Dematiaceae


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Dematiaceae

[də‚mad·ē′ās·ē‚ē]
(mycology)
A family of fungi in the order Moniliales; sporophores are not grouped, hyphae are always dark, and the spores are hyaline or dark.
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The fungal flora was dominated by Moniliaceae, and Tuberculariaceae and Dematiaceae were absent in natural ultramafic soils.
Two genera of Dematiaceae and Tuberculariaceae (Cladosporium and Cylindrocarpon) which were not represented in the natural non-ploughed soil, were found in very small numbers on the cropped soils.
Acrostalagmus Fungi--A fungus belonging to the family Dematiaceae. (1) Acrostalagmus albus Pr., a fungus which attacks brown scale on citrus.
The cultivar was released in Bangladesh in 1995 for stable and high yield with combined resistance to rust [caused by Uromyces fabae (Pers.) de Bary; Pucciniaceae, Uredinales] and stemphylium blight (caused by Stemphylium botryosum Wallr.; Dematiaceae, Hyphales).