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- Jonathan, Rinita, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Annals of microbiology 2013 v.63 no.1 pp. 253-258
- Pythium; biological control; cucumbers; damping off; genes; internal transcribed spacers; lawns and turf; new species; oogonia; oospores; pathogens; phylogeny; ribosomal RNA; seedlings; soil sampling; taxon descriptions; tomatoes; turf grasses; vineyards; France; India; Tunisia
- ... Pythium echinogynum, sp. nov. was isolated from soil samples taken from the vineyards of Tunisia, France and also from a lawn sown with turf grass in India. The oomycete is characterised by the presence of both ornamented and smooth walled oogonia. The ornamented oogonia are provided with blunt spines that can be at times curved, 1–2 monoclinous antheridia that can at times wrap around the oogonia ...
- Jonathan, Rinita, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- FEMS microbiology letters 2009 v.295 no.2 pp. 164-169
- Pythium; fungi; genes; genetic databases; internal transcribed spacers; new species; ribosomal RNA; soil; soil sampling; taxon descriptions; Algeria; France; India; Tunisia; Turkey (country)
- ... Pythium stipitatum is a slow-growing oomycete and has been isolated from soil samples and plant materials from France, Tunisia, Turkey and India. Its morphological characteristics are reminiscent of those of Pythium ramificatum, discovered in Algeria by the corresponding author. Unfortunately, the Algerian isolate was not deposited in any culture collection and ultimately got lost. Those were the ...