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Glomerellales

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Glomerellales[1] is an order of fungi within the subclass Hypocreomycetidae. Unlike other orders within Hypocreomycetidae, members of the Glomerellales exhibit a darkly pigmented perithecia.[2] The order was first recognized by Chadefaud (1960), although it was not validly published at this time. It has since been cited by Lanier et al. (1978) and invalidly published by Locquin (1984).[2] However the Glomerellales was still not valid until M. Réblová et al. study in 2011[1]

Families

Glomerellales contains three families:[1]

Latin Diagnosis

Latin Diagnosis of Glomerellales:

"Ascomata perithecia, brunnea usque nigra, nonnumquam sclerotioidea, ostiolum periphysatum. Pariete ascomatum 2-3-stratoso. Hamathecium paraphyses verae. Asci unitunicati, brevi-stipitati, parte apicali iodo non reagente. Ascosporae hyalinae vel pallide pigmentatae, 0-pluri-cellulares. Anamorphe: conidia modo phialidico orientia."[1]

English translation:

Perithecia darkly pigmented, sometimes becoming ± sclerotial. Perithecial wall 2–3-layered, ostiolum periphysate. Interascal tissue of thin-walled, tapering paraphyses. Asci unitunicate, thin walled, ascal apex thickened without visible discharge mechanism or thin-walled with a distinct apical annulus, inamyloid, 8-spored. Ascospores hyaline or pigmented, 0–several-septate. Anamorphs with phialidic conidiogenesis.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Réblová, M.; Gams, W.; Seifert, K. A. (2011-03-01). "Monilochaetes and allied genera of the Glomerellales, and a reconsideration of families in the Microascales". Studies in Mycology. 68: 163–191. doi:10.3114/sim.2011.68.07. PMC 3065989. PMID 21523193.
  2. ^ a b ZHANG, NING; WANG, ZHENG (2015). Esser, Karl (ed.). Systematics and Evolution. The Mycota (2nd ed.). Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. p. 63. ISBN 978-3-662-46010-8.
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Glomerellales: Brief Summary

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Glomerellales is an order of fungi within the subclass Hypocreomycetidae. Unlike other orders within Hypocreomycetidae, members of the Glomerellales exhibit a darkly pigmented perithecia. The order was first recognized by Chadefaud (1960), although it was not validly published at this time. It has since been cited by Lanier et al. (1978) and invalidly published by Locquin (1984). However the Glomerellales was still not valid until M. Réblová et al. study in 2011

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