Pleosporales


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Pleosporales

[‚plē·ə·spə′rā·lēz]
(botany)
The equivalent name for the lichenized Pseudophaeriales.
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(Solanaceae), predisposing the plant to infection by Alternaria (Pleosporales: Pleosporaceae) fungi.
The four isolated fungi from clay soil samples collected in area 1, with pH 6, belonged to the Ascomycota phylum and two strains were identified as belonging to the order Pleosporales, one of them identified as genera Bipolaris sp., and the species Penicillium funiculosum and Colletotrichum boninense.
Second, molecular identification and phylogenetic analysis showed that the isolated fungi performed seven distinct clades with a majority of the bootstrap values well above 90%, including Fusarium sp., Bionectriaceae, Pleosporales, Phomopsis sp., Exophiala jeanselmei, Auricularia polytricha, and Oudemansiella sp.
Este grupo morfologico de hongos pertenece a los ordenes Hysteriales, Mytilinidiales, Pattelariales y Pleosporales de la clase Dothideomycetes del Phylum Ascomycota (Kirk et al., 2008; Boehm et al., 2009a,b).
Ascomycota fungi belonging to the order Pleosporales (50%), Hypocreales (12.5%), Capnodiales (12.5%) and Eurotiales (12.5%), and undefined taxonomic order (12.5%) were isolated in 11 wheat grain.
Based on the ascomata opening by a flat circular lid, Shoemaker and Babcock [1] introduced Diademaceae, which they considered to be a unique family in the order Pleosporales. Initially five genera, that is, Clathrospora, Comoclathris, Diadema, Diademosa, and Macrospora, were included in the family [1].
This genus includes a heterogeneous group of saprophytic and pathogenic fungi, that belong to the division Ascomycota, class Dothideomycetes, order Pleosporales, and family Pleosporaceae [2].
The most prominent orders in Dothideomycetes were Pleosporales (median: 16.1%, range: 0.0%-50.9% for healthy dogs and a median of 15.0% and a range of 0.0%-81.4% for diseased dogs) and Capnodiales (median: 11.5%, range: <0.1%-36.0% for healthy dogs; median: 8.7%, range: 0.8%-81.8% for diseased dogs).
(2001) showed the similar rDNA-ITS variations in Coniothyrium minitans (Ascomycota; Pleosporales) and its related species viz; C.