(The H4-Index of Mycoscience is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Taxonomic revision of <i>Blumeria</i> based on multi-gene DNA sequences, host preferences and morphology20
Successes and challenges in the sustainable cultivation of edible mycorrhizal fungi – furthering the dream16
Strong primer bias for <i>Tulasnellaceae</i> fungi in metabarcoding: Specific primers improve the characterization of the mycorrhizal communities of epiphytic orchids13
Athelia termitophila sp. nov. is the teleomorph of the termite ball fungus Fibularhizoctonia sp.12
Physisporinus is an important mycorrhizal partner for mycoheterotrophic plants: Identification of mycorrhizal fungi of three Yoania species8
New findings on the fungal species <i>Tricholoma matsutake</i> from Ukraine, and revision of its taxonomy and biogeography based on multilocus phylogenetic analyses8
Phylogeny and taxonomy of <i>Erysiphe</i> species (powdery mildew: <i>Erysiphaceae</i>) occurring on the ash trees (<i>Fraxinus</i> spp.)8
Cultivation studies of edible ectomycorrhizal mushrooms: successful establishment of ectomycorrhizal associations <i>in vitro</i> and efficient production of fruiting bodies7
Systematics, ecology, and application of <i>Helotiales</i>: Recent progress and future perspectives for research with special emphasis on activities within Japan7
Characterization and phytotoxicity of ophiobolins produced by <i>Bipolaris setariae</i>7