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Classes of Sub Division Ascomycotina in Fungi
 


Hemiascomycetes

Loculoascomycetes

Plectomycetes

Laboulbeniomycetes

Pyrenomycetes

Discomycetes

Ascogenous hyphae and ascocarp absent. Thallus mycelial or yeast like.

Ascogenous hyphae and ascocarp present. Thallus mycelial like Asci bitunicate ascocarp as Ascostroma

Ascogenous hyphae and ascocarp present Asci unitunicate ascocarp as celistothecium

Asci arranged as a basal or peripheral layer with in ascocarp ; ascocarp of perithecium type exoparasites of arthropods ; asci inooperculate

Ascocaop perithecium asci inoopercualte with an apical pore or silt.

Ascocarop asci inoopercualte or operculate

Class –Pyrenomycetes

Order- Erysiphales

Family- Erysiphaceae (Powdery mildew, fungi)

Oidiopsis

Ovulariopsis

Erysiphe

Phyllactinia

Unicinula

Podosphaera

Mycelium hyaline, septate, endophytic, myceloid appendage

Mycelium hyaline, septate, Ecto and endophytic , bulbous appendage

Mycelium hyaline, septate, ectophytic myceloid appendage

Mycelium hyaline, septate, bulbous appendage ( definite and rigid)

Mycelium hyaline, septate, Circinoid appendage ( Hooked with curled tips)

Mycelium hyaline, septate dichotomously branched appendage at apex ( with one Ascus)

E.g. Conidophore and Condia of Levellillula taurica

E.g. Conidophore and Condia of Phyllactina corylea

E.g. Powdery mildew of pea Erysiphe polygoni

E.g. Powdery mildew of Sisoo P.subspiralis

E.g. Powdery mildew of grape U.nectar

E.g. Powdery mildew of apple P.leucotricha

Current Category » Introductory Plant Pathology