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Open Access A new endophytic species of Chaetomium from Jatropha podagrica

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A new endophytic species of Chaetomium from fruits of Jatropha podagrica is described from Maharashtra State, India. A combined sequence dataset of the ITS region, LSU rDNA, and β-tubulin genes supports recognition of this fungus as a new species that is largely concordant with morphological characters. Chaetomium jatrophae is characterized by spirally coiled, predominantly unbranched, and coarsely roughened terminal ascomatal hairs and elongate-ellipsoidal ascospores with a subapical or lateral germ pore. It is a mesophilic Chaetomium species with a temperature maximum of 40±0.2°C.
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Keywords: CHAETOMIACEAE; EUPHORBIACEAE; PHYLOGENY; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 10, 2013

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