genus Pythium

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destructive root-parasitic fungi

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During the last two decays, over 30 new species of the dominant genus Pythium essentially from subtropical, tropical and temperate areas as Canary islands, Spain, Portugal, Argentine, western Africa, India, southern Turkey and Tunisia, etc.
Molecular phylogeny and taxonomy of the genus Pythium. Mycological Research, 108: 1363-1383.
The taxonomy, host range and geographic distribution of genus Pythium. Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club., 20: 1-171.
Several species of soil pathogens, including species of the genus Pythium, were subsequently isolated from their roots.
The etiologic agent belonged to the genus Pythium. Phylogenetic analysis placed the isolate in a sister group to the other P.
Members of the genus Pythium are soil- or water-dwelling organisms that belong to the kingdom Stramenopila (1,2).