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Title: Species of Chrysoporthe pathogenic to Melastomataceae in Brazil
Other Titles: Espécies de Chrysoporthe patogênicas a Melastomataceae no Brasil
Authors: Ferreira, Maria Alves
Oliveira, Mara Elisa Soares de
Oliveira, Mara Elisa Soares de
Melo, Lucas Amaral de
Silva, Júlio Carlos Pereira da
Garcia, Flávio Augusto de Oliveira
Keywords: Phylogeny
Miconia spp.
Rhynchanthera grandiflora
Chrysoporthe brasiliensis
Chrysoporthe doradensis
Chrysoporthe puriensis
Minas Gerais state (Brazil)
Minas Gerais
Issue Date: 23-Jan-2023
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Lavras
Citation: SILVA, G. A. Species of Chrysoporthe pathogenic to Melastomataceae in Brazil. 2022. 66 p. Tese (Doutorado em Agronomia/Fitopatologia)–Universidade Federal de Lavras, Lavras, 2022.
Abstract: Chrysoporthe species are well known to cause canker and mortality in woody species of the Myrtaceae and Melastomataceae families. The later family is one of the largest families of angiosperms worldwide, with species widely used in urban afforestation and environmentally important for the recovery of degraded areas, acting as pioneer species during the process of secondary succession. Thus, the present study aimed to conduct the phylogenetic, morphological and pathogenic characterization of the of fungal isolates obtained from trees belonging to the Melastomataceae family with symptoms of canker, branch dryness and mortality in southeastern Brazil. The first article treats the description of a new species of Chrysoporthe found in southeastern Brazil causing canker and mortality in Miconia spp. and Rhynchanthera grandiflora. The second article is related the occurrence of Chrysoporthe doradensis on R. grandiflora and of Chrysoporthe puriensis on R. grandiflora and Miconia theaezans in the south of Minas Gerais state.
Description: Arquivo retido, a pedido da autora, até janeiro de 2024.
Appears in Collections:Agronomia/Fitopatologia - Doutorado (Teses)

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