Melanconiales (class Coelomycetes) An order of imperfect microscopic fungi which produce conidia in acervuli or on sporoduchia. The vegetative mycelium occurs within the substratum or host. The order includes saprotrophic and plant-parasitic fungi; some are important plant pathogens.
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