re-evaluated Graphium-like anamorphs
that had long been considered G.
Based on these theories, most of researchers paid attention to the anamorph
of Chinese Cordyceps, and its metabolites, such as cordycepin, cordycepic acid and other nucleosides, etc.
Wingfield, "An overview of the taxonomic history of Botryosphaeria, and a re-evaluation of its anamorphs
based on morphology and ITS rDNa phylogeny," Studies in Mycology, vol.
However, Chrysosporium anamorph
Nannizziopsis vriesii (3,4,8) and the Chrysosporium sp.
Simply defined, an anamorph
is a deformed shape that takes on a recognizable form when viewed from a specific, usually extreme, angle.
A new species of the genus Cordyceps and its Metarhizium anamorph
1) The anamorph
(imperfect) form of the organism is called Scedosporium apiospermum (formerly Monosporium apiospermum), and was shown by Emmons (36) in 1944 to be the same organism as P boydii.
rubi overwinter as a teleomorph on dead floricanes or as an anamorph
on primocane buds?
5 [micro]m, germinating at both ends anamorph
state none reported.
Phoma betae Frank is the anamorph
of Pleospora bjoerlingii Byford.
Concerning Acremonium typhinum, the anamorph
of Epichloe typhina.