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eBook Key to Spores of the Genera of North Temperate Forests With Special Reference to Animal Mycophagy ePub

by M. A. Castellano,James M. Trappe,Zane Maser,Chris Maser

  • ISBN: 0916422771
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: M. A. Castellano,James M. Trappe,Zane Maser,Chris Maser
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mad River Pr Inc (December 1, 1989)
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Key to spores of the genera of hypogeous fungi of north temperate forest with special reference to animal mycophagy.

Of the 10 genera of North American microtines, the molars of 4 become rooted in adults and thus do not grow continuously; the molars of the remaining 6 do not develop true roots and grow throughout the life of the animal. Key to spores of the genera of hypogeous fungi of north temperate forest with special reference to animal mycophagy.

Key to spores of the genera of hypogeous fungi of north temperate forest with special reference to animal mycophagy. As a result of the revision of herbarium material of the genera Stephanospora Pa. Hydnangium Wallr. ex Klotzsch and Octaviania Vittad

Key to spores of the genera of hypogeous fungi of north temperate forest with special reference to animal mycophagy. ex Klotzsch and Octaviania Vittad. four species of Stephanospora has been identified, viz. S. aurantiaca (R. Heim et Malençon) . nov. (Europe), S. caroticolor (Berk.

Castellano MA, Trappe JM, Maser Z, Maser C ( 1989) Keys to spores. Vicenza: Associazione Micologica Bresadola. of the genera of hypogeous fungi of north temperate forests. with special reference to animal mycophagy.

Trappe, Z. Maser, C. Maser, 1989 ABSTRACT Background: Boletales are studied widely in temperate forest, but in tropical forest are little known

Trappe, Z. Maser, 1989. Key to spores of the. genera of hypogeous fungi of north temperate forests with special. reference to animal mycophagy. Mad River Press, Eureka, California. ABSTRACT Background: Boletales are studied widely in temperate forest, but in tropical forest are little known. Objective: The aim of this paper is to increase the knowledge of tropical Boletales from Mexico. Methods: Mycological explorations were carried out between 2014 and 2017 in Quintana Roo state. All the specimens were herborized and deposited at mycological herbarium José Castillo Tovar of Instituto Tecnológico de Ciudad Vic- toria (ITCV).

Chris Maser is an independent author as well as an international lecturer, facilitator, and consultant in resolving environmental conflicts, vision statements, sustainable community development, as well as forest ecology and sustainable forestry practices.

Castellano MA, Trappe JM, Maser Z, Maser C (1989) Keys to spores of the genera of hypogeous fungi of North temperate forests with special reference to animal mycophagy. Mad River Press, California. Fitch WM (1971) Towards defining the course of evolution: minimal change for a specified tree topology. Syst Zool 20:406–416. Gardes M, Bruns TD (1993) ITS primers with enhanced specificity for basidiomycetes application to the identification of mycorrhizae and rusts.

Castellano M. J. M. Trappe, Z. Maser, and C. Maser. Key to Spores of the Genera of Hypogeous Fungi of North Temperate Forests with Special Reference to Animal Mycophagy. Mad River Press, Eureka, CA, USA. Catalfomo, . and, J. Trappe. Ectomycorrhizal fungi: a phytochemical survey. Northwest Science 44:19–24. Cázares, . D. L. Luoma, J. Eberhart, M. P. Amaranthus, C. Cray, M. Dodd, and M. McArthur. Hypogeous fungal diversity and biomass following salvage logging in Mt.

Key to spores of the genera of hypogeous fungi of north temperate forests with special reference to animal . New species and new varieties of the genus Melanogaster from Ching. Journal of Shanxi University (Nat. Sci. E. 18: 449-453

Key to spores of the genera of hypogeous fungi of north temperate forests with special reference to animal mycophagy. García, J. Castillo, J. Trappe, 1992. 18: 449-453. Cázares, E. et al. Melanogaster minisporus sp. no. a new sequestrate member of the Boletales of Mexico.