Zoosporic true fungi and heterotrophic straminipiles are especially adapted to aquatic habitats by the production of zoospores (Sparrow, 1960).
Most zoosporic true fungi and heterotrophic straminipiles are ubiquitous and are found throughout the world.
Therefore, any conclusion about the geographical distribution of zoosporic true fungi, heterotrophic straminipiles and plasmodiophorids at this stage is only speculative.
Hopefully this review will provide useful information and encourage future research on the diversity of zoosporic true fungi, heterotrophic straminipiles and plasmodiophorids in South America.
Diversity of zoosporic organisms from terrestrial habitats of the Reserva Natural Selva Marginal Punta Lara (Buenos Aires, Argentina).
Frequency and abundance of zoosporic fungi in some lotic environments of Buenos Aires province (Argentina).
Zoosporic aquatic fungi growing on avian excrements in various types of water bodies.
Growth of zoosporic fungi of the eggs of North Pacific salmon on the genus Oncorhynchus in laboratory conditions.
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Experimental transmission and pathogenicity of some zoosporic fungi to Tilapia fish.