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Bipolaris microstegiiAuthor(s): Andrew M. Minnis; Amy Y. Rossman; Nathan M. Kleczewski; S. Luke. Flory
Source: In: Crous, P.W., Shivas R.G.; Wingfield M.J., et al. Fungal planet description sheets: 128-153. Persoonia. 29: 151.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionMany species of Bipolaris are important pathogens of grasses. This new species was isolated from Microstegium vimineum, an invasive plant in the USA. The fungus causes disease on Microstegium, but it also infects a wider range of hosts.
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CitationMinnis, Andrew M.; Rossman, Amy Y.; Kleczewski, Nathan M.; Flory, S. Luke. 2012. Bipolaris microstegii. In: Crous, P.W., Shivas R.G.; Wingfield M.J., et al. Fungal planet description sheets: 128-153. Persoonia. 29: 150-151.
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