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Dothideomycetidae

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Dothideomycetidae is a subclass of Dothideomycetes consisting of three orders: Dothideales, Myriangiales and Capnodiales.[1][2] The cavities of the sexual structures do not have vertical cells (paraphyses, pseudoparaphyses or paraphysoids[3]) growing between the sac-like cells bearing the sexual spores (asci).

References

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Dothideomycetidae: Brief Summary

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Dothideomycetidae is a subclass of Dothideomycetes consisting of three orders: Dothideales, Myriangiales and Capnodiales. The cavities of the sexual structures do not have vertical cells (paraphyses, pseudoparaphyses or paraphysoids) growing between the sac-like cells bearing the sexual spores (asci).

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