A key and a plan of tentative classification of the fundamental families of medical fungi are given. It is based on the presence, in tissues or cultures, of different categories of true spores, conidia and vegetative spores (thallospores). The most important “medical” genera of fungi, with type species, basonym, author and data for each.
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Sphaerocarpaceae is a family of liverworts known as bottle liverworts. Approximately ten species are included in this family, most of them in the genus Sphaerocarpos, but one additional species in the genus Geothallus. Distribution. The majority of species in the family occur along the western edge of the Americas, from Washington to central Chile. However, the type species for Sphaerocarpos.
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Beales in Classic Roses (p98) does a superb job of comparing them. He ennumerates all the classes in each system, and as he writes about roses in each of the many groups, he gives the group's classification in each system. Most of these systems rely strongly on the genetic history of a rose in determining its classification. So gallicas are.
Abstract. A new species,Sphaeromeria ruthiae, from Zion National Park, and three new combinations,S. martirensis,S. compacta, andS. potentilloides var.nitrophila, are presented.Morphological and anatomical evidence is used to support the recognition ofSphaeromeria as distinct fromTanacetum.
Twenty-six species of Sporobolus from Australia (including two closely related, weedy species that may occur in the future) are revised taxonomically in this paper. Two new species, S. latzii and S. sessilis, are recognized and described. The DELTA system has been used to generate descriptions of all taxa and a complete list of all characters used is given.
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Actinosphaerium eichhornii Actinosphaerium eichhornii (Ehrenberg, 1840) Stein, 1857 Diagnosis: Body usually spherical, sometimes cylindrical or flattened; cytoplasm usually with a discrete peripheral layer of large vacuoles; ecto- and endoplasm are clearly separated; diameter of the endoplasm more than twice the thickness of the ectoplasm; numerous nuclei, 20-500, scattered in the periphery of.
NOTES. This isolate was obtained from Pat Millner (USDA-ARS Beltsville, MD, USA).It was easy to identify as S. viscosum because of the thorough and detailed description by Walker et al. (1995). The fungus is a prolific sporulator, with almost 50% of spores in culture organized in loose aggregates.
Journal of Ornamental Plants, Volume 7, Number 1: 45-51, March, 2017 45 In vitro Evaluation of Some Fungicides and Tea Extract Against Pestalotia sp. and Colletotrichum sp., The Causal Agents of Leaf Spot and Anthracnose of Azalea.
Barley net blotch (BNB) caused by Pyrenophora teres, and Septoria tritici blotch (STB) caused by Mycosphaerella graminicola, are destructive cereal diseases worldwide on barley and wheat respectively. Due to the lack of highly resistant cultivars, both diseases are widely controlled using fungicides. Systemic, site-specific modern fungicides have played an essential role in disease management.
The blind-seed disease fungus (Gloeotinia temulenta) increased in prevalence rapidly in western Oregon from 1941 to 1944 until nearly 90% of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) crops were infected. A control program started in September, 1944 and based mainly on reducing inoculum by plowing under severely diseased plantings reduced the incidence of seriously infected crops.
Anthericum liliago in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2019 Jan. 07. International Plant Names Index. 2019. Anthericum liliago. Published online. Accessed Jan. 07 2019. The Plant List 2013. Anthericum liliago in The Plant List Version 1.1.
Data Source and References for Borago officinalis (common borage) from the USDA PLANTS database.
Citronella aka Andreea is a genus of trees and shrubs in the family Cardiopteridaceae described as a genus in 1832. It is native to tropical regions of South and Central America, insular Southeast Asia, Queensland, and islands of the western Pacific. The genus was formerly treated as belonging to the family Icacinaceae.
While Ramularia leaf blight of cotton caused by Ramularia areola is of top most importance for Brazil, information is lacking regarding the survival mechanism of this pathogen during the cotton-free period. The teleomorph of R. areola is expected to belong to the genus Mycosphaerella. In the present study attempts were made to verify occurrence of this teleomorph in the State of Mato Grosso.