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T. W. Childs

Variability of Polyporus schweinitzii in culture ...

by T. W. Childs

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Published in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polyporus schweinitzii.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Thomas White Childs.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK629.P7 C47 1936
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l., p. 29-50.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19635636M
    LC Control Number37014833

    Growth factors for Polyporus schweinitzii. The identification of ferulic acid as a new cofactor. Mycologia An Illustration of the Need for Multiple Techniques for the Preservation of Fungus Cultures In a recent article, Maniotis () reported observations on a cleistothecial mutant of Gelasinospora calospora (Mouton) CI. & Mir. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Academy Pod Stars Applesauce Scandalous Beauty - A Makeup and Beauty Podcast by Erin Baynham Cubbie Correlation Elevate Christian Disability Trust Indian Raaga on.

    Phaeolus schweinitzii produces annual basidiocarps from late summer into the fall, especially during wet weather. It is orange, red brown or yellow when young becoming rust or dark brown with age. It may be found in clusters, but the fruiting bodies are usually single. Phaeolus schweinitzii is a pathogen of conifers. It is a wood decay fungus. Cerioporus squamosus aka Polyporus squamosus is a basidiomycete bracket fungus, with common names including dryad's saddle and pheasant's back mushroom. It has a widespread distribution, being found in North America, Australia, Asia, and Europe, where it causes a white rot in the heartwood of living and dead hardwood trees. The name "dryad's saddle" refers to creatures in Greek mythology Family: Polyporaceae.

    William J. Robbins's 79 research works with 1, citations and reads, including: VOLUME XLVIII, ART. 2. PAGES 31–SEPTEM ANTIBIOTICS: PART I: MICROBIOLOGICALPART II. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Demond Hammock Fitness Importance.


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Variability of Polyporus schweinitzii in culture .. by T. W. Childs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Of Polyporus schweinitzii may exist freely in the soil, but there is little evidence supporting this. The importance of basidiospores, as a direct source of root infection, or for initiating growth of the fungus in the soil is not known.

Cultures of P. schweinitzii develop a Cited by: The interaction phenomenon between cultures of Polyporus schweinitzii has been investigated and used to determine the natural distribution of different strains of this fungus in conifer plantations.

The interaction behaviour of synthetic heterokaryons has shown that those derived from the pairing of completely unrelated basidiospores are those most likely to simulate the interaction potential Cited by: Variability of Polyporus schweinitzii in culture.

Phytopathol FreEs, L. (i )- Factors promoting growth of Coprinusfimetarius (L) under high tempera- turo by: 3. Importance. This disease can affect all southern pines and is most prevalent in trees that have suffered basal wounds from fire, logging, soil compaction, or root injury.

Phaeolus schweinitzii (Fr.) Pat. (for-merly Polyporus schweinitzii Fr.) has long been recognized as a cause of brown cubical root and butt rot in numerous species of conifers. In general, the disease has been a problem only on mature or overmature trees, especially those.

Childs, T. W.: Variability of Polyporus schweinitzii in culture. Phytopathol 29–50 (). Google ScholarCited by: 2. Polyporus schweinitzii Fr., Systema Mycologicum 1: () [MB#].

Untersuchungen über Mycelwachstum und Fruchtkörperbildung bei einigen Basidiomyceten (Polystictus versicolor, Polyporus annosus, Pleurotus ostreatus und Psalliota bispora) Childs, T.

W.: Variability of Polyporus schweinitzii in culture. Phytopathol 29 ff. ().Cited by: Polyporus. Other Names of Polyporus: Zhu ling and grifola Useful Parts of the Plant: Typically the useful part of the polyporus is the body of this mushroom that is also used for various medicinal properties.

Polyporus is basically a golden brown, large mushroom that is found growing on as well as around trees in wooded areas. Note on a heart rot of oak trees caused by Polyporus fronduses Fr.

Forestry, 14, 38–41 CrossRef Google Scholar Cartwright, K. G., Campbell, W. and Armstrong, F. The influences of fungal decay on the properties of : D. Phillips, D. Burdekin. Common Macrofungi in Eastern Forests and Their Ecosystem Functions Michael E.

Ostry Neil A. Anderson Velvet Top Fungus Phaeolus schweinitzii (Polyporus schweinitzii) 61 On the ground Club Coral Clavariadelphus and contribute genetic variation to established clones in soil and wood.

In nature, many mushrooms and bracket fungi may look File Size: 5MB. A SELECTIVE MEDIUM FOR THE ISOLATION OF POLYPORUS SCHWEINITZII M.

USCUPLIC Forestry Faculty, Sarajevo University, Yugoslovia AND R. PAWSEY Department of Forestry, University of Oxford Studies of butt rot caused by Polyporus schweinitzii Fr.

in conifer crops in Britain have failed to demonstrate that infection spreads directly by vegetative Cited by: 5. Barrett DK, Uscuplic M () The field distribution of interacting strains of Polyporus schweinitzii and their origin. New Phytol – CrossRef Google Scholar Bastiaans E, Debets AM, Aanen DK, Von Depeningen AD, Saupe SJ, Paoletti M () Natural variation of heterokaryon incompatibility gene het-c in Podospora anserine reveals Cited by: In a monograph, Maria Núñez and Leif Ryvarden grouped 32 Polyporus species into 6 morphologically-based infrageneric groups: Admirabilis, Dendropolyporus, Favolus, Polyporellus, Melanopus, and Polyporus sensu stricto.

The identity of the type species of Polyporus Class: Agaricomycetes. Polyporus umbellatus, a medicinal mushroom with multiple developed health-care products as food, medicine and cosmetics. Article (PDF Available) in Cryptogamie Mycologie 36(1) January 7 mg.

In spite of the variability of the assay it was found useful in estimating the activity of various preparations.

Existence of unidentified growth substances.-Growth promotion by a natural material when added to the basal medium was taken as presump-tive evidence for the existence for P.

schweinitzii of unidentified growth substance(s). The ability of Polyporus schweinitzii to infect wood already colonized by another fungus was investigated. Growth of P. schweinitzii through wood blocks was not inhibited by the presence of Armillaria mellea or P.

stipticus, whereas development was arrested by Sparassis crispa. Hypholoma fasciculare readily colonized wood containing P. by: Somatic incompatibility in Heterobasidion annosum is expressed as a narrow gap between interacting secondary mycelia.

The gap has sparse aerial hyphae, and few conidiophores. Hyphae on or in agar, by contrast, mingle freely. Anastomoses were observed between incompatible hyphae in micro-culture chambers, and no evidence of cell death or disruption was noted, although there was evidence of Cited by: m Population Biology of Forest Decomposer Basidiomycetes Jan Stenlid Contents 1.

Jan Stenlid Childs, T.W. Variability of Polyporus schweinitzii in culture. Phytopathology, 27, Population Biology of Forest Decomposer Basidiomycetes M6ykkynen, T. and Kontiokari, J. Spore deposition of Heterobasidion Cited by:   Europe PMC is an ELIXIR Core Data Resource Learn more >. Europe PMC is a service of the Europe PMC Funders' Group, in partnership with the European Bioinformatics Institute; and in cooperation with the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the U.S.

National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM).It includes content provided to the PMC International archive by participating Cited by: 3. Register new name (species, genus, family, etc) Register new type specimen of existing taxa (epitype, neotype, etc).Signs and symptoms of Phaeolus schweinitzii infection, including root and butt rot, wind-thrown living trees, and dead standing trees, were observed in plantations of to yr-old slash pines.As the model objects are selected species of Polyporus, which includes a number of morphological species, featuring a w ide range of morphological variability.

Morphological analysis of macro- and.