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Zhuang, Jieli, Mingqi Zhu, Rong Zhang, Hui Lin, Yaping Lei, Guangyu Sun & Mark L. Gleason. Phialophora sessilis, a species causing flyspeck signs on bamboo in China. Mycotaxon 113: 405–413. 2010.

ABSTRACT: Phialophora sessilis is reported and redescribed from China. It is distinguished from the other known species in the genus by reduced, flaring phialidic collarettes and clusters of single-celled conidia. ITS sequence analysis of four strains from Xianning, Hubei, China, attributed to the species shows it to be clearly distinct.

KEYWORDS: phialide, taxonomy, genetic analysis, sooty blotch, Gramineae

   
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