Studies on graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia. by O. Eriksson

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SeriesAbstracts of Uppsala dissertations in science,, 88
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LC ClassificationsQ64 .A63 no. 88
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Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
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Open LibraryOL5586208M
LC Control Number67104884
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Eriksson, O. On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia I. Dictyosporous species (). Phragmosporous and scolecosporous species (). III. Amerosporous and didymosporous species (). Arkiv før Botanik. 6() [ ] Trans.

Brit. mycol. Soc. 38 (4), (I). GRAMINICOLOUS PYRENOMYCETES. CONIDIAL STATES OF LEPTOSPHAERIA MICHOTII, L. MICRO- SCOPICA, PLEOSPORA VAGANS AND THE PERFECT STATE OF DINEMASPORIUM GRAMINUM* BY JOHN WEBSTER Department of Botany, The University, Sheffeld (With 5 Text-figures) By means of cultures the connexions between the following Pyrenomycetes Cited by: [ 5o9 ] Trans.

Brit. mycol. Soc. 40, (4), 5o (I). GRAMINICOLOUS PYRENOMYCETES vI. CONIDIA OF OPHIOBOLUS HERPOTRICHUS, LEPTOSPHAERIA LUCTUOSA, L. FUCKIiLII, L. PONTIFORMIS AND L. EUSTOMOIDES BY JOHN WEBSTER AND H. HUDSON Botany Department, University of Sheffeld (With 6 Text-figures) Cultural studies have shown that: Ophiobolus Cited by: Nordic equiseticolous Pyrenomycetes.

On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia. Phragmosporous and scolecosporous species. Studies on the geographical distribution of arctic. STUDIES ON GRAMINICOLOUS SPECIES OF PHYLLACHORA NKE.

in FCKL. V.* A TAXONOMIC MONOGRAPH [Manuscript submitted November 9, Summary This monograph describes the genus Phyllachora as it occurs on members of the Gramineae, discusses the reliability of criteria for delimiting species, and gives a.

A summary is given on the origin of Alpine plants after a short discussion of the term “Alpine” and a comparison of Alpine and Arctic climate. The ice periods of the past one million years nearly destroyed the original Tertiary flora of the Alps; however, during the l years many of the preglacial plants have re-invaded those sites Cited by: 2.

Issued 30 December Mycological Papers, No. 73 STUDIES OF PYRENOMYCETES IV. NECTRIA (part 1) By C. BOOTH Commonwealth Mycological Institute THIS paper deals with the life histories of the British Nectria species. In a further paper now in preparation the predominantly tropical Nectria species will he Size: 7MB.

Summary. The classification of orders and subclasses in Ascoloculares by Barr () is compared with the classification adopted in Systema Ascornyceturn, and problems in classification of orders and Studies on graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia. book taxa in fissitunicate and related fungi are by: 6.

Remarks: Stromata and perithecia are somewhat smaller Studies on graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia. book the material studied when compared with those described by Nannfeldt () and Hilbert and Hilbert (), [ () x () mm vs. Mycol. Res.

(4): () Printed in Great Britain Fungi on ]uncus roemerianus. New marine and terrestrial ascomycetes* JAN KOHLMEYER1, BRIGITTE VOLKMANN-KOHLMEYER~ AND OVE E. ERIKSSON2 1 Institute of Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Morehead City, North CarolinaU.S,A.

2 Department of Ecological Botany, Ume~ University, S Cited by: Several studies have been conducted to resolve the boundaries of this family. First, () On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia I. Dictyosporous species (–).

Phragmosporous and scolecosporous species (–). III. Full descriptions with taxonomic notes are given of eight pyrenomycetes found on graminicolous hosts in the Ivory Coast: Melanomma glumarum f.

africana n.f., Leptosphaeria culmicola f. minor, and L. oryzina (Sacc.) emend, on rice; L. sorghi-arundinacei on Sorghum arundinaceum; Ophiobolus coicis and Amphisphaeria coicis on Coix lacryma-jobi; and Melanospora pampeana and Author: M.

Luc. Abstract. Sixteen arctic-alpine species of Phaeosphaeriaare presented in a key with short descriptions and notes on host plants, distribution, and conidial rations of all the species are also included. The geographical distribution of the arctic-alpine species forms three groups: species restricted to the Alps, species restricted to the Arctic, and species found both in the Alps Cited by: 1.

Book review Full text access Physiology of Fungi, Lilian E. Hawker. University of London Press, London (), xvi, + pp., 38 text-figures, 5 plates.

21s. net. studies, produced ascospores with septations on PDA. On this medium the fungus produced dense, prostrate, yellow-gray colonies that quickly turned gray, then dark gray. Approximately 34 days after placement on PDA, the fungus produced tiny scattered clumps of pseudothecia which by 60 days had expanded to irregular clumps mm in diameter.

This study was supported in part by the Sasagawa Scientific Research Grant of the Japan Science Society. References Câmara MPS, Palm ME, van Berkum P, Stewart EL () Systematics of Paraphaeosphaeria: a molecular and morphological approach.

Mycol Res –56 Eriksson O () On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fenno- scandia. by: 9. Eriksson OE (a) On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia. I, II, III. Ark Bot Ser &#; en_US: nces: Eriksson OE (b) Studies on graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia.

Acta Univ Upsal &#; en_US: nces: Eriksson OE () The families of bitunicate ascomycetes. Phylogeny of 54 species of Leptosphaeria and Phaeosphaeria based on parsimony analysis of ITS1, S and ITS2 rDNA sequences.

The tree is one of the more than most equally-parsimonious. On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia. Phragmosporous and scolecosporous species This study also provides some insights into the diversity of. Phaeosphaeriaceae is a large and important family in the order Pleosporales, comprising economically important plant pathogens.

Eriksson O. On graminicolous Pyrenomycetes. An annotated checklist and table of the substrate type for the past and updated fungal species recorded from various submerged plant debris in aquatic habitats of Iraq are provided.

Sixty seven (67) species of freshwater and marine fungi occurring in different types of plant debris collected from various locations of Iraq were registered.

Sutton, B.C. () — Forest microfungi — IV. A leaf spot of Populus caused byCladosporium J. Bot.,48, – Google Scholar. / Evolving the Fennoscandian GMPEs (EVOGY). SAFIR - The Finnish Research Programme on Nuclear power Plant Safety Final report.

editor / Jari Hämäläinen ; Vesa Suolanen. Vol. T VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, pp. (VTT Technical; ).Cited by: 8. Dothideomycetes comprise a highly diverse range of fungi characterized mainly by asci with two wall layers (bitunicate asci) and often with fissitunicate dehiscence.

Many species are saprobes, with many asexual states comprising important plant pathogens. They are also endophytes, epiphytes, fungicolous, lichenized, or lichenicolous fungi. They occur in terrestrial, freshwater and marine Cited by: Eriksson OE (). On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia Il.

Phragmosporous and scolecosporous species. Arkiv för Botanik 6: – Eriksson OE (). The families of bitunicate ascomycetes. Opera Botanica 1– Eriksson OE (edn.) (). Outline of Ascomycota - Myconet 1– Eriksson OE, Hawksworth DL ().Cited by: Study on the fecundity of Cyprinus carpio communis (Linneaus,introduce) Shaheena Shafi, and Muni Parveen Department Centre of Research for Development, University of Kashmir, Pin, India Abstract- Mature specimens ranging in weight from g to g and in length frommm to mm were used.

WeightFile Size: KB. On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia. Dictyosprous species 6, 8 Arkiv fur Botanik Eriksson, O Pathological deterioration of looper-killed western hemlock on Southern Vancuouver Island Forest Science Engelhardt, NT A new species of.

Everett Stanley Luttrell, R. Hanlin and W. Garrett Dr. Luttrell, professor genera in this complex. It was through such studies that he merged emeritus of plant pathology at the the basic and applied aspects of mycology and plant pathology.

A study of the 48 published descriptions of taxa (including three varieties) of Phyllachora described from hosts belonging to Myrtaceae, is summarized in Table 1. This shows that there are three species of Phyllachora with close morphological similarity to P.

feijoae on A. sellowiana: P. brenesii, P. emarginata, and P. by: 1. Eriksson O. () On graminicolous pyrenomycetes from Fennoscandia. Phragmosporous and scolecosporous species.

Arkiv för Botanik, serie 2, 6: – Farr DF, Miller ME, Bruton BD. () Rhizopycnis vagum gen. et sp. nov., a new coelomycetous fungus from roots of melons and by: Paraphaeosphaeria O.E. Erikss., Arkiv før Botanik 6 (): () [MB#]. A study of the 48 published descriptions of taxa (including three varieties) of Phyllachora described from hosts belonging to Myrtaceae, is summarized in Table 1.

This shows that there are three species of Phyllachora with close morphological similarity to P. feijoae on A. sellowiana: P.

brenesii, P. emarginata, and P. subcircinans. Descriptions of the recognized species. m acanthicum Drechsler - Fig. 9, 7 a. Pythium acanthicum Drechsler - J.

Wash. Acad. Sci Fig. – P. acanthicum, CBS a oogonia and antheridia, b sporangia with discharge tubes. Colonies on cornmeal agar submerged, becoming yellowish after some time, on potato-carrot agar showing a rosette pattern.

The genus The genus Dinemasporium is used as a case study to evaluate the importance of conidial appendages for generic level classification of coelomycetous fungi. Based on morphology and sequence data of the large subunit nuclear ribosomal RNA gene (LSU, 28S) and the internal transcribed spacers and S rRNA gene of the nrDNA operon, the genus Dinemasporium is circumscribed, and an Cited by: We here taxonomically revise the suborder Massarineae (Pleosporales, Dothideomycetes, Ascomycota).Sequences of SSU and LSU nrDNA and the translation elongation factor 1-alpha gene (tef1) are newly obtained from Massarineae taxa that are phylogenetically analysed along with published sequences of taxa in this suborder retrieved from recognise 12 families Cited by: The species and six varieties listed from the province are distributed in 94 genera as follows: Perisporiales — 28 species and three varieties in 14 genera; Hypocreales — 19 species in 10 gener Cited by: 1.

Epiphyllous fungi from the Oligocene shallowmarine deposits of the Krabbedalen Formation, Kap Brewster, central East Greenland Identification of a population of Ranunculus achenes extracted from Middle Pleistocene sediments exposed at Belhus Park, Essex, UKCited by: 4.

The Pyrenomycete flora on Equisetum has been studied, mainly on Nordic material. With regard to frequency and host specificity these fungi can be divided into three groups, viz. 1) true Equisetum fungi; 2) common species but not restricted to Equisetum; 3) accidental species.

An annotated list is given of the two first categories which comprise the following taxa. 1: Didymosphaeria equiseti.

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Contribution of RPB2 to multilocus phylogenetic studies of the mycotina, Fungi. with special emphasis on the lichen-forming Acarosporaceae and evolution of polyspory.In growth chamber studies, Nus and Shashikumar (30) detected an increase in the susceptibility of bermudagrass plants to cold damage when infected by either O.

korrae or O. herpotricha. Also in growth chamber studies, Iriarte et al. (14) induced spring dead spot symptoms in inoculated bermudagrass following brief exposure to freezing.These studies added a new dimension to the mycology program and its interface with the study of plant pathogens by others in the Department.

The first person trained in mycology employed in the Department of Botany at the University of Georgia was John Moore Reade, a native of Canada, who was hired as Instructor in Botany in

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