Gi-Ho Sung, Ph.D.

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2006 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
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Botany Biology, Ecology Biology
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Joseph W. Spatafora grad student 2006 Oregon State
 (Systematics and phylogeny of Cordyceps and the Clavicipitaceae with emphasis on the evolution of host affiliation.)
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Jo JW, Kwag YN, Cho SE, et al. (2019) First Report of (Boletaceae), a Potentially Endangered Basidiomycete Species, in South Korea. Mycobiology. 47: 521-526
Park JH, Oh J, Sang H, et al. (2019) Identification and Antifungal Susceptibility Profiles of in Korea. Mycobiology. 47: 449-456
Shrestha B, Kubátová A, Tanaka E, et al. (2019) Spider-pathogenic fungi within Hypocreales (Ascomycota): their current nomenclature, diversity, and distribution Mycological Progress. 18: 983-1003
Moon BC, Kim WJ, Park I, et al. (2018) Establishment of a PCR Assay for the Detection and Discrimination of Authentic Cordyceps and Adulterant Species in Food and Herbal Medicines. Molecules (Basel, Switzerland). 23
Han J, Oh J, Jo JW, et al. (2018) The complete mitochondrial genome of Sanghuangporus sanghuang (Hymenochaetaceae, Basidiomycota) Mitochondrial Dna Part B. 3: 456-457
Shrestha B, Sung GH, Sung JM. (2017) Current nomenclatural changes in and its multidisciplinary impacts. Mycology. 8: 293-302
Kepler RM, Luangsa-Ard JJ, Hywel-Jones NL, et al. (2017) A phylogenetically-based nomenclature for Cordycipitaceae (Hypocreales). Ima Fungus. 8: 335-353
Kim CS, Han S, Nam JW, et al. (2017) Fungal communities in a Korean red pine stand, Gwangneung Forest, Korea Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity. 10: 559-572
Kim CS, Jo JW, Kwag YN, et al. (2016) New Records of Xylaria Species in Korea: X. ripicola sp. nov. and X. tentaculata. Mycobiology. 44: 21-8
Han JG, Hyun MW, Kim CS, et al. (2016) Species identity of Phellinus linteus (sanghuang) extensively used as a medicinal mushroom in Korea. Journal of Microbiology (Seoul, Korea). 54: 290-5
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