Loculoascomycetes

Loculoascomycetes

[‚lō·kə·lō‚as·kō·mī′sēd‚ēz]
(mycology)
A class in the subdivision Ascomycotina composed of organisms that form a well-developed mycelium which bears the sexual (ascus) and asexual (conidium) states, and that are distinguished from other ascomycetes by their method of ascocarp formation and their ascus structure.
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(Loculoascomycetes, Pleosporales), a facultatively saprophytic, necrotrophic pathogen that attacks many crucifers, especially in the genus Brassica (Gabrielson 1983).