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Mycosphaerella and its Anamorphs: 1. Names published in Cercospora and Passalora

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Series: CBS Biodiversity Series Volume: 1
By: Pedro W Crous(Author), Uwe Braun(Author)
571 pages, 31 b/w line drawings
Mycosphaerella and its Anamorphs: 1. Names published in Cercospora and Passalora
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  • Mycosphaerella and its Anamorphs: 1. Names published in Cercospora and Passalora ISBN: 9789070351496 Hardback Dec 2003 Out of Print #172226
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The present study represents a compilation of more than 3000 names that have been published or proposed in Cercospora, of which 659 are presently recognised in this genus, with a further 281 being referred to C. apii s.lat. Approximately 550 names of Passalora emend. (incl. Mycovellosiella, Phaeoramularia, Tandonella and Phaeoisariopsis p.p.) are treated in a second list. In total 5720 names are treated. Cercosporoid genera are mainly separated based on a combination of characters, of which the structure of conidiogenous loci (scars) and hila, and the presence or absence of pigmentation in conidiophores and conidia are considered to be the most important. Four hundred and fifty three taxonomic novelties are proposed.

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Out of Print
Series: CBS Biodiversity Series Volume: 1
By: Pedro W Crous(Author), Uwe Braun(Author)
571 pages, 31 b/w line drawings
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