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    1. Linder-Basso, D; Foglia, R; Zhu, P; Hillman, BI
      Crypt1, an active Ac-like transposon from the chestnut blight fungus, Cryphonectria parasitica

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
    2. El Omari, B; Fleck, I; Aranda, X; Moret, A; Nadal, M
      Effect of fungal infection on leaf gas-exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence in Quercus ilex

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    3. McGuire, IC; Marra, RE; Turgeon, BG; Milgroom, MG
      Analysis of mating-type genes in the chestnut blight fungus, Cryphonectriaparasitica

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    4. Kauserud, H; Schumacher, T
      Outcrossing or inbreeding: DNA markers provide evidence for type of reproductive mode in Phellinus nigrolimitatus (Basidiomycota)

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    5. Harvey, PR; Butterworth, PJ; Hawke, BG; Pankhurst, CE
      Genetic and pathogenic variation among cereal, medic and sub-clover isolates of Pythium irregulare

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    6. Ahn, IP; Lee, YH
      A viral double-stranded RNA up regulates the fungal virulence of Nectria radicicola

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    7. Anagnostakis, SL
      American chestnut sprout survival with biological control of the chestnut-blight fungus population

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    8. Amorini, E; Manetti, MC; Turchetti, T; Sansotta, A; Villani, F
      Impact of silvicultural system on Cryphonectria parasitica incidence and on genetic variability in a chestnut coppice in Central Italy

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    9. Venter, M; Wingfield, MJ; Coutinho, TA; Wingfield, BD
      Molecular characterization of Endothia gyrosa isolates from Eucalyptus in South Africa and Australia

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    10. Marra, RE; Milgroom, MG
      The mating system of the fungus Cryphonectria parasitica: selfing and self-incompatibility

      HEREDITY
    11. Cao, QN; Stubbs, M; Ngo, KQP; Ward, M; Cunningham, A; Pai, EF; Tu, GC; Hofmann, T
      Penicillopepsin-JT2, a recombinant enzyme from Penicillium janthinellum and the contribution of a hydrogen bond in subsite S-3 to k(cat)

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    12. Bidochka, MJ; Melzer, MJ; Lavender, TM; Kamp, AM
      Genetically related isolates of the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae harbour homologous dsRNA viruses

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    13. Sexton, AC; Paulsen, M; Woestemeyer, J; Howlett, BJ
      Cloning, characterization and chromosomal location of three genes encodinghost-cell-wall-degrading enzymes in Leptosphaeria maculans, a fungal pathogen of Brassica spp.

      GENE
    14. Liu, YC; Durrett, R; Milgroom, MG
      A spatially-structured stochastic model to simulate heterogenous transmission of viruses in fungal populations

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    15. Peever, TL; Liu, YC; Cortesi, P; Milgroom, MG
      Variation in tolerance and virulence in the chestnut blight fungus-hypovirus interaction

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Bertrand, H
      Role of mitochondrial DNA in the senescence and hypovirulence of fungi andpotential for plant disease control

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    17. Glass, NL; Jacobson, DJ; Shiu, PKT
      The genetics of hyphal fusion and vegetative incompatibility in filamentous ascomycete fungi

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF GENETICS
    18. Harvey, PR; Butterworth, PJ; Hawke, BG; Pankhurst, CE
      Genetic variation among populations of Pythium irregulare in southern Australia

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    19. Kasahara, S; Wang, P; Nuss, DL
      Identification of bdm-1, a gene involved in G protein beta-subunit function and alpha-subunit accumulation

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    20. Chen, BS; Geletka, LM; Nuss, DL
      Using chimeric hypoviruses to fine-tune the interaction between a pathogenic fungus and its plant host

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    21. Suzuki, N; Geletka, LM; Nuss, DL
      Essential and dispensable virus-encoded replication elements revealed by efforts to develop hypoviruses as gene expression vectors

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    22. Preisig, O; Moleleki, N; Smit, WA; Wingfield, BD; Wingfield, MJ
      A novel RNA mycovirus in a hypovirulent isolate of the plant pathogen Diaporthe ambigua

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    23. Griffin, GJ
      Blight control and restoration of the American chestnut

      JOURNAL OF FORESTRY
    24. McIlwrick, K; Wetzel, S; Beardmore, T; Forbes, K
      Ex situ conservation of American chestnut (Castanea dentata (Marsh.) Borkh.) and butternut (Juglans cinerea L.), a review

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    25. Molinaro, A; Lanzetta, R; Mancino, A; Evidente, A; Di Rosa, M; Ianaro, A
      Immunostimulant (1 -> 3)-D-glucans from the cell wall of Cryphonectria parasitica (Murr.) Barr strain 263

      CARBOHYDRATE RESEARCH
    26. Sharma, S; Bhat, TK; Dawra, RK
      A spectrophotometric method for assay of tannase using rhodanine

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Allemann, C; Hoegger, P; Heiniger, U; Rigling, D
      Genetic variation of Cryphonectria hypoviruses (CHV1) in Europe, assessed using restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) markers

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    28. Marra, RE; Milgroom, MG
      PCR amplification of the mating-type idiomorphs in Cryphonectria parasitica

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    29. Compel, P; Papp, I; Bibo, M; Fekete, C; Hornok, L
      Genetic interrelationships and genome organization of double-stranded RNA elements of Fusarium poae

      VIRUS GENES
    30. Cook, BJ; Clay, RP; Bergmann, CW; Albersheim, P; Darvill, AG
      Fungal polygalacturonases exhibit different substrate degradation patternsand differ in their susceptibilities to polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    31. Vannini, A; Caruso, C; Leonardi, L; Rugini, E; Chiarot, E; Caporale, C; Buonocore, V
      Antifungal properties of chitinases from Castanea sativa against hypovirulent and virulent strains of the chestnut blight fungus Cryphonectria parasitica

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    32. Hausner, G; Monteiro-Vitorello, CB; Searles, DB; Maland, M; Fulbright, DW; Bertrand, H
      A long open reading frame in the mitochondrial LSU rRNA group-I intron of Cryphonectria parasitica encodes a putative S5 ribosomal protein fused to amaturase

      CURRENT GENETICS
    33. McCabe, PM; Van Alfen, NK
      Secretion of cryparin, a fungal hydrophobin

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Schafleitner, R; Buchala, A; Wilhelm, E
      Class III chitinase expression and salicylic acid accumulation in chestnutafter challenge with hypovirulent and virulent Cryphonectria parasitica (Murr.) Barr

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    35. Caffier, V; Brandle, UE; Wolfe, MS
      Genotypic diversity in barley powdery mildew populations in northern France

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    36. McDonald, BA; Zhan, J; Burdon, JJ
      Genetic structure of Rhynchosporium secalis in Australia

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    37. Milgroom, MG; Cortesi, P
      Analysis of population structure of the chestnut blight fungus based on vegetative incompatibility genotypes

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    38. Myburg, H; Wingfield, BD; Wingfield, MJ
      Phylogeny of Cryphonectria cubensis and allied species inferred from DNA analysis

      MYCOLOGIA
    39. Suzuki, N; Chen, BS; Nuss, DL
      Mapping of a hypovirus p29 protease symptom determinant domain with sequence similarity to potyvirus HC-Pro protease

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    40. Kumar, J; Nelson, RJ; Zeigler, RS
      Population structure and dynamics of Magnaporthe grisea in the Indian Himalayas

      GENETICS
    41. Hubbes, T
      The American elm and Dutch elm disease

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    42. James, TY; Porter, D; Hamrick, JL; Vilgalys, R
      Evidence for limited intercontinental gene flow in the cosmopolitan mushroom, Schizophyllum commune

      EVOLUTION
    43. SMITH M; SHNYREVA A; WOOD DA; THURSTON CF
      TANDEM ORGANIZATION AND HIGHLY DISPARATE EXPRESSION OF THE 2 LACCASE GENES LCC1 AND LCC2 IN THE CULTIVATED MUSHROOM AGARICUS-BISPORUS

      Microbiology
    44. WANG P; LARSON TG; CHEN CH; PAWLYK DM; CLARK JA; NUSS DL
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A GENERAL AMINO-ACID CONTROL TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR FROM THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA

      Fungal genetics and biology
    45. SNEH B
      USE OF NONPATHOGENIC OR HYPOVIRULENT FUNGAL STRAINS TO PROTECT PLANTSAGAINST CLOSELY-RELATED FUNGAL PATHOGENS

      Biotechnology advances
    46. PAOLETTI M; CLAVE C; BEGUERET J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A GENE FROM THE FILAMENTOUS FUNGUS PODOSPORA-ANSERINA ENCODING AN ASPARTYL PROTEASE INDUCED UPON CARBON STARVATION

      Gene
    47. ZHANG L; BAASIRI RA; VANALFEN NK
      VIRAL REPRESSION OF FUNGAL PHEROMONE PRECURSOR GENE-EXPRESSION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    48. ZEIGLER RS
      RECOMBINATION IN MAGNAPORTHE-GRISEA

      Annual review of phytopathology
    49. HAMELIN RC; LECOURS N; LAFLAMME G
      MOLECULAR EVIDENCE OF DISTINCT INTRODUCTIONS OF THE EUROPEAN RACE OF GREMMENIELLA-ABIETINA INTO NORTH-AMERICA

      Phytopathology
    50. HAMELIN RC; DUSABENYAGASANI M; ETTOUIL K
      FINE-LEVEL GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF WHITE-PINE BLISTER RUST POPULATIONS

      Phytopathology
    51. Steenkamp, ET; Wingfield, BD; Swart, WJ; Wingfield, MJ
      Double-stranded RNA and associated virulence in South African isolates of Sphaeropsis sapinea

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    52. TAYLOR DR; JAROSZ AM; LENSKI RE; FULBRIGHT DW
      THE ACQUISITION OF HYPOVIRULENCE IN HOST-PATHOGEN SYSTEMS WITH 3 TROPHIC LEVELS

      The American naturalist
    53. HUANG HW; DANE F; KUBISIAK TL
      ALLOZYME AND RAPD ANALYSIS OF THE GENETIC DIVERSITY AND GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATION IN WILD POPULATIONS OF THE AMERICAN CHESTNUT (FAGACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    54. WANG XR
      GENETIC-VARIABILITY IN THE CANKER PATHOGEN FUNGUS, GREMMENIELLA-ABIETINA - CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL COMPARED WITH ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION

      Mycological research
    55. KASAHARA S; NUSS DL
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF A FUNGAL G-PROTEIN BETA-SUBUNIT GENE RESULTS IN INCREASED VEGETATIVE GROWTH BUT REDUCED VIRULENCE

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    56. MELZER MS; DUNN M; ZHOU T; BOLAND GJ
      ASSESSMENT OF HYPOVIRULENT ISOLATES OF CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA FOR POTENTIAL IN BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF CHESTNUT BLIGHT

      Canadian journal of plant pathology
    57. BINZ T; CANEVASCINI G
      PURIFICATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EXTRACELLULAR LACCASE FROM OPHIOSTOMA-NOVO-ULMI

      Current microbiology
    58. SMIT WA; WINGFIELD BD; WINGFIELD MJ
      VEGETATIVE INCOMPATIBILITY IN DIAPORTHE AMBIGUA

      Plant Pathology
    59. FRANCIS DM; STCLAIR DA
      POPULATION-GENETICS OF PYTHIUM-ULTIMUM

      Phytopathology
    60. ZHOU T; BOLAND GJ
      HYPOVIRULENCE AND DOUBLE-STRANDED-RNA IN SCLEROTINIA-HOMOEOCARPA

      Phytopathology
    61. WANG XR; ENNOS RA; SZMIDT AE; HANSSON P
      GENETIC-VARIABILITY IN THE CANKER-PATHOGEN FUNGUS, GREMMENIELLA-ABIETINA .2. FINE-SCALE INVESTIGATION OF THE POPULATION GENETIC-STRUCTURE

      Canadian journal of botany
    62. JUHASOVA G; SATKO J; BAUER M; BERTHELAY S
      APPLICATION OF THE FUNGUS CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA HYPOVIRULENT STRAINS FOR THE PROTECTION OF CASTANEA-SATIVA IN THE MALE KARPATY REGION

      BIOLOGIA
    63. BINZ T; CANEVASCINI G
      DIFFERENTIAL PRODUCTION OF EXTRACELLULAR LACCASE IN THE DUTCH ELM DISEASE PATHOGENS OPHIOSTOMA-ULMI AND O-NOVO-ULMI

      Mycological research
    64. BELL JA; MONTEIROVITORELLO CB; HAUSNER G; FULBRIGHT DW; BERTRAND H
      PHYSICAL AND GENETIC-MAP OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME OF CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA EP155

      Current genetics
    65. LINDERS EGA
      A POSSIBLE ROLE OF SEXUALITY IN THE POPULATION-STRUCTURE OF DIAPORTHEADUNCA, A PATHOGEN OF PLANTAGO-LANCEOLATA

      Plant Pathology
    66. SMIT WA; WINGFIELD BD; WINGFIELD MJ
      REDUCTION OF LACCASE ACTIVITY AND OTHER HYPOVIRULENCE-ASSOCIATED TRAITS IN DSRNA-CONTAINING STRAINS OF DIAPORTHE AMBIGUA

      Phytopathology
    67. BROWN JKM
      THE CHOICE OF MOLECULAR MARKER METHODS FOR POPULATION GENETIC-STUDIESOF PLANT-PATHOGENS

      New phytologist
    68. GAO SJ; NUSS DL
      DISTINCT ROLES FOR 2 G-PROTEIN ALPHA-SUBUNITS IN FUNGAL VIRULENCE, MORPHOLOGY, AND REPRODUCTION REVEALED BY TARGETED GENE DISRUPTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    69. CHEN BS; GAO SJ; CHOI GH; NUSS DL
      EXTENSIVE ALTERATION OF FUNGAL GENE TRANSCRIPT ACCUMULATION AND ELEVATION OF G-PROTEIN-REGULATED CAMP LEVELS BY A VIRULENCE-ATTENUATING HYPOVIRUS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    70. MILGROOM MG; WANG KR; ZHOU Y; LIPARI SE; KANEKO S
      INTERCONTINENTAL POPULATION-STRUCTURE OF THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS, CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA

      Mycologia
    71. JARA P; GILBERT S; DELMAS P; GUILLEMOT JC; KAGHAD M; FERRARA P; LOISON G
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EAPB AND EAPC GENES OF CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA ENCODING 2 NEW ACID PROTEINASES, AND DISRUPTION OF EAPC

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    72. PEROS JP; THIS P; CONFURON Y; CHACON H
      COMPARISON BY ISOZYME AND RAPD ANALYSIS OF SOME ISOLATES OF THE GRAPEVINE DIEBACK FUNGUS, EUTYPA-LATA

      American journal of enology and viticulture
    73. MILGROOM MG; LIPARI SE
      SPATIAL-ANALYSIS OF NUCLEAR AND MITOCHONDRIAL RFLP GENOTYPES IN POPULATIONS OF THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS, CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA

      Molecular ecology
    74. ARISANATAC I; HEIDENREICH E; KUBICEK CP
      RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA-FINGERPRINTING IDENTIFIES SUBGROUPS OF TRICHODERMA-VIRIDE AND OTHER TRICHODERMA SP CAPABLE OF CHESTNUT BLIGHT BIOCONTROL

      FEMS microbiology letters
    75. JARA P; DELMAS P; RAZANAMPARANY V; OLSEN L; DUPIN P; BAYOL A; BEGUERET J; LOISON G
      SELF-CLONING IN FILAMENTOUS FUNGI - APPLICATION TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF ENDOTHIAPEPSIN OVERPRODUCERS IN CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA

      Journal of biotechnology
    76. APPEL DN
      THE OAK WILT ENIGMA - PERSPECTIVES FROM THE TEXAS EPIDEMIC

      Annual review of phytopathology
    77. BREWER LG
      ECOLOGY OF SURVIVAL AND RECOVERY FROM BLIGHT IN AMERICAN CHESTNUT TREES (CASTANEA-DENTATA (MARSH) BORKH) IN MICHIGAN

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    78. JAROSZ AM; DAVELOS AL
      EFFECTS OF DISEASE IN WILD PLANT-POPULATIONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF PATHOGEN AGGRESSIVENESS

      New phytologist
    79. CHOI GH; CHEN BS; NUSS DL
      VIRUS-MEDIATED OR TRANSGENIC SUPPRESSION OF A G-PROTEIN ALPHA-SUBUNITAND ATTENUATION OF FUNGAL VIRULENCE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    80. HORNER HT; TIFFANY LH; KNAPHUS G
      OAK-LEAF-LITTER RHIZOMORPHS FROM IOWA AND TEXAS - CALCIUM-OXALATE PRODUCERS

      Mycologia
    81. VALVERDE V; DELMAS P; KAGHAD M; LOISON G; JARA P
      SECRETION AND MATURATION STUDY OF ENDOTHIAPEPSIN IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE - A FIRST STEP TOWARD IMPROVING ITS SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    82. MILGROOM MG
      POPULATION BIOLOGY OF THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS, CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA

      Canadian journal of botany
    83. BISSEGGER M; HEINIGER U
      AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS REVEAL CHESTNUT-BLIGHT FOCI

      European journal of forest pathology
    84. SEEMANN D; ZAJONC J
      CHESTNUT BLIGHT (CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA ) IN SOUTH-WEST GERMANY

      European journal of forest pathology
    85. LARSON TG; NUSS DL
      ALTERED TRANSCRIPTIONAL RESPONSE TO NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY IN HYPOVIRUS-INFECTED CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS

      EMBO journal
    86. POLASHOCK JJ; ANAGNOSTAKIS SL; MILGROOM MG; HILLMAN BI
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A VIRUS-RESISTANT MUTANT OF CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA

      Current genetics
    87. MORJANE H; GEISTLINGER J; HARRABI M; WEISING K; KAHL G
      OLIGONUCLEOTIDE FINGERPRINTING DETECTS GENETIC DIVERSITY AMONG ASCOCHYTA-RABIEI ISOLATES FROM A SINGLE CHICKPEA FIELD IN TUNISIA

      Current genetics
    88. HEINIGER U; RIGLING D
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF CHESTNUT BLIGHT IN EUROPE

      Annual review of phytopathology
    89. CHEN BS; CRAVEN MG; CHOI GH; NUSS DL
      CDNA-DERIVED HYPOVIRUS RNA IN TRANSFORMED CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS IS SPLICED AND TRIMMED OF VECTOR NUCLEOTIDES

      Virology
    90. HILLMAN BI; HALPERN BT; BROWN MP
      A VIRAL DSRNA ELEMENT OF THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS WITH A DISTINCT GENETIC ORGANIZATION

      Virology
    91. POLASHOCK JJ; HILLMAN BI
      A SMALL MITOCHONDRIAL DOUBLE-STRANDED (DS) RNA ELEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH A HYPOVIRULENT STRAIN OF THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS AND ANCESTRALLY RELATED TO YEAST CYTOPLASMIC T-DSRNA AND W-DSRNA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    92. BISSEGGER M; SIEBER TN
      ASSEMBLAGES OF ENDOPHYTIC FUNGI IN COPPICE SHOOTS OF CASTANEA-SATIVA

      Mycologia
    93. BOLAND GJ; MOULD MJR; ROBB J
      ULTRASTRUCTURE OF A HYPOVIRULENT ISOLATE OF SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM CONTAINING DOUBLE-STRANDED-RNA

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    94. GRIFFIN GJ; KHAN MA; GRIFFIN SL
      SUPERFICIAL CANKER INSTABILITY DURING WINTER AND VIRULENCE OF ENDOTHIA-PARASITICA ASSOCIATED WITH MANAGED FOREST CLEAR-CUT AND PLANTATION AMERICAN CHESTNUT TREES

      Canadian journal of plant pathology
    95. CHEN BS; CHOI GH; NUSS DL
      MITOTIC STABILITY AND NUCLEAR INHERITANCE OF INTEGRATED VIRAL CDNA INENGINEERED HYPOVIRULENT STRAINS OF THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS

      EMBO journal
    96. LESLIE JF
      FUNGAL VEGETATIVE COMPATIBILITY

      Annual review of phytopathology
    97. BURDON JJ
      THE STRUCTURE OF PATHOGEN POPULATIONS IN NATURAL PLANT-COMMUNITIES

      Annual review of phytopathology
    98. CRAVEN MG; PAWLYK DM; CHOI GH; NUSS DL
      PAPAIN-LIKE PROTEASE-P-29 AS A SYMPTOM DETERMINANT ENCODED BY A HYPOVIRULENCE-ASSOCIATED VIRUS OF THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS

      Journal of virology
    99. MILGROOM MG; LIPARI SE; ENNOS RA; LIU YC
      ESTIMATION OF THE OUTCROSSING RATE IN THE CHESTNUT BLIGHT FUNGUS, CRYPHONECTRIA-PARASITICA

      Heredity


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