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Chionanthus (Oleaceae), a new host genus for the powdery mildew Phyllactinia fraxini (Erysiphaceae)
Author(s): M. Piatek
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Nova Hedwigia
Article Topic(s): Fungi,Pathology
Research Setting(s): Garden
Species Referenced: Chionanthus virginicus (White fringetree),
AbstractDescribes the first report of Phyllactinia fraxini, a powdery mildew, on Chionanthus virginicus. The powdery mildew was previously only known from Fraxinus species.
Suggested CitationM. Piatek. "Chionanthus (Oleaceae), a new host genus for the powdery mildew Phyllactinia fraxini (Erysiphaceae)." Nova Hedwigia 77.3-4 (2003): 379-381.