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Citation for Study 20157

About Citation title: "Acrodictys-like wood decay fungi from southern China, with two new families Acrodictyaceae and Junewangiaceae.".
About Study name: "Acrodictys-like wood decay fungi from southern China, with two new families Acrodictyaceae and Junewangiaceae.".
About This study is part of submission 20157 (Status: Published).

Citation

Xia J.W., Ma Y.R., Gao J.M., Yang C.L., Wang J.Y., Li Z., & Zhang X.G. 2017. Acrodictys-like wood decay fungi from southern China, with two new families Acrodictyaceae and Junewangiaceae. Scientific Reports, 7: 7888.

Authors

  • Xia J.W.
  • Ma Y.R.
  • Gao J.M.
  • Yang C.L.
  • Wang J.Y.
  • Li Z.
  • Zhang X.G.

Abstract

During our continuing survey (20122016) of saprophytic hyphomycetes from dead branches in the forest ecosystems of southern China, we collected several Acrodictys-like species. Acrodictys-like species are characterized by darkly pigmented and muriform conidia produced from holoblastic conidiogenous cells on macronematous, mononematous, cylindrical and unbranched or infrequently branched conidiophores. Phylogenetic analyses of LSU, SSU, ITS and β-tubulin sequence data leads us to propose two novel families, Acrodictaceae (Sordariomycetes) and Junewangiaceae (Sordariomycetes). In addition, a new genus, a new species and a new combinations are introduced. Two names, Acrodictys globulosa and Acrodictys malabarica, are resurrected.

Keywords

Asexual fungi, Hyphomycetes, muriform conidia, multigene analysis, systematics

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