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Плеоспоровые - Pleosporales 8/30/15

The Pleosporales is the largest order in the fungal class Dothideomycetes. By a 2008 estimate it contains 23 families, 332 genera and more than 4700 species. The majority of species are saprobes on decaying plant material in fresh water, marine, or terrestrial environments, but several species are also associated with living plants as parasites, epiphytes or endophytes. The best studied species cause plant diseases on important agricultural crops e.g. Cochliobolus heterostrophus, causing southern corn leaf blight on maize, Phaeosphaeria nodorum (Stagonospora nodorum) causing glume blotch on wheat and Leptosphaeria maculans causing a stem canker (called blackleg) on cabbage crops (Brassica). Some species of Pleosporales occur on animal dung and a small number occur as lichens and rock-inhabiting fungi.
Вентуриевые - Venturiaceae The Venturiaceae are a family of fungi in the order Pleosporales. Several of the species in this family are plant...

Вентуриевые - Venturiaceae

The Venturiaceae are a family of fungi in the order Pleosporales. Several of the species in this family are plant pathogens.

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