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Journal:   FOREST AND RANGE PROTECTION RESEARCH   spring-summer 2018 , Volume 16 , Number 1 (31) #l00555; Page(s) 48 To 71.
 
Paper: 

Introducing twelve new hosts for Powdery mildew Fungi ( Erysiphales)

 
 
Author(s):  SEPAHVAND K., DARVISHNIA M.*, KHODAPARAST SEYED AKBAR, BAZGIR E.
 
* Deparment of Plant protection, Agriculture Faculty, Lorestan University, Lorestan, Iran
 
Abstract: 
Erysiphales are a group of biotrophic fungi, affecting a wide range of monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants. These Fungi have a global distribution, the fungi and their hosts’ distribution varies in different regions of the world. In this research, a group of infected plants was collected from Oshtran Kouh protected area in Lorestan province. After microscopic studies, six species of fungi were identified from 12 plant hosts. The fungus of Leveillula taurica on Silene chlorifolia, Dianthus macranthoides, Silene casarea, Achilea tenuifolia, Seratula cerintifolia and Scariola orientalis; Leveillula brauni on Eryngium noeanum; Leveillula duriaei on Euphorbia virgate; Leveillula lanata on Teuchrium orientale and salvia multicaulism; Golovinomyces cynoglossi on Myositis palustris and Podosphaera dipsacacearum on Pterocephalus plumosus were identified. The report of these fungi from the plants of Silene cholorifolia, Dianthus macranthoides, Silene casarea, Achilea tenuifolia, Seratula cerintifolia, Scariola orientalis, Teuchrium orientale, Salvia multicaulis, Eryngium noeanum and Euphorbia virgata, the first report of the world, and the reported fungus from Pterocephalus plumosus is the second report from the world and the reported fungus on Myositis palustris host is the first report from Asia and Iran.
 
Keyword(s): Erysiphales,Iran,New hosts
 
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