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Chloridium and some other dematiaceous Hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood
|Statement||by W. Gams and V. Holubová-Jechová|
|Series||Studies in mycology -- no. 13, Studies in mycology -- no. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
(). Chloridium and some other dematiaceous hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood. (). Classification Générale des Mycota. In: Mycologie Générale et Structurale. (). Collection of small subunit (16S- and 16S-like) ribosomal RNA structures. (). Conidium development in the Knoxdaviesia anamorph of Ceratocystiopsis proteae. (). YURCHENKO: DEMATIACEOUS HYPHOMYCETES 35 on bark, 25 VI (MSK ). Š ibid., Oxalis acetosellaŒCalamagrostis arundinaceaŒCorylus avellanaŒPicea abies community, on dead still-attached twig of Quercus robur L., on bark, 29 VI (MSK ). Š Lahoisk district, Litvinkava, Oxalis acetosellaŒGaleobdolon luteumŒ Picea abies forest, on dead still .
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Chloridium and some other Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood. Studies in Mycology. Gams, W.; Holubová-Jechová, V. Chloridium and some other Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood. Chloridium and some other dematiaceous Hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood.
Baarn: Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: W Gams; V Holubová-Jechová. Chloridium and Some Other Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes Growing on Decaying Wood (Studies in Mycology No.
13, 15 December ) by Gams, W and V. Holubova-Jechova and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Chloridium chlamydosporis is generally known as a soft rot fungus which occurs in advanced stages of decay on wood (Mangenot, ; further references in Domsch and Gams,and Omvik, ).
The same probably holds true for all fungi described in this paper as can be judged from their occurrence, but studies on their wood-decomposing capacities are usually not. Chloridium and some other Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood. Author(s): W. GAMS and VERA HOLUBOVÁ JECHOVÁ: Details: 99pp.
single species of Pantospora and ten of Cercoseptoria are treated. Chloridium and some other Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes grow- ing on Decaying Wood, by W.
Gams and V. Holubova-Jechova. Studies in Mycology No. Gams W., Holubová-Jechová V.: Chloridium and some other dematiceous hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood.
Corrections and additions. - Mycotaxon Some notes on Basifimbria aurea. - Mycotaxon New or interesting phialidic hyphomycetes from Cuba.
- Mycotaxon Holubová-Jechová V., Mercado Sierra, A. New or interestingHyphomycetes on decaying pine litter from Czechoslovakia. David W. Minter 1 & Gams W. et Holubová-Jechová V. ():Chloridium and some other dematiaceousHyphomycetes growing on decaying wood.—Stud.
Mycol., Baarn, No. 1– Briania is related to dematiaceous fungi that have phialides with a single basipetal sequence ofconidia formed within a collarette Chloridium and some other dematiaceous hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood. Chloridium clavaeforme (Preuss) W.
Gams & Hol.-Jech., Studies in Mycology 31 () [MB#]. some other dematiaceous hyphomycetes growing on de- Chloridium and some other dematiaceous hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood.
Article. Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a study of Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes.4/5(1). Chloridium and some other dematiaceous Hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood: Compendium of soil fungi: The development of the hymenophoral trama in the Aphyllophorales and the Agaricales: Developments in the taxonomy of Anamorphic Fungi: proceedings of the symposium 'Taxonomy of Fungi imperfecti' held at the fourth international mycological.
From inside the book. What people are DEMATIACEOUS HYPHOMYCETES. 2: Cordana 8: Spiropes 2 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes, Issue Martin Beazor Ellis Snippet view - Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes, Issue M.B. Ellis Snippet view - Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes.
Chloridium and some other dematiaceous hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood. Stud. Mycol. Kimura, M. A simple method for estimating evolutionary rates of base substitutions through comparative studies of nucleotide sequences. C. smithiae is nonetheless a good Chloridium. This work was supported by research grants from the South African CSIR and the University of Pretoria.
Special thanks is given to Mr Paul Hasse for reviewing the Latin diagnosis. REFERENCES GAMS, W. & HOLUBovA-JECHovA, V. Chloridium and some other dernatiaceous hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood. (slow/rapid) growing dematiaceous molds are "velvet-like" while (slow/rapid) growers are "wooly" slow, rapid (slow/rapid) growing dematiaceous molds have a yeast stage.
Freshwater lignicolous hyphomycetes live on submerged wood and other decaying plant debris and play an important role in recycling of nutrients (Palmer et al.
Ellis, M.B. Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes. Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Kew Surrey, England. Ellis, M.B. More Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes. Chloridium and some other dematiaceous Hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood. Studies in Mycol 1– Hawksworth, D. L., Kirk, P. M., Sutton, B.
& Pegler, D. Ainsworth & Bisby’s Dictionary of the Fungi. Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes (Cabi) Paperback – January 1, by CABI (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $Reviews: 1.Hyphomycetes are a form classification of Fungi, part of what has often been referred to as Fungi imperfecti, Deuteromycota, or anamorphic fungi. Hyphomycetes lack closed fruit bodies, and are often referred to as moulds (or molds).
Most hyphomycetes are now assigned to the Ascomycota, on the basis of genetic connections made by life-cycle studies or by phylogenetic .The treatment of C. microchona as a “peculiar saprophytic wood decaying fungus” has no support in the literature except that this microfungus was found Chloridium and some other dematiaceous hyphomycetes growing on decaying wood.
Stud Chauvet E. Out of the rivers: are some aquatic hyphomycetes plant endophytes?.