Tropical Mycology: Volume 2, Micromycetes by Roy Watling, Juliet C Frankland, M Ainsworth, Susan Isaac,

By Roy Watling, Juliet C Frankland, M Ainsworth, Susan Isaac, Clare H Robinson

Tropical mycology is attracting expanding curiosity, because the key position of fungi in tropical ecosystems and as pathogens turns into liked. This e-book describes the ecology, biology, financial dimensions and systematics of tropical Micromycetes and is the second one of 2 complementary volumes (Volume 1 covers Macromycetes) built from papers given on the British Mycological Societys symposium held in Liverpool in April 2000.

Show description

Read Online or Download Tropical Mycology: Volume 2, Micromycetes PDF

Similar nonfiction_4 books

Natural Hazards and Human-Exacerbated Disasters in Latin America

The most goal of the ebook is to provide a imaginative and prescient of the dynamics of the most failures in South the US, describing their mechanisms and outcomes on South American societies. The chapters are written by means of chosen experts of every kingdom. Human-induced mess ups also are integrated, similar to desertification in Patagonia and soil erosion in Brazil.

Cliffs notes on Dickens' Oliver Twist

The unique CliffsNotes research courses provide specialist remark on significant topics, plots, characters, literary units, and historic historical past. the most recent iteration of titles within the sequence additionally characteristic glossaries and visible parts that supplement the vintage, common structure. In CliffsNotes on Oliver Twist, you’ll meet an expensive, thankful, mild orphan who, “instead of owning too little feeling, possessed quite an excessive amount of.

Additional info for Tropical Mycology: Volume 2, Micromycetes

Sample text

1999) 67. 5 µm, verrucose.......... Bionectria apocyni (Peck) Schroers & Samuels (Samuels, 1976 as Nectria apocyni) Species with yellow-orange, orange, red to purple perithecia, becoming darker in 3% KOH, primarily belonging to the Nectriaceae 1. 2 1. 4 2. Ascospores 24–30 ¥ 7–9 µm; anamorph synnematous........... , 1999) 2. 3 3. Lanatonectria flavolanata (Berk. , 1999) 3. Lanatonectria flocculenta (Henn. & E. , 1999) 4. 5 4. 9 5. 6 5. 7 6. 5 ¥ 6–7 µm, smooth; anamorph Chaetopsina sp. , 1990 as Nectria macrochaetopsinae) 6.

1999) 49. Albonectria rigidiuscula (Berk. , 1999) 50. ) Rossman & Samuels (Samuels, 1976 as N. gigantea) 50. 51 51. 52 51. 53 52. , 1999) 52. Ascospores 38–41 ¥ 8–11 µm; perithecia smooth................. ‘Nectria’ albida Rossman (Rossman, 1983) 53. ) Rossman & Samuels (Rossman, 1983 as N. erubescens) 53. Ascospores 25–38 ¥ 5–7 µm; perithecia brown with brown hairs.......... Hydropisphaera dolichospora (Penz. , 1990 as N. dolichospora) 54 (47). ‘Nectria’ rubrostoma Rossman (Rossman, 1983) 54.

53 52. , 1999) 52. Ascospores 38–41 ¥ 8–11 µm; perithecia smooth................. ‘Nectria’ albida Rossman (Rossman, 1983) 53. ) Rossman & Samuels (Rossman, 1983 as N. erubescens) 53. Ascospores 25–38 ¥ 5–7 µm; perithecia brown with brown hairs.......... Hydropisphaera dolichospora (Penz. , 1990 as N. dolichospora) 54 (47). ‘Nectria’ rubrostoma Rossman (Rossman, 1983) 54. 55 55. Hydropisphaera multiloculata (Samuels) Rossman & Samuels (Rossman, 1983 as N. multiloculata) 55. 56 56. Ijuhya peristomialis (Berk.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.30 of 5 – based on 35 votes