Peronosporales of Skadovsky Zvenigorod Biological Station (Moscow Region)


E. Yu. Blagoveshchenskaya


DOI: https://doi.org/10.31111/nsnr/2018.52.1.91


Abstract

The paper provides the results of seven-year study of downy mildew on Skadovsky Zvenigorod Biological Station of Moscow State University (ZBS MSU, Moscow Region). A total of 29 species of Peronosporales (Oomycota) were revealed during the study. An annotated list of species is presented, among them Peronospora anemones is recorded for the first time for Russia, P. chelidonii and P. stachydis are new for the European part of Russia, 8 species are new for the Moscow Region.


Key words: Peronospora anemones, Peronosporales, downy mildew, phytopathogenic micromycetes, Moscow Region, Russia, ZBS MSU


Section: Fungi


How to cite

Blagoveshchenskaya E. Yu. 2018. Peronosporales of Skadovsky Zvenigorod Biological Station (Moscow Region). Novosti Sist. Nizsh. Rast. 52(1): 91–100. https://doi.org/10.31111/nsnr/2018.52.1.91


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