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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
122Fruiting Body Shape in Gomphales and Clarification of Ramaria
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SystematicsKnudson, Alicia; Hibbett, David.Gomphales
Ramaria
Fruiting Body Transitions
130Fungal-fungal interactions structure populations and communities
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Ecological Consequences and Mechanisms of Fungal-Fungal InteractionsMay, Georgiana; Nelson, Paul.evolution
symbiosis
virulence
104Fungal-mediated biotransformation of DHEA (didehydroepiandrosterone) by Penicillium coprobium is associated with increased antimicrobial activity against bacteria and fungi
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Poster SessionFinlayson, Timothy John.Biotransformation by P. coprobium
221Fungal cell wall evolution reconstructed from genomes of early diverging fungi
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Emerging infectious diseases by zoosporic parasitesSain, Divya; Melida, Hugo; Bulone, Vincent; Stajich, Jason.evolution
wall composition
phylogenomics
chytrid
zoosporic
51Fungal competition for wood in the face of endophytes: Glory and consequence
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Ecological Consequences and Mechanisms of Fungal-Fungal InteractionsSong, Zewei; Vail, Andrew; Sadowsky, Michael; Liew, Fengjin; Schilling, Jonathan.
95Fungal Foliar Endophyte Dispersal: Testing the Foraging Ascomycete Hypothesis
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Poster SessionThomas, Daniel; Vandegrift, Roo; Ludden, Ashley; Carroll, George; Roy, Bitty.fungal endophytes
Foraging Ascomycte Hypothesis
dispersal
decomposer fungi
spatial ecology
47Fungal profiles of selected grains and grain products from U.S. retail
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Poster SessionTournas, V.H.; Niazi, N.S.; Katsoudas, E.J..Grains
grain products
fungal contaminants
218Fungal species recognition is being challenged by next-generation-sequencing and fungal generic concepts are being challenged by the new nomenclatoral code
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SystematicsTaylor, John W..nomenclature
Taxonomy
NGS (next-generation sequencing)
50Fungal Wars: a primer of interspecific fungal interactions
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Ecological Consequences and Mechanisms of Fungal-Fungal InteractionsBoddy, Lynne.basidiomycetes
antagonism
volatiles
wood decay
224Fungi at a small-scale: spatial zonation of fungal assemblages around single trees
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Fungal functional traits in a changing worldBranco, Sara; Bruns, Thomas D.; Singleton, Ian.
163Fungi contaminating bottled maple syrup
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Ecology/PathologyAnnis, Seanna; Hopkins, Kathy; Calder, Beth; Perkins, Brian.mycotoxins
food safety
maple syrup
115Fusarium graminearum ingress of the barley palea via phytoliths
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Poster SessionImboden, Lori; Afton, Drew; Trail, Frances.Fusarium
wheat
phytolith
pathogenesis
79Fusarium Inhabitants of Asymptomatic Wild Grasses
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Ecology/PathologyLofgren, Lotus A.; Lasin, Praphapan; Roelfs, Alan; Corby Kistler, H..Fusarium
mycotoxins
secondary metabolites
wild grasses

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