Investigations of two-spored forms in the genus Mycena
Publisher: Lancaster press, inc. in [Lancaster, Pa
Written in English
- Plants -- Reproduction.
|Statement||[by] Alexander H. Smith.|
|LC Classifications||QK629.A4 S5 1933|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||35001249|
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Alexander H Smith. His doctoral dissertation was entitled "Investigations of Two-spored Forms in the Genus Mycena", which was later published as a journal article. Career. In he was appointed assistant curator at the University of Michigan Herbarium, Investigations of two-spored forms in the genus Mycena book he was to spend his entire professional career.
He was appointed director of the Herbarium in and Born: DecemCrandon, Wisconsin. His doctoral dissertation was entitled "Investigations of Two-spored Forms in the Genus Mycena", which was later published as a journal article.
 Career. In he was appointed assistant curator at the University of Michigan Herbarium, where he was to spend his entire professional career. He was appointed director of the Herbarium in Author of Mushrooms in their natural habitats, The mushroom hunter's field guide, North American species of Mycena, The mushroom hunter's field guide, Music Activities for Retarded Children, Certain species of inocybe in the herbarium of the University of Michigan, The veiled species of Hebeloma in the western United States, Unusual agarics from MichiganWritten works: Mushrooms In Their Natural Habitats.
Roussel was shown to be polyphyletic by Moncalvo et al. () and Matheny et al. Since then, several papers on European species have been published introducing new taxa (e.g., Robich et.
Alexander Hanchett Smith (Decem – Decem ) was an American mycologist known for his extensive contributions to the taxonomy and phylogeny of. Alexander Hanchett Smith was an American mycologist known for his extensive contributions to the taxonomy and phylogeny of the higher fungi theborn in Crandon, was the second child of Ruth M.
and Edward A. Schmidt, who changed their name to Smith. After the death of his mother in his teens and family moved to West De Pere, Wisconsin, to live with their paternal grandparents.
tered on the genus Mycena and led eventually to the publication of his book, North American Species of Mycena, which is still regarded as the leading work on this genus. Inhe was ap- Investigations of two-spored forms in the genus Mycena.
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Included are. Give. Published: August The diploid cell and the diploidisation process in plants and animals, with special reference to the higher fungi. Reginald Buller 1Cited by: New to Poland species of the broadly defined genus Coprinus (Basidiomycota, Agaricomycotina) Diverticulate veil, two-spored.
basidia and warty spores make this species easy to recognize. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. "Two-Spored Morel." Edible. Cap free from the stem to the top, somewhat resembling that of M. semilibera, but blunt at its summit instead of conical, the outward surface deeply pitted, inner surface smooth and barren.
A characteristic of this species which distinguishes it from others of the same genus is found in the number of its sporidia. Full text of "A Preliminary Report on the Hymeniales of Connecticut" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
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Its site. STRUCTURE AND BEHAVIOR OF FUNGUS NUCLEI disposed towards amitotic budding. The species was concluded to be apogamous, and fusions between zoospores and plasmodia were considered to be of a vegetative nature.
Von Stosch reported that this variety is probably triploid, as it has about three times the chromosome number of vat. eunigripes. REVIEW Mycoscience () â€“14 Â© The Mycological Society of Japan and Springer DOI /s Ronald H. Petersen Â Karen W. Hughes Some agaric distribution patterns involving Pacifi c landmasses and Pacifi c Rim Abstract The Pacifi c Ocean and the â€œPacifi c Rimâ€ include a vast geographic area and most categories of the earthâ€™s ecological by: Includes bibliographical references.
Kemp, R. O.: Bifactoral incompatibility in the two-spored basidiomycetes coprinus sassii and c. bilanatus, Kempf, E.K.: Electron microscopy of Cenozoic and Mesozoic megaspores, Kendall, W. A.; Sherwood, R. T.: Palatability of Leaves of Tall Fescue and Reed Canarygrass and of Some of Their Alkaloids to Meadow Voles, American mycologist (Born:Crandon, USA.
Died:Ann Arbor, USA). Occupations: Scientist, Botanist, Biologist, Mycologist. From: America. (CAN) 15 Gasteromycetes, a Czech book fromwas to be part of a series of books on the Czech Flora (a series never finished).
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Two-spored Basidia pestris. cam-Atkinson. has observed that the basidia of the cultivated. forms of Psalliota campestris (the varieties Columbia, Alaska, Bohemia, and others) are two-spored, whereas those of the wild four-spored. field. form are. However, he found a two-spored variety of Psalliota.
campestris in the open a. once. on a lawn, and. AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRODUCTION, LIBERATION, AND DISPERSION OF THE SPORES OF HYMENOMYCETES TREATED BOTANICALLY AND PHYSICALLY.
Mycena sect. Hygrocyboideae in the mountains of the Dominican Republic. Treesearch. Jean Lodge; B.A. Perry; D.E. Desjardin. A collection of Mycena epipterygia from montane cloud forest in the Dominican Republic was found to have one-fourth to one-half monosporous basidia mixed with bisporous basidia.
It is described as a new. Review of the taxonomy of the genus Arthrobacter, emendation of the genus Arthrobacter sensu lato, proposal to reclassify selected species of the genus Arthrobacter in the novel g. Cejp K., — Revision of the central european species of the group Omphalia-Mycena with special regard to the Czechoslovak species.
Publ. Fac. — Investigations of two-spored forms in the genus Mycena. Mycologia, — — North American species of Mycena. = Munsell Book of Color. — Munsell Cited by: 6. Mushrooms: Cultivation, Nutritional Value, Medicinal Effect, and Environmental Impact economic and social changes.
Therefore, the significant impact of mushroom cultivation and mushroom derivatives and products on human welfare in the 21st century can be considered globally as a “Nongreen Revolution.”7.