|Title:||Pythium sukuiense, a New Species from Undisturbed Natural Forest in Taiwan||Authors:||Wen-Hsiung Ko
|Keywords:||forest soil;indigenous fungus;Oomycota;taxonomy||Issue Date:||Jun-2004||Publisher:||Taylor & Francis||Journal Volume:||96||Journal Issue:||3||Start page/Pages:||647-649||Source:||Mycologia||Abstract:||
A new species, Pythium sukuiense, was isolated from an undisturbed natural forest in northern Taiwan. The fungus produces sporangia indistinguishable from hyphae and very small oogonia and oospores. Oogonia were smooth and terminal or intercalary and attached with a single antheridium. Oospores were aplerotic, with an average size of only 11 mum.
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