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   Taphrina alni 
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   Taphrina amygdali 
   Taphrina athyrii 
   Taphrina aurea 
   Taphrina betulina 
   Taphrina bullata 
   Taphrina caerulescens 
   Taphrina californica 
   Taphrina carnea 
   Taphrina carpini 
   Taphrina cerasi 
   Taphrina communis 
   Taphrina confusa 
   Taphrina crataegi 
   Taphrina dearnessii 
   Taphrina deformans 
   Taphrina epiphylla 
   Taphrina farlowii 
   Taphrina filicina 
   Taphrina flavorubra 
   Taphrina insititiae 
   Taphrina johansonii 
   Taphrina kruchii 
   Taphrina letifera 
   Taphrina maculans 
   Taphrina marginata 
   Taphrina mirabilis 
   Taphrina nana 
   Taphrina osmundae 
   Taphrina padi 
   Taphrina polystichi 
   Taphrina populi-salicis 
   Taphrina populina 
   Taphrina potentillae 
   Taphrina pruni 
   Taphrina pruni-subcordatae 
   Taphrina purpurascens 
   Taphrina quercus 
   Taphrina rhaetica 
   Taphrina rhizophora 
   Taphrina robinsoniana 
   Taphrina sacchari 
   Taphrina sadebeckii 
   Taphrina tormentillae 
   Taphrina tosquinetii 
   Taphrina turgida 
   Taphrina ulmi 
   Taphrina umbelliferarum 
   Taphrina vestergrenii 
   Taphrina virginica 
   Taphrina wettsteiniana 
   Taphrina wiesneri 
Latest Articles on Taphrina Fr. 1815 from uBioRSS
Hosts of Plum Curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Coleoptera: Curcul... - Environmental Entomology

Taphrina alni
Stuart Dunlop - Northern Ireland Fungus Group

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1.  A chromosome-scale assembly of the smallest Dothideomycete genome reveals a unique genome compaction mechanism in filamentous fungi.LinkIT
Wang B, Liang X, Gleason ML, Hsiang T, Zhang R, Sun G
BMC genomics, 2020

2.  Fungal Microbiota of Sea Buckthorn Berries at Two Ripening Stages and Volatile Profiling of Potential Biocontrol Yeasts.LinkIT
Luk?a J, Vep?tait?-Monstavi?? I, Ap?egait? V, Bla?yt?-?ere?kien? L, Stanevi?ien? R, Strazdait?-?ielien? ?, Ravoityt? B, Aleknavi?ius D, B?da V, Moz?raitis R, Servien? E
Microorganisms, 2020

3.  Extensive chromosomal rearrangements and rapid evolution of novel effector superfamilies contribute to host adaptation and speciation in the basal ascomycetous fungi.LinkIT
Wang Q, Sun M, Zhang Y, Song Z, Zhang S, Zhang Q, Xu JR, Liu H
Molecular plant pathology, 2020

4.  Draft Genome Sequence of the Birch Tree Fungal Pathogen Taphrina betulina UCD315.LinkIT
Heneghan P, Ryan AP, Nimmo D, Duggan C, Kumar P, O'Gaora P, Ó 'Cinnéide E, Byrne KP, Wolfe KH, O'Brien CE, Butler G
Microbiology resource announcements, 2019

5.  Yeasts producing zeatin.LinkIT
Streletskii RA, Kachalkin AV, Glushakova AM, Yurkov AM, Demin VV
PeerJ, 2019

6.  Cyanase-independent utilization of cyanate as a nitrogen source in ascomycete yeasts.LinkIT
Linder T
World journal of microbiology & biotechnology, 2018

7.  Resistance to an eriophyid mite in an interspecific hybrid pedigree of Populus.LinkIT
Newcombe G, Muchero W, Busby PE
PloS one, 2018

8.  Tissue age and plant genotype affect the microbiota of apple and pear bark.LinkIT
Arrigoni E, Antonielli L, Pindo M, Pertot I, Perazzolli M
Microbiological research, 2018

9.  Distribution of apple and blackcurrant microbiota in Lithuania and the Czech Republic.LinkIT
Vep?tait?-Monstavi?? I, Luk?a J, Stanevi?ien? R, Strazdait?-?ielien? ?, Yurchenko V, Serva S, Servien? E
Microbiological research, 2018

10.  The enigmatic Mixia osmundae revisited: a systematic review including new distributional data and recent advances in its phylogeny and phylogenomics.LinkIT
Sugiyama J, Nishida H, Hosoya T, Kakishima M
Mycologia, 2018