Mixia osmundae IAM 14324 (Mosmundae_2_0)

About Mixia osmundae IAM 14324

Wikipedia

The Mixiomycetes are class of fungi in the Pucciniomycotina subphylum of the Basidiomycota. The class contains a single order, the Mixiales, which in turn contains a single family, the Mixiaceae that circumscribes the monotypic genus Mixia. Only one species has been described to date, Mixia osmundae; this species was originally named Taphrina osmundae by Japanese mycologist Toji Nishida in 1911. It is characterized by having multinucleate hyphae, and by producing multiple spores on sporogenous cells.

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Taxonomy ID 764103

Data source European Nucleotide Archive

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