Ekaterina F. Sameva's research while affiliated with Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and other places

Publications (4)

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The paper contributes to knowledge of Bulgarian fungal diversity on glacial relict vascular plants. Eleven new country records of ascomycetes and anamorphic fungi are presented with descriptions, namely Asteromella silvarum, Cainiella johansonii, Gnomoniella vagans, Hendersonia culmicola, Leptosphaerulina dryadis, Melasmia mougeotii, Phaeosphaeria...
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The mycoflora of Korea was rather poorly studied in the past and the fungi belonging to the genus Septoria are no exception. For this reason, taxonomic studies on Septoria have been initiated, with the eventual aim of producing a monograph of the Septoria species present in Korea. The present study circumscribes 10 species; viz., Septoria artemisia...
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Thirty species of Septoria collected in Korea are listed with descriptions and notes. Of these, Septoria lycopicola n. sp. on Lycopus ramosissimus var. japonicus and S. menispermicola n. sp. on Menispermum dauricum are described and illustrated in detail. Most species are new records to the fungus flora of Korea.
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Th e anamorphic genus Phloeosporina (Ph. fraxini) and Septoria dearnessii are reported for the fi rst time from Bulgaria. Seven fungus-host combinations, new for Bulgaria, are also recorded. Th e present paper includes new data on the anamorphic fun-gi of Bulgaria. Th e genus Phloeosporina (Ph. fraxini (Harkn.) Arx), and Septoria dearnessii Ellis &...

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... Microscopic slides were made directly from field samples and also the samples were cultured aseptically on PDA (Potato Dextrose Agar) media and incubated at 25˚C for 1 week. Fungus was identified on the basis of morphological characteristics using mycological keys [12] [13]. Average temperature (min-max), number of rainy days, % humidity for the months of August and September were also recorded ( Table 2). ...
... The type species of Septoria is S. cytisi Desm., a fungus occurring on Cytisus laburnum (ϭ Laburnum anagyroides), and several other species in the Fabaceae (Farr 1992, Muthumary 1999. To date, more than 2000 names have been described in Septoria and, although groups that are associated with certain hosts families or geographical regions recently have been revised ( Jørstad 1965, 1967, Constantinescu 1984, Sutton and Pascoe 1987, 1989, Farr 1991, 1992, McPartland 1995, Wu et al 1996, Shin 1999, most taxa never have been re-examined since their introduction. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries numerous Septoria collections on previously unrecorded host plants were described as new species. ...
... acaulis, M. silenes-acaulis follows its host in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, northeastern U.S.A., Greenland, the European Arctic and Subarctic, as well as in the refugia of this plant in Central and South Europe: in the Alps, Pyrenees, Tatra Mts, Carpathian Mts, and Rila Mts (Lind 1928;Hagen 1941Hagen , 1950bVánky 1985a;Scholz and Scholz 1988;Karatygin et al. 1999;Zwetko and Blanz 2004 -as 'U. violacea';Lutz et al. 2008;Denchev et al. 2011;Karatygin 2012;Bueker et al. 2016;Smith et al. 2017). ...
... Widespread in the Northern Hemisphere, R. lysimachiae, is a pathogen on leaves of Lysimachia L. New records of this species were registered from time to time from different countries (Sameva, 2004;Adamska, 2005;Mel'nik et al., 2007;Sarycheva et al., 2009;Khramtsov, Volosach, 2016). Last decade observations have indicated that R. lysimachiae is probably rare in Ukraine, at least in general, although locally abundant in Volyn Region (Western Polissya). ...