Czech Mycology 69(2): 113–123             Article published online: 26th July, 2017 doi: 10.33585/cmy.69201

VAHEDI-DARMIYAN M. E., JAHANI M., MIRZAEE M. R., ASGARI B.

A noteworthy record of endophytic Quambalaria cyanescens from Punica granatum in Iran.

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Abstract

During an investigation into endophytic fungi associated with pomegranate in the South Khorasan Province of Iran, 2015–2016, five isolates were recovered with the morphological and molecular characteristics of Quambalaria cyanescens. The present study is the first fully documented
report of Q. cyanescens from Iran, providing insight into its geographic distribution and host range.
Our study is also the first report of occurrence of Q. cyanescens as an endophyte in a member of the
Lythraceae family.


Keywords:     endophyte, flower, pomegranate, Quambalariaceae.

Article history: received 16 February 2017, revised 10 May 2017, accepted 17 June 2017, published online 26 July 2017

Full citation:

Vahedi-Darmiyan M. E., Jahani M., Mirzaee M. R., Asgari B. (2017): A noteworthy record of endophytic Quambalaria cyanescens from Punica granatum in Iran. – Czech Mycology 69(2): 113–123. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.69201

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