Ascomycotina is a subdivision of true fungi commonly known as cup fungi or sac fungi. They reproduce asexually through externally-produced spores called conidia and sexually with the aid of specialized sacs called asci.

Members of this subdivision include:

Ascomycotina also includes fungi responsible for other plant diseases such as chestnut blight, peach leaf curl and Dutch elm disease.

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