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Thraustotheca terrestris (Oomycetes), a new species from Argentine agricultural soil

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Thraustotheca terrestris sp. nov. occurring in agricultural soil with organic matter (twigs, leaves and roots of wheat, soybean and sunflower) in Buenos Aires province (Argentina) is described, illustrated and compared with other species of the genus. The species produces diclinous and monoclinous antheridial branches, smooth oogonia and eccentric oospores. This Argentine species differs from T. clavata in having both diclinous and monoclinous antheridial branches, the zoosporangia being terminal or intercalary, stout and longer, lacking secondary mycelial branches. The oospores are larger and 1-8(-16) in number.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: August 1, 2002

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  • Nova Hedwigia is an international journal publishing original, peer-reviewed papers on current issues of taxonomy, morphology, ultrastructure and ecology of all groups of cryptogamic plants, including cyanophytes/cyanobacteria and fungi. The half-tone plates in Nova Hedwigia are known for their high quality, which makes them especially suitable for the reproduction of photomicrographs and scanning and transmission electron micrographs.
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