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primary homothallism-relation to heterothallism in the regulation of sexual morphogenesis in sistotrema.the wood-rotting basidiomycete, sistotrema brinkmannii, is an aggregate of biological species possessing several variations-homothallism, bipolar heterothallism and tetrapolar heterothallism-on the genetic regulation of a critical phase of development. nutritionally forced intra- and interspecific matings provide genetic information about the relatedness of homothallic isolates, the relation of the various species to one another, the genetic basis of homothallism, and its relationship to heterot ...197517248683
molecular systematics of the cotton root rot pathogen, phymatotrichopsis omnivora.cotton root rot is an important soilborne disease of cotton and numerous dicot plants in the south-western united states and mexico. the causal organism, phymatotrichopsis omnivora (= phymatotrichum omnivorum), is known only as an asexual, holoanamorphic (mitosporic) fungus, and produces conidia resembling those of botrytis. although the corticoid basidiomycetes phanerochaete omnivora (polyporales) and sistotrema brinkmannii (cantharellales; both agaricomycetes) have been suggested as teleomorph ...200920198139
phymatotrichum (cotton) root rot caused by phymatotrichopsis omnivora: retrospects and prospects.phymatotrichum (cotton or texas) root rot is caused by the soil-borne fungus phymatotrichopsis omnivora (duggar) hennebert. the broad host range of the fungus includes numerous crop plants, such as alfalfa and cotton. together with an overview of existing knowledge, this review is aimed at discussing the recent molecular and genomic approaches that have been undertaken to better understand the disease development at the molecular level with the ultimate goal of developing resistant germplasm. ta ...201020447281
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