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Three New Species of Cyphellophora (Chaetothyriales) Associated with Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck.

Gao L, Ma Y, Zhao W, Wei Z, Gleason ML, Chen H, Hao L, Sun G, Zhang R - PLoS ONE (2015)

Bottom Line: On the basis of analysis of ITS, LSU, TUB2 and RPB1 data and morphological characters, three new species, Cyphellophora phyllostachysdis, C. artocarpi and C. musae, associated with sooty blotch and flyspeck disease, were added to this genus.The 2D structure of ITS1 and ITS2 confirmed this taxonomic status.Pathogenicity tests on apple fruit indicated that C. artocarpi could be a sooty blotch and flyspeck pathogen of apple.

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Affiliation: Department of State Key Laboratory of Crop Stress Biology in Arid Areas and College of Plant Protection, Northwest A&F University, Yangling, Shaanxi Province, China.

ABSTRACT
The genus Cyphellophora includes human- and plant-related species from mammal skin and nails, plant materials, and food. On the basis of analysis of ITS, LSU, TUB2 and RPB1 data and morphological characters, three new species, Cyphellophora phyllostachysdis, C. artocarpi and C. musae, associated with sooty blotch and flyspeck disease, were added to this genus. The 2D structure of ITS1 and ITS2 confirmed this taxonomic status. Pathogenicity tests on apple fruit indicated that C. artocarpi could be a sooty blotch and flyspeck pathogen of apple.

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Predicted models of ITS1 rRNA secondary structure.Predicted models of A) C. artocarpi, B) C. musae, and C) C. phyllostachysdis. The structures contain three helices numbered H1–H3. The grey-colored parts of hairpin loops(T1, T2) are regions with variable numbers of nucleotides. The identity and difference of the structures among different Cyphellophora species are mapped on the 2D models.
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pone.0136857.g003: Predicted models of ITS1 rRNA secondary structure.Predicted models of A) C. artocarpi, B) C. musae, and C) C. phyllostachysdis. The structures contain three helices numbered H1–H3. The grey-colored parts of hairpin loops(T1, T2) are regions with variable numbers of nucleotides. The identity and difference of the structures among different Cyphellophora species are mapped on the 2D models.

Mentions: The structures of ITS1 and ITS2 of C. phyllostachysdis, C. artocarpi and C. musae predicted by 2D analysis are shown in Figs 3 and 4, respectively. The non-homologous regions in ITS1 which were proposed by Réblová et al. [9] were removed.


Three New Species of Cyphellophora (Chaetothyriales) Associated with Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck.

Gao L, Ma Y, Zhao W, Wei Z, Gleason ML, Chen H, Hao L, Sun G, Zhang R - PLoS ONE (2015)

Predicted models of ITS1 rRNA secondary structure.Predicted models of A) C. artocarpi, B) C. musae, and C) C. phyllostachysdis. The structures contain three helices numbered H1–H3. The grey-colored parts of hairpin loops(T1, T2) are regions with variable numbers of nucleotides. The identity and difference of the structures among different Cyphellophora species are mapped on the 2D models.
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pone.0136857.g003: Predicted models of ITS1 rRNA secondary structure.Predicted models of A) C. artocarpi, B) C. musae, and C) C. phyllostachysdis. The structures contain three helices numbered H1–H3. The grey-colored parts of hairpin loops(T1, T2) are regions with variable numbers of nucleotides. The identity and difference of the structures among different Cyphellophora species are mapped on the 2D models.
Mentions: The structures of ITS1 and ITS2 of C. phyllostachysdis, C. artocarpi and C. musae predicted by 2D analysis are shown in Figs 3 and 4, respectively. The non-homologous regions in ITS1 which were proposed by Réblová et al. [9] were removed.

Bottom Line: On the basis of analysis of ITS, LSU, TUB2 and RPB1 data and morphological characters, three new species, Cyphellophora phyllostachysdis, C. artocarpi and C. musae, associated with sooty blotch and flyspeck disease, were added to this genus.The 2D structure of ITS1 and ITS2 confirmed this taxonomic status.Pathogenicity tests on apple fruit indicated that C. artocarpi could be a sooty blotch and flyspeck pathogen of apple.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of State Key Laboratory of Crop Stress Biology in Arid Areas and College of Plant Protection, Northwest A&F University, Yangling, Shaanxi Province, China.

ABSTRACT
The genus Cyphellophora includes human- and plant-related species from mammal skin and nails, plant materials, and food. On the basis of analysis of ITS, LSU, TUB2 and RPB1 data and morphological characters, three new species, Cyphellophora phyllostachysdis, C. artocarpi and C. musae, associated with sooty blotch and flyspeck disease, were added to this genus. The 2D structure of ITS1 and ITS2 confirmed this taxonomic status. Pathogenicity tests on apple fruit indicated that C. artocarpi could be a sooty blotch and flyspeck pathogen of apple.

No MeSH data available.