Cylindrocladium species are associated with various hosts and induce symptoms ranging from leaf spots to cutting and pod rot. Taxa in this complex are especially important in tropical and subtropical regions throughout the world. These fungi affect an array of plants including rhododendron, conifers, eucalyptus, ginkgo biloba, macadamia, peanuts, papaya, soybeans, and various other plants.Taxonomy and Pathology of Cylindrocladium (Calonectria) and Allied Genera covers over 50 species, including discussions of baiting and isolation, pathogenicity, diseases and symptoms, disease control, morphological methods and features, cultures, molecular and other techniques for species identification, phylogeny based on sequence data, treatment of species, and much more.
Mycologists, Plant Pathologists, Forest Pathologists, Diagnosticians, Extension Officers, and anyone interested in Cylindrocladium or allied genera will find this resource useful in the field, the disease clinic, and the laboratory.
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