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Notes on Five Endophytic Fungal Species Isolated from Needle Leaves of Conifers in Korea
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Mycology
  • Volume 44, Issue 1,  2016, pp.51-56
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Mycology
  • DOI : 10.4489/KJM.2016.44.1.51
 Title & Authors
Notes on Five Endophytic Fungal Species Isolated from Needle Leaves of Conifers in Korea
Lee, Bong-Hyung; Eo, Ju-Kyeong; Eom, Ahn-Heum;
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 Abstract
Diverse endophytic fungi were isolated from surface-sterilized leaves of three species of conifers inhabiting various sites in Korea: Abies nephrolepis, Pinus koraiensis and Taxus cuspidate. The isolates were identified based on morphological characteristics and sequences analysis of both internal transcribed spacer and large subunit regions of rDNA. In this paper, we report on five previously unreported species of endophytic fungi isolated from conifers: Biscogniauxia maritime, Nemania diffusa, Pezicula carpinea, Phomopsis juglandina and Sydowia polyspora.
 Keywords
Biscogniauxia maritime;Nemania diffusa;Pezicula carpinea;Phomopsis juglandina;Sydowia polyspora;
 Language
Korean
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