2 edition of Studies of tropical Xylariaceae found in the catalog.
Studies of tropical Xylariaceae
Margaret Ann Whalley
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Portsmouth, 2001.
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INTRODUCTION. Xylariaceae is one of the best-known and widely distributed families of Ascomycota. The majority of the species are wood inhabitants, and are particularly well represented in the tropics. Ju & Rogers () recognized 38 genera, Whalley () 40, and the number has grown to at least 76 (Lumbsch & Huhndorf ), although the total varies according to individual opinion and the. Anthony J. S. Whalley (/): The Xylariaceae: some ecological considerations. – Sydowia – -
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Most studies on endophytes of tropical plants center around one or a few individual hosts and they address the existence of endophytes in a tropical plant community (Kumaresan and Suryanarayanan, ; Suryanarayanan et al., ).
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Not indexed. Not illustrated. edition. The British tradition of leadership on studies of tropical Xylariaceae continues under the Whalley’s, Anthony and Margaret, and others. Among those non-British pioneers of tropical Xylariaceae must be mentioned P.
Hennings, J. Miller, C. Montagne, H. Rehm, R. Toro and F. by: Estes anamorfos indicant que o genero Phylacia pertence a Xylariaceae. Key Words: Xylariaceae, Phylacia, Geniculosporium, taxonomy Introduction Phylacia Lev.
is a genus of unusual and highly distinctive tropical ascomycetes. Ascomata in the genus are black and carbonaceous. Asci are glo bose and arranged without apparent order within.
BIBLIOGRAPHY. Abe, Y. Notes on some common xylariaceous and diatrypaceous fungi on hardwoods in Japan II. Hypoxylon hypomiltum and its small-spored variety. Trans. Mycol. Soc. The majority are wood inhabitants and are prevalent in tropical and subtropical The Xylariaceae is one of the best-known pyrenomycete families (Ascomycota) and is distributed throughout the world.
Part of the Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology book series (PMSB, volume 53 Ju Y-M () Studies of Xylariaceae from Taiwan. Many are endophytes. They are commonly found throughout the temperate and tropical regions of the world.
We have fully monographed or revised 14 genera of the Xylariaceae, including: Ascovirgaria J. Rogers & Y.-M. Ju, Biscogniauxia Kuntze, Creosphaeria Theiss., Daldinia Ces. Purchase Tropical Rain Forest Ecosystems, Volume 14B - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe Xylariaceae are a family of mostly small ascomycetous is one of the most commonly encountered groups of ascomycetes and is found throughout the temperate and tropical regions of the world.
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In this study, we obtained isolates of Xylariaceae from healthy, attached leaves and teleomorphic stromata on decayed plant materials in a permanent plot at Khao Yai National Park (Thailand).
*immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. 1 vol. 43(1) 1 - 8 Daldinia eschscholtzii (Ascomycota, Xylariaceae) isolated from the Brazilian Amazon: taxonomic features and mycelial growth conditions Kamila Tomoko YUYAMA 1,3, Jadergudson PEREIRA2, Cristina Sayuri MAKI3, Noemia Kazue ISHIKAWA1 ABSTRACT.
During the study approx. specimens and corresponding mycelial cultures originating from various tropical and subtropical regions of the world (e.g., Argentina, French Guiana, Texas, Thailand.
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Xylariaceae in tropical South East Asia. THE XYLARIACEAE: CHEMICAL DIVERSITY Unlike most ascomycete genera the Xylariaceae has received considerable attention over the past 25 years regarding production of secondary metabolites (17}.
In the earliest investigations of the family Daldinia concentrica (Bolt.:Fr.) Ces. & De found to contain. nities of tropical plants (Petrini et al., ). It is therefore not surprising that the Xylariaceae have been the target for many researchers.
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Species and generic recognition in the order Xylariales has been uncertain due to lack of molecular data from authentic cultures, as well as overlapping morphological characteristics. In this study, we revise the families Graphostromataceae, Hypoxylaceae, Lopadostomataceae and Xylariaceae in Xylariales.
Our study is based on DNA sequence data derived from living cultures of fresh isolates.