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Taxonomy, phylogeny, and ecology of bark-inhabiting and tree-pathogenic…

by Marieka Gryzenhout

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0890543674, Paperback)

This monograph aid in the identification and study of fungi in the Cryphonectriaceae. Numerous studies revising the taxonomy of Cryphonectria or reporting on new hosts of these fungi have been published during the course of the past decade. The aim of this book is to draw together all recent and relevant information relating to the Cryphonectriaceae in one volume. This will considerably enhance the ability of plant pathologists, mycologists, and forest scientists to identify the important fungi residing in this Cryphonectriaceae family. The DNA database, keys, and descriptions for all Cryphonectria species and related taxa will also enhance the ability of those involved in quarantine regulations to recognize these fungi and help to reduce the chance of their accidental introduction into new areas.



Important features include:

All current and key literature related to the important tree pathogens residing in the Cryphonectriaceae

Identification keys, illustrated descriptions, and taxonomic summaries of all species currently in the Cryphonectriaceae

Phylogenetic comparisons that act as a quick reference to all important sequences, DNA matrices, and techniques that will enable characterization of new species

Hosts and species and their global geographical distribution

Color photographs of tree disease symptoms

Laboratory and identification techniques to this specialized group of fungi

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