2 edition of genera of hypomycetes from soil. found in the catalog.
genera of hypomycetes from soil.
George L. Barron
by Williams and Wilkins
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||364|
George L. Barron () The genera of Hyphomycetes from Soil George L. Barron () The nematode-destroying fungi Excellent broad, easy-to-understand introduction to the carnivorous fungi. R. G. Thorn & George L. Barron () "Nematoctonus and the tribe Resupinateae in Ontario, Canada" in Mycotaxon 25 pp. - Also available as an offprint. De Wildeman, , De Wildeman, , De Wildeman, was the first to recognize some of the typical conidial forms of aquatic hyphomycetes and described species of several genera (Clavariopsis, Lemonniera and Tetracladium) ().However, these fungi only gained relevance nearly half a century later when Ingold () described 16 forms of conidia and traced them back to mycelia on .
This book introduces the economic importance of such fungi, research methods, the main basis of modern asexual fungal classification, related terminology concepts in the "General Theory" section, and finally, lists species in China's soil studied by the authors of this book. A total species belonging to 93 genera are described. Books Various Fungi. Dictionary of the Fungi (most recent = 10 th Academic Press New York. Hyphomycetes. Ellis, M.B. Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes. CABI (IMI) Kew, England) Ellis, M.B. More Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes. CABI (IMI) Kew, England Seifert, et al. The Genera of Hyphomycetes. Atlas of Soil Ascomycetes. APS Press.
Among the various genera and species of soil dematiaceous hyphomycetes in the Yellow River source area, Cladosporium was the only genus that distributed in all the eight ecosystem-types and had a widest niche breadth, indicating that it adapts to different environment well. The genera with a narrow niche breadth distributed only in a few types. Nicaraguan fungi: a checklist of hyphomycetes GREGORIO DELGADO [email protected] EMLab P&K, Southeastern Regional Laboratory NW 5th Way Suite , Fort Lauderdale, FL , USA Abstract—A checklist of hyphomycetes (anamorphic fungi) known from Nicaragua is presented. A total of taxa belonging to 70 genera are listed.
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Genera of Hyphomycetes from soil. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George L Barron. The genera of Hyphomycetes from soil (Book, )  Get this from a library. The genera of Hyphomycetes from soil. Abstract: This excellent book includes chapters on the classification of hyphomycetes, the characteristics of the series of genera of hyphomycetes, mycelia sterila, keys to series, keys to genera, and generic descriptions.
Genera are listed in alphabetical order; the typo species, description, diagnostic features, notes (including pertinent information, particularly witth respect to further Cited by: This book provides a means for identifying Hyphomycetes to genus and a convenient access to the taxonomic literature on Hyphomycetes.
It will be of interest to taxonomists, plant pathologists, medical mycologists, and those concerned with the biology of decomposition and soil fertility. Our book is a complete revision and expansion of Carmichael, Kendrick, Conners & Sigler’s work Genera of Hyphomycetes, which was itself based on a book chapter by Kendrick & Carmichael ().
We incorporated and expanded on successful elements of these works, added new features, and updated infor- mation to facilitate study of these fungi. Introduction and history: development of Hyphomycetology.
Anamorphs, teleomorphs, and holomorphs. Evolution of a taxonomy of hyphomycetes. Fossil Hyphomycetes. Habits, habitats, ycetes on leaves and leaf litter. Hyphomycetes on wood and bark. Entomogenous and related Hyphomycetes.
Predacious Hyphomycetes. 'Fungicolous Hyphomycetes. The Genera of Hyphomycetes Hardcover – Jan. 1 by Keith Seifert (Author), Gareth Morgan-Jones (Author), Walter Gams (Author), Bryce Kendrick (Author) & 1 more.
out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions. Hide other formats and s: 1. Well-known entomogenous hyphomycetes are classified in Beauveria, Metarhizium and Tolypocladium; famous anamorphic generic names such as Akanthomyces, Gibellula, Hirsutella, Hymenostilbe and Isaria are now subsumed in genera formerly considered sexual, such as Cordyceps, Ophiocordyceps and Torubiella under fungal single-name nomenclature.
Book: The Genera of Hyphomycetes from Soil. + pp. Abstract: This monograph contains a chapt. on the general principles of classification classification Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and Equipment.
Identification of the hyphomycetes is primarily based on microscopic morphology including; (a) conidial morphology, especially septation, shape, size, color and cell wall texture; (b) the arrangement of conidia as they are borne on the conidiogenous cells, for example are they solitary, arthrocatenate, blastocatenate, basocatenate or gloiosporae etc., (c) the type conidiogenous cell, for.
An abstract is unavailable. This article is available as a PDF only. The book compiles information on about 1, accepted genera of hyphomycetes, and about 1, genera that are synonyms or names of uncertain identity. Each accepted genus is described using a standardized set of key words, connections with sexual stages (teleomorphs) and synanamorphs are listed, along with known substrates or hosts, and continental distribution.
It started as a revision of the Genera of Hyphomycetes (Carmichael et al. ), which has long been out of print, but has been meticulously and painstakingly expanded and elaborated during a gestation of two decades by four of the foremost world authorities on these fungi. The spiral-bound work had a small page-size, ran to just pages.
The Genera of Hyphomycetes is the essential reference for the identification of molds to all those who work with these fungi, including plant pathologists, industrial microbiologists, mycologists and indoor environment specialists, whether they be professionals or students.
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adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Probably the main book for identification of genera of conidial fungi nowadays is "The Genera of Hyphomycetes" by Seifert et al. medically relevant fungi and saprophytes from soil.
I recently borrowed a copy of The Genera of Hyphomycetes in the McGrath Library of the St. Paul Campus of the University of Minnesota. This massive tomb of nearly 1, pages took over twenty years to complete. There are close to 1, line drawings of hyphomycetes classified by .Hyphomycetes are anamorphs of a large number of genera and species (Kendrick, ; Seifert and Gams, ; Seifert et al., ).
These fungi lack locular fruiting bodies (conidiomata), and sporulation occurs on separate septate hyphae that are exposed rather than within some specialized structure (e.g. Bernadovičová and Ivanová, ).These include three dematiaceous genera (Funbolia, Noosia, Pyrigemmula, all related to Dothideomycetes), a bulbil-producing genus, Spiroplana(Pleosporales), and two endophytic genera, the sterile Periglandula(Clavicipitaceae), and the hyaline, sympodial Micronematobotrys(Pyronemataceae).Cited by: