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World Journal of Microbiology

Study of Fungal Genus Gyrothrix Corda from the forest flora of Indian Sub-continent

Ravindra Singh Thakur* and A.N. Rai 

Accepted 04 September, 2014

Citation: Thakur RS, Rai AN (2014). Study of Fungal Genus Gyrothrix Corda from the forest flora of Indian Sub-continent. World Journal of Microbiology, 1(2): 013-016.

Copyright: © 2014 Thakur and Rai. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are cited.

Plant fungal diseases characterized by different types of fungal host interactions, but there we have discussed only foliicolous (Leaf related fungal pathogen) fungal diseases. The present communication deals with a new species of dematiaceous hyphomycetes Gyrothrix caesalpiniacearum infecting the leaves of Bauhinia rufescens Lam. The collection of fungal disease specimens during the course of mycotaxonomic survey different seasons in round of the year, after that described to illustrate and compared with allied taxa. Mycotaxonomic investigation from the forest flora of Betul (M.P.) Indian sub-continent. Betul located in the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, state of central India. It is one of the marginally located southern districts of Madhya Pradesh, lying almost wholly on the Satpura plateau.

Key words: Leaves Fungi, Mycotaxonomy, Hyphomycetes, Gyrothrix caesalpiniacearum, Bauhinia rufescens Lam