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Submissions from 2019

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Evolution of symbiosis genes in an invasive ectomycorrhizal fungus, Brooke Allen, Jason Hoeksema, and Rytas Vilgalys

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Identity and disease cycle of a smut fungus on wiregrass in a longleaf pine-grassland ecosystem in the southeastern USA, Abeer Alqurashi, Julia L. Kerrigan, Kyryll Savchenko, and Joan Walker

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Association of Ceratobasidium theobromae and Lasiodiplodia species with symptom variation in vascular streak disease of cacao, Johnny F. Balidion and Marc A. Cubeta

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Coker’s Lactarius taxa - 100 years later, K. Suzanne Cadwell, Avery E. McGinn, Dan J. Meyers, and H. Van T. Cotter

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Using digital resources to enhance georeferencing of herbarium collections, Kathryn Hanser, Bryan R. Cody, and Marc A. Cubeta

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Fungal response to wildfire in southeastern forests: effects at the urban-forest interface, V. Rosanne Harpe, Leigh C. Moorhead, Jessica A.M. Moore, and Stephanie N. Kivlin

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A sustainable approach to Phytophthora-infested landscape beds: the search for tolerant or resistant annuals and herbaceous perennials, Michelle Henson, Suzette Sharpe North Carolina State University, and Inga Meadows

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1,303 generic names of agarics and Agaricales: Where are they now?, Jacob Kalichman, Paul Kirk, and P. Brandon Matheny

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Population genomic study of an introduced ectomycorrhizal fungus Suillus luteus, Yi-Hong Ke, Anna Bazzicalupo, Sara Branco, and Rytas Vilgalys

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After the fire: biodiversity of fungal endophytes in germinating Table Mountain Pine seedlings (Pinus pungens), Nathaniel H. Kingsley and Karen W. Hughes

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Minimal communities as novel systems for studying ectomycorrhizal community function: examples and future directions, Brian Looney, Alejo Rojas, and Rytas Vilgalys

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Key odorants in thermally treated hydrolyzed mushroom protein enhance saltiness perception, Jordan Lopez and John P. Munafo Jr.

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A community survey of symbiotic mine site fungi along a gradient of recovery on mine sites in the Carolinas, Eudora Miao and Rytas Vilgalys

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Developing a translatable model system to investigate the chemistry of fungal-host ectomycorrhizal interactions, Anne Murray, Purni Wickramasinghe, and John P. Munafo Jr.

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Unwelcomed stowaways and their role in thousand cankers disease spread, Aaron Onufrak, Emel Oren, Romina Gazis, William Klingeman, Massimo Faccoli, Karandeep Chalal, Mark Windham, Matthew Ginzel, and Denita Hadziabdic

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Community composition, structure, and function of submerged detritus-inhabiting fungi across temperate peatland and stream habitats, Daniel Raudabaugh and Andrew Miller

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Endosymbiotic bacteria of the causative agent of white nose syndrome (Pseudogymnoascus destructans) of bats, Ashton Reece, Kylie Bowe, Matthew Grisnik, and Donald Walker

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The 2019 Continental MycoBlitz, Stephen D. Russell

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Imaging and quantification of Aspergillus niger biofilms using confocal laser scanning microscopy, Aswathy Shailaja, Julia L. Kerrigan, Terry F. Bruce, and Chuck A. Pettigrew

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An enhanced strategy for molecular detection of thousand cankers disease, Tammy Stackhouse, Emel Oren, Sarah Boggess, Matthew Ginzel, Denita Hadziabdic, Robert Trigiano, and William Klingeman

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Detecting polyploidy and its role in diversification across Hydnum (Cantharellales), Rachel Swenie and P. Brandon Matheny

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Analysis of mycobiomes to uncover biodiversity: a case study between soil fungi and orchid species in Sweden, Alice Toms, Shahid Mahmood, Roger D. Finlay, Jan Stenlid, James B. White, Marc A. Cubeta, and Ignazio Carbone

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Phylogenetic relationships of 200+ isolates of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Cenococcum geophilum from Populus trichocarpa soils in the Pacific Northwest and comparison to globally distributed representatives, Jessica M. Vélez, Reese Morris, Jessy Labbé, Rytas Vilgalys, and Christopher W. Schadt

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Identification of key odorants from the fermentation broth of the late-fall polypore, Ischnoderma resinosum, Purni Wickramasinghe and John P. Munafo Jr.

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Soil microbiomes from contrasting levels of management intensity differ in their capacity to protect black walnut from an above-ground pathogen, Geoff Williams and Matthew Ginzel