Global quasi-geostrophic theory W.T.M. Verkley ∗ Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), De Bilt, Netherlands * Corresponding author address: Dr. W.T.M. Verkley, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), P.O. Box 201,3730 AE De Bilt, Netherlands.
Systematic reappraisal of Coniellaand Pilidiella, with specific reference to species occurring on Eucalyptus and Vitisin South Africa JanM. VANNIEKERK 1, J. Z. 'Ewald'GROENEWALD 2, Gerard J. M. VERKLEY 2, Paul H. FOURIE 1, MichaelJ.
Paraconiothyrium fungicola Verkley & Wicklow sp. nov., Paraconiothyrium minitans (W.A. Campb.) Verkley comb. nov., Paraconiothyrium sporulosum (W. Gams & Domsch) Verkley comb. nov.
Aveskamp, Gruyter & Verkley, Pey. pomorum var. circinata (Kusnezowa) Aveskamp, Gruyter & Verkley, Pey. pomorum var. cyanea (Jooste & Papendorf) Aveskamp, Gruyter & Verkley, Pey. obtusa (Fuckel) Aveskamp, Gruyter & Verkley, Pey. pinodella (L.K. Jones) Aveskamp, Gruyter & Verkley, Pey. pinodes (Berk.
Verkley and Priest (2000) pointed out that it may be impos-sibletodelimit Septoria from Stagonospora by strict morphological criteria alone. Our results support the conclusions of Crousetal (2001b), thatconidiomatal structure has little value for predicting phylogenetic relatedness among taxa in ...
In recent decades, these species were con-sideredmembersof the genus Pezicula, but recent data and revisions have shown that they belong to Neofab-raea (Verkley 1999, Abeln, de Pagter&Verkley 2000).
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This fungus was systematically classifi ed in the order of Pleosporales and was reclassified as Paraconiothyrium minitans , based on anamorphic characteristics, maximum parsimony analysis of ITS and SSUnrDNA sequences (Verkley et al . 2004) but due to common usage, Coniothyrium minitans continues to be ...
Fungal Diversity 19 Eucalyptus microfungi known from culture. 3. Eucasphaeria and Sympoventuria genera nova, and new species of Furcaspora , Harknessia , Heteroconium and Phacidiella Pedro W. Crous 1*, Caroline Mohammed 2, Morag Glen 2, Gerard J.M. Verkley 1 and Johannes Z. Groenewald 1 1 ...
fungi was Paraconiothyrium variabile Damm, Verkley and Crous, which had been confirmed by both morphological and 5.8S rDNA/ITS analyses. The capability of utilizing several lignin model compounds