to the early evolution of . The family Asteraceae, with a geographic origin in South America,... 
Biogeography | Paleogene | Molecular phylogeny | Erysiphaceae | Molecular clock | FUNGI | RDNA | OIDIUM SUBGENUS RETICULOIDIUM | GENUS NEOERYSIPHE | NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCES | LAND PLANTS | NUCLEAR RIBOSOMAL DNA | NORTHERN-HEMISPHERE | MYCOLOGY | LEVEILLULA
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Tropical Plant Pathology, ISSN 1982-5676, 12/2017, Volume 42, Issue 6, pp. 485 - 494
This report provides morphological descriptions of powdery mildews found on Malvaceae, Menispermaceae, Moraceae, Nyctaginaceae, Polygonaceae, Solanaceae and... 
Life Sciences | Plant Pathology | Anamorph | Molecular phylogeny | Biodiversity | Erysiphaceae | Tropics | UNCINULA | INDONESIA | REDISCOVERY | ASCOMYCOTA | SP NOV | MORPHOLOGY | PLANT SCIENCES
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Journal of General Plant Pathology, ISSN 1345-2630, 7/2013, Volume 79, Issue 4, pp. 218 - 226
Powdery mildew fungi, comprising 16 genera and ca. 900 species, are exclusively obligate biotrophs of plants. Although several publications have addressed the... 
Life Sciences | Plant Pathology | Microbiology | Derived character | Phylogenetic tree | DNA sequence | Agriculture | Ancestral character | Erysiphaceae | NUCLEAR RIBOSOMAL DNA | PLANT SCIENCES | Fungi | Phylogenetics | Genotype & phenotype | Evolutionary biology | Molecular biology | Appendages
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Mycoscience, ISSN 1340-3540, 07/2017, Volume 58, Issue 4, pp. 253 - 260
A new powdery mildew record and a new species from Thailand are reported in this paper. A fungus found on has an internal transcribed spacer (ITS) sequence... 
New species | Molecular phylogeny | Erysiphaceae | Powdery mildews | Erysiphales | ALPHITOIDES | REDISCOVERY | POWDERY MILDEW | ASCOMYCOTA | MYCOLOGY | REVEAL
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Mycoscience, ISSN 1340-3540, 07/2017, Volume 58, Issue 4, pp. 236 - 241
Previous reports revealed the importance of Thailand for diversity, systematics and evolution of powdery mildews. This report provides records of four... 
28S rRNA gene | Liquidambar acalycina | Molecular phylogeny | Taxonomy | Powdery mildews | POWDERY MILDEW | ASCOMYCOTA | MYCOLOGY
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Mycoscience, ISSN 1340-3540, 09/2017, Volume 58, Issue 5, pp. 378 - 382
spp. are commonly cultivated in parks or gardens as ornamental plants. Powdery mildew is one of the most important diseases of these plant species. Molecular... 
Cornus | DNA sequence | Cornaceae | Powdery mildew | EVOLUTION | MYCOLOGY | INFERENCE | MICROSPHAERA
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Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, ISSN 0009-2363, 2016, Volume 64, Issue 7, pp. 952 - 956
Oryza sativa L. (rice) is an important staple crop across the world. In the previous study, we identified 36 specialized (secondary) metabolites including 28... 
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Fungal Diversity, ISSN 1878-9129, 09/2017, Volume 86, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 594
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