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contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales)

Harold H. Burdsall

contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales)

by Harold H. Burdsall

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Published by J. Cramer Publisher in Braunschweig, Germany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phanerochaete -- Classification.,
  • Fungi -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHarold H. Burdsall, Jr.
    SeriesMycologia memoir ;, no. 10
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK629.C785 B87 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination165 p. :
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2853160M
    ISBN 103768213927, 0893272612
    LC Control Number84015556

    Taxonomy. Phanerochaetaceae was first conceived by Swedish mycologist John Eriksson in as the subfamily Phanerochaetoideae of the Corticiaceae. It was later published validly by Erast Parmasto in , and raised to familial status by Swiss mycologist Walter Jülich in The type genus is Phanerochaete.. In , Karl-Henrik Larsson proposed using the name Phanerochaetaceae to refer. Taxonomy and Carolus Linnaeus. Taxonomy is the part of science that focuses on naming and classifying or grouping organisms. A Swedish naturalist named Carolus Linnaeus is .

    No. 4. Larsen, Michael J. A Contribution to the Taxonomy of the Genus Tomentella. pages, figures, paperbound. A Contribution to the Taxonomy of the Genus Phanerochaete. pages. $ No. Hesseltine, C. W., Wang, Hwa L. and collaborators. Indigenous fer- are fully described and illustrated in this book, and. Get this from a library! A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Anoplius Dufour (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae) including a revision of the palaeotropical subgenus .

    Just as most people (with such rare exceptions as Cher and Madonna) are identified by two names, a personal and a family name, taxonomy makes use of a system called binomial nomenclature, in which each type of plant or animal is given a two-word name, with the first name identifying the genus and the second the species. In binomial nomenclature. No. 4. Larsen, Michael J. A Contribution to the Taxonomy of the Genus Tomentella. pages, figures, paperbound. Price to MSA members: $ Others: $ Orders for the above should be sent to Roy E. Halling, Managing Editor, Mycologia Memoirs, The .


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Contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales) by Harold H. Burdsall Download PDF EPUB FB2

Buy Contribution to the Taxonomy of the Genus Phanerochaete (Mycologia Memoirs) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Contribution to the Taxonomy of the Genus Phanerochaete (Mycologia Memoirs): Burdsall, Harold H.: : BooksAuthor: Harold H. Burdsall. Contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales).

Braunschweig, Germany: J. Cramer Publisher, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold H Burdsall.

A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales). @inproceedings{BurdsallACT, title={A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales).}, author={Harold H.

Burdsall}, year={} }. Burdsall, A Contribution to the Taxonomy of the Genus Phanerochaete (Corticiacae, Aphyllophorales). Mycologia Memoir No. S., 46 Abb., Braunschweig Author: Peter Hübsch.

A Contribution to the Taxonomy of a sustainable online platform for over journals and books published by. Phylogenetic relationships of the genus Phanerochaete inferred from the. Rhizochaete is a small genus of crust fungi that is closely related to Phanerochaete.A new species Rhizochaete belizensis is described, and three new combinations are proposed.

Morphological studies and molecular sequence data from two nuclear ribosomal DNA regions (ITS and LSU) support the recognition of R. belizensis which is closely related to R.

radicata. Taxonomy. The genus was circumscribed by Finnish mycologist Petter Karsten in Marinus Anton Donk redefined the limits of the genus in two publications in and Phanerochaete has traditionally been delimited based on the overall morphology of the fruit body, as well as microscopic characteristics including the nature of the hyphal structure, cystidia, and spores.

Introduction. Phanerochaete is a diverse saprotrophic genus in Polyporales with global ochaete species are associated with white-rotted wood and fruitbodies grow on fallen branches and logs, branches attached on trees, twigs, and even wood buried in soil.

Fruitbodies are resupinate, membranaceous, crustaceous or detachable, smooth, tuberculate or hydnoid, of variable. Taxonomy - Taxonomy - The Linnaean system: Carolus Linnaeus, who is usually regarded as the founder of modern taxonomy and whose books are considered the beginning of modern botanical and zoological nomenclature, drew up rules for assigning names to plants and animals and was the first to use binomial nomenclature consistently ().

Although he introduced the standard hierarchy of class. H.H. Burdsall JrA contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales) Mycologia Memoirs, 10 (), pp.

Google Scholar. Phanerochaete sordida is distinguished on the basis of the broad thick-walled loosely arranged hyphae that have a rigid lattice-work appearance.

Clamp connections are rarely found in this species. Phanerochaete sordida is distinguished from P. laevis and P. velutina by. There are about 46 other species of Phanerochaete, as found in Hal Burdsall's monograph of that genus."A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete" Mycologia ochaete species generally have cordons, groups of hyphae on the edges of the fruiting body and they all generally have simple septate hyphae.

"A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete" () in Mycologia Memoir Monograph recognizing 46 species. Harold H. Burdsall, Jr. () "A revision of the genus Hydnocystis (Tuberales) and of the hypogeous species of Geopora (Pezizales)" in Mycologia 60 pp.

- Genus, Species. Domain. A domain is the highest rank of organisms. The three-domain system of taxonomy was designed by Carl Woese in the year Taxonomic ranks should always be capitalized, except for species as it assists people to distinguish between bacteria and Bacteria ((the organisms and the domain).

Register new name (species, genus, family, etc) Register new type specimen of existing taxa (epitype, neotype, etc). A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales).

Mycologia Memoir 1 – Burdsall HH, Nakasone KK. Taxonomy of Phanerochaete chrysorhizon and Hydnum omnivorum. Mycotaxon 7: 10 – 22 Dahlstrom JL, Smith JE, Weber NS.

A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus. The species is also included in Red book of Dolní Morava (Řepka et al. (Cooke) Jülich is in presence of thin-walled, sparsely incrusted. genus. a taxonomic category containing a group of similar species.

When Moses recorded the Book of _____, workable principles of taxonomy and genetics had not been developed. The Swedish botanist who made the greatest contributions to taxonomy was.

Taxonomy, in a broad sense the science of classification, but more strictly the classification of living and extinct organisms. The internationally accepted taxonomic nomenclature is the Linnaean system created by Swedish naturalist Carolus Linnaeus, who drew up rules for assigning names to plants and animals.

In this model, the genus is the first name, and the species is the second name, with the first letter of the genus name always capitalized. Therefore, each organism is sorted by a genus, species classification, such as Homo sapien for man.

Linnaeus also proposed to expand the genus-species nomenclature to include larger units of likeness, for. 1. Author(s): Burdsall,Harold H; New York Botanical Garden.; Mycological Society of America.

Title(s): A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete.Taxonomy or Plant Systematics, despite what people would have • Books with color photos or drawings often are arranged by color, but this is imprecise because of different color • For example, the genus Fragaria (strawberry) has flowers with 5 petals, but occasionally an individual will display 6 .Burdsall Jr HH () A contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales).

Mycologia Memoir 1 – Eriksson J Hjortstam K Ryvarden L () The Corticiaceae of North Europe 6. Fungiflora, Oslo, –