2016 journal article
Phylogenetic relationships of Rhizoctonia fungi within the Cantharellales
Fungal Biology, 120(4), 603–619.
By: D. Gonzalez, M. Rodriguez-Carres, T. Boekhout, J. Stalpers, E. Kuramae, A. Nakatani, R. Vilgalys, M. Cubeta
Vascular Streak Dieback of cacao in Southeast Asia and Melanesia: In planta detection of the pathogen and a new taxonomy
[Review of ]. Fungal Biology, 116(1), 11–23.
By: G. Samuels, A. Ismaiel, A. Rosmana, M. Junaid, D. Guest, P. Mcmahon, P. Keane, A. Purwantara ...and 3 other authors, including 2 NC State authors, S. Lambert, M. Rodriguez-Carres & M. Cubeta
2011 journal article
First report of root rot caused by binucleate Rhizoctonia anastomosis group F on Musa spp
Plant Disease, 95(4), 490–490.
By: J. Yin, D. Kone, M. Rodriguez-Carres, M. Cubeta, L. Burpee, E. Fonsah, A. Csinos, P. Ji
Seasonal prevalence of species of binucleate Rhizoctonia fungi in growing medium, leaf litter, and stems of container-grown azalea
Plant Disease, 95(6), 705–711.
By: W. Copes, M. Rodriguez-Carres, T. Toda, T. Rinehart & M. Cubeta
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