Selected General References for Plasmodiophorids

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  • Braselton, J. P. 2000. Phylum Plasmodiophora (Plasmodiophoromycota). Pp. 1342-1345. In: Lee, J. L., G. F. Leedale, and P. Bradbury (eds.) The Illustrated Guide to the Protozoa, 2nd Edition, Vol. II, Society of Protozoologists, Allen Press Inc., Lawrence, KS 66044 USA.
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  • Cook, W. R. I. 1933. A monograph of the Plasmodiophorales. Arch. Protistenkd. 80: 179-254.
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  • Dylewski, D. P. 1989. Phylum Plasmodiophoromycota. Pp. 399-416. In: Margulis, L., Corliss, J. O., Melkonian, M., & Chapman, D. J. (eds.), Handbook of Protoctista. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Boston.
  • Karling, J. S. 1968. The Plasmodiophorales, 2nd ed. Hafner Publishing Co., New York.
  • Karling, J. S. 1981. Woronina leptolegniae n. sp., a plasmodiophorid parasite of Leptolegnia. Nova Hedwigia 35: 17-24.
  • Neuhauser, S., Bulman, S., & Kirchmair, M. 2010. Plasmodiophorids: The Challenge to Understand Soil-Borne, Obligate Biotrophs with a Multiphasic Life Cycle. Pp. 51-78. In: Gherbawy, Y. & Voight, K. (eds.), Molecular Identification of Fungi, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg. Abstract
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  • Sparrow, F. K. 1960. Aquatic Phycomycetes, 2nd ed. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.
  • Waterhouse, G. 1972. Plasmodiophoromycetes. Pp. 75-82. In: Ainsworth, G. C., Sparrow, F. K., & Sussman, A. S. (ed.), The Fungi, Vol. 4B. Academic Press, New York and London.