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Prevalence of feline calicivirus and the distribution of serum neutralizing antibody against isolate strains in cats of Hangzhou, China

Zheng M, Li Z, Fu X, Lv Q, Yang Y, Shi F

Background Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a common pathogen of felids, and FCV vaccination is regularly practiced. The genetic variability and antigenic diversity of FCV hinder the effective control and prevention of...
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A New Marine Species of Miracula (Oomycota) Parasitic to Minidiscus sp. in Iceland

Buaya AT, Scholz B, Thines M

Obligate endoparasitic oomycetes are known to ubiquitously occur in marine and freshwater diatoms, but their diversity is still largely unexplored. Many of these parasitoids are members of the early-diverging oomycete...
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Taxonomic Revision of the Genus Lactifluus (Russulales, Basidiomycota) of South Korea

Lee H, Wissitrassameewong K, Park MS, Fong JJ, Verbeken A, Kim C, Lim YW

Lactifluus(Pers.) Roussel is an ectomycorrhizal genus that was recently recognized to be distinct from the genus Lactarius. To date, 226 Lactifluus species have been reported worldwide. Misidentification of Lactifluus species...
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Seven New Records of Penicillium Species Belonging to Section Lanata-Divaricata in Korea

Pangging M, Nguyen TTT, Lee HB

Penicillium species are known to be ubiquitous environmental saprophytes. In the survey of diversity of genus Penicillium , seven new records of Penicillium species belonging to section Lanata-Divaricata were isolated...
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Four Unrecorded Aspergillus Species from the Rhizosphere Soil in South Korea

Lee JW, Kim SH, You YH, Lim YW, Park MS

The genus Aspergillus is commonly isolated from various marine and terrestrial environments; however, only a few species have been studied in rhizosphere soil. As part of the Korean indigenous fungal excavation...
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Kordyana commelinae Associated with White Smut-like Disease on Commelina communis and C. minor in Korea

Park JH, Jung BN, Choi IY, Shin HD

A fungus of the genus Kordyana, found on leaves of Commelina communis and C. minor exhibiting white smut-like symptoms, was identified as Kordyana commelinae based on morphological characteristics and two...
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Diaporthe taoicola and D. siamensis, Two New Records on Citrus sinensis in China

Cui MJ, Wei X, Xia PL, Yi JP, Yu ZH, Deng JX, Li QL

Two Diaporthe species isolated from fruit of Citrus sinensis in China were characterized based on morphology and multilocus phylogeny of ITS, tef1, and tub2 gene sequences. The phylogeny indicated that...
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Two New Species in the Family Cunninghamellaceae from China

Zhao H, Zhu J, Zong TK, Liu XL, Ren LY, Lin Q, Qiao M, Nie Y, Zhang ZD, Liu XY

The species within the family Cunninghamellaceae are widely distributed and produce important metabolites. Morphological studies along with a molecular phylogeny based on the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) and large subunit...
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Taxonomical Study of Noteworthy Species of Botryosphaeria in Japan

Hattori Y, Ando Y, Sasaki A, Uechi N, Nakashima C

The reexamination of the fungal genus Botryosphaeria on 12 plant species of 10 families was carried out based on molecular phylogenetic analyses using the regions of translation elongation factor 1-α,...
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Six Newly Recorded Fungal Taxa from Freshwater Niche in Korea

Lim HJ, Nguyen TTT, Lee HB

Six interesting fungal strains were isolated during a survey of fungal diversity associated with freshwater; these strains were designated as CNUFC YJW2-22, CNUFC MSW11-6-2, CNUFC HRS5-3, CNUFC MSW242-6, CNUFC DMW2-2,...
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Occurrence and Molecular Identification of Microcotyle sebastis Isolated from Fish Farms of the Korean Rockfish, Sebastes schlegelii

Song JY, Kim KY, Choi SW

Microcotyle sebastis is a gill monogenean ectoparasite that causes serious problems in the mariculture of the Korean rockfish, Sebastes schlegelii. In this study, we isolated the parasite from fish farms...
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Pestalotiopsis kaki sp. nov., a Novel Species Isolated from Persimmon Tree (Diospyros kaki) Bark in Korea

Das K, Lee SY, Jung HY

During the screening of Korean microflora, a fungal strain (KNU-PT-1804) belonging to the genus Pestalotiopsis was isolated from persimmon tree (Diospyros kaki) bark collected from North Gyeongsang Province, Korea. The...
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Outstanding Pinkish Brown-Spored Neotropical Boletes: Austroboletus subflavidus and Fistulinella gloeocarpa (Boletaceae, Boletales) from the Dominican Republic

Gelardi M, Angelini C, Costanzo F, Ercole E, Ortiz-Santana B, Vizzini A

The occurrence of Austroboletus subflavidus and Fistulinella gloeocarpa is documented from the Dominican Republic. The latter species is reported for the first time outside its original locality in Martinique, extending...
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Morphology and Phylogeny of Two Novel Species within the Class Dothideomycetes Collected from Soil in Korea

Das K, Lee SY, Jung HY

Two fungal strains (KNU-JJ-1827 and KNU-JJ-1829) belonging to the class Dothideomycetes were discovered from Jeju Island, Korea during this investigation of soil microfungi. Strain KNU-JJ-1827 showed fewer conidial septations, larger...
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Genotypes of Echinococcus Species from Cattle in Tanzania

Bia MM, Choe S, Ndosi BA, Park H, Kang Y, Eamudomkarn C, Nath TC, Kim S, Jeon HK, Lee D, Eom KS

Cystic echinococcosis is a zoonotic parasitic disease caused by Echinococcus species. Tanzania is one of the endemic countries with cystic echinococcosis. This study focussed on identifying genotypes of Echinococcus spp....
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Epidemiological Characteristics of Field Tick-Borne Pathogens in Gwang-ju Metropolitan Area, South Korea, from 2014 to 2018

Park JW, Lee SH, Lee GS, Seo JJ, Chung JK

Objectives The importance of tick-borne diseases is increasing because of climate change, with a lack of long-term studies on tick-borne pathogens in South Korea. To understand the epidemiological characteristics of tick-borne...
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Plasmopara elegantissima sp. nov. (Oomycota, Peronosporales), a Downy Mildew Species Specialized to Impatiens textori (Balsaminaceae)

Choi YJ, Görg M, Shin HD, Thines M

Over the past 15 years, downy mildew became the most destructive foliar disease in cultivated Impatiens species (Balsaminaceae) worldwide. A previous study had revealed that the causal agent was not...
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Molecular epidemiology of Aleutian mink disease virus causing outbreaks in mink farms from Southwestern Europe: a retrospective study from 2012 to 2019

Prieto A, Fernández-Antonio R, López-Lorenzo G, Díaz-Cao JM, López-Novo C, Remesar S, Panadero R, Díaz P, Morrondo P, Díez-Baños P, Fernández G

Background: Aleutian mink disease virus (AMDV) causes major economic losses in fur-bearing animal production. The control of most AMDV outbreaks is complex due to the difficulties of establishing the source...
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Nigrospora Species Associated with Various Hosts from Shandong Peninsula, China

Hao Y, Aluthmuhandiram JVS, Chethana KWT, Manawasinghe IS, Li X, Liu M, Hyde KD, Phillips AJL, Zhang W

Nigrospora is a monophyletic genus belonging to Apiosporaceae. Species in this genus are phytopathogenic, endophytic, and saprobic on different hosts. In this study, leaf specimens with disease symptoms were collected...
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Note of Five Unrecorded Mushrooms Including Three Rare Species on Mount Juwang in Korea

Kwon SL, Jang S, Kim C, Lim YW, Kim JJ

The Mount Juwang was designated as a national park in 1976 because of its unique bedrock geology. Although Juwang National Park has maintained its natural ecosystem well, few macrofungal surveys...
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