monograph of the world species of Hypoxylon. by Julian Howell Miller

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Bibliography: p. 144-147.

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LC ClassificationsQK623.X9 M5
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Paginationxii, 158 p.
Number of Pages158
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Monograph of the world species of Hypoxylon. Athens, University of Georgia Press [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Julian Howell Miller. A monograph of the world species of Hypoxylon. Book: A monograph of the world species of Hypoxylon.

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Julian H. Miller. University of Georgia Press, Athens, xii + pp. Illus. $Author: D. French. Hypoxylon is a genus of ascomycetes commonly found on dead wood, and usually one of the earliest species to colonise dead wood.

A common European species is Hypoxylon fragiforme which is particular monograph of the world species of Hypoxylon. book on dead trunks of beech. Based on morphological studies and gene sequence analyses, 27 species formerly assigned to Hypoxylon sect.

Annulata were Class: Sordariomycetes. Ju and Rogers () in "A revision of the genus Hypoxylon" features species, out of which belong to section Hypoxylon. Thind, K. and Dargan, J. Author: Ketaki Patil. The pages on Hypoxylon are based on the following book to which the user is also referred: Ju, Y.-M., and J.

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KEY TO THE BRITISH SPECIES OF HYPOXYLON A.I.S. Whalley Hypoxylon Bull. ex Fr. is one of the largest genera in the Xylariaceae, its species have a world wide distribution and it is fairly well represented in by: 1. indispensable guide for the determination of species and a sound basis for further research.-RUTH HORNER ARNOLD.

A MONOGRAPH OF THE WORLD SPECIES OF HYPOXYLON, by Julian H. Miller. xii + p., 76 plates. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia. Price, $ This volume well deserves its title.

Based on the author's long ex. About this book. Language: English. A world-monograph of the genus Cheilymenia Boud. is presented. The monograph basically maintains the latest infrageneric classification of the genus as given in Moravec (b), supplemented and modified in Moravec (, a, c) and here, to reflect new results.

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Key for the identification of British species of Hypoxylon i Stromata carbonaceous and non-pigmented, ostioles papillate, conidiophores (fertile cells) when present always geniculate, perithecia never less than o.5 cm diameter (oo.9 cm 47%, or over o'9 cm 53%), no tolerance to sodium propionate (Cluster 3).

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Mycol Prog –Cited by: Ju, Y.-M., J. Rogers & H.-M. Hsieh. Hypoxylon species and notes on some names associated with or related to Hypoxylon.

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Xylaria hypoxylon: Scientific name: Xylaria hypoxylon (L.) Grev. Derivation of name: Hypo- means "below" or "under" and xylon refers to "wood." Synonyms: Xylosphaera hypoxylon Common name(s): Candlesnuff fungus Phylum: Ascomycota Order: Xylariales Family: Xylariaceae Occurrence on wood substrate: Saprobic; clustered on or near decaying hardwood; June.

Comments: Hypoxylon fragiforme may be confused with Hypoxylon howeianum, a species typically growing on trees other than beech. However, the two species may occur together on beech and certainty of identification will require ascospore measurements.

Figure 1. Fruit bodies of Hypoxylon fragiforme on a dead beech (Fagus grandifolia) branch. Note. Hypoxylon from Acheron Gap, Victoria, Australia. Fungal Diversity 3: Hypoxylon fuhreri sp. nov., is described based on a collection from wood, made in a cool­ temperate rainforest, at Acheron Gap, Victoria, Australia.

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Stromata effused, effused-pulvinate to pulvinate, with inconspicuous to very conspicuous perithecial mounds, mm long x mm broad x (-2) mm thick; surface rust (39), sienna (8), bay (6), umber (9) to dark brick (60), usually wrinkled between the perithecial mounds, with margins yellow to orange and frequently widely effused.

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ISL. Hypoxylon macrosporum P. Karst., a new species for Iceland Geir Mathiassen 1, Alfred Granmo 1, Guðríður Gyða Eyjólfsdóttir2 & Øyvind Stensrud 3 1 Department of Natural Sciences, Tromsø University Museum.

From these studies came a world monograph of the genus Hypoxylon, which he completed after his retirement in He died before it could be published and it was brought out posthumously. At the time of his death in he was also working on a monograph of Xylaria, but unfortunately it was not sufficiently advanced to permit completion by.

Hypoxylon definition is - a genus of fungi (family Xylariaceae) having effuse to hemispherical stromata and including a species (H. pruinatum) that causes a canker of poplars. A Monograph of the World Species of Hypoxylon Allen Callan Diseases of Populas in British Columbia: A Diagnostic Manual Common Tree Diseases of British Columbia Gilman A Manual of Soil Fungi Clements The Genera of Fungi Bassett An Atlas of Airborne Pollen Grains and Common Fungus Spores of Canada Gallegos Foliar Fungi of Western Trees The Genus.

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ISBN: For updates, see Series Monographiae Ciliophorae. Buy individual chapters, then you get the whole book for 50 Euro. More. Miller monographed Hypoxylon in Over the years discovery of additional taxa and use of characters has made a revisionary treatment necessary.

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Book Material. Published material. Publication info [London]For the subscibers, by the author, Notes: Plates by J. Wolf and J. Smit. Atkinsonella hypoxylon virus. From Wikispecies. Jump to navigation Jump to search.

Taxonavigation. Regnum: Virus Group III: dsRNA Ordo: Familia: Partitiviridae Genus: Betapartitivirus Species: Atkinsonella hypoxylon virus. Name. Atkinsonella hypoxylon virus. Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; Tools What links here. The scientific name of Xylaria hypoxylon was given to this ascomycetous fungus by Carl Linnaeus inSynonyms of Xylaria hypoxylon include Clavaria hypoxylon L., Sphaeria hypoxylon (L.) Pers.

Sphaeria ramosa Dicks and Xylosphaera hypoxylon (L.) Dumort. Xylaria hypoxylon, commonly called the Candlesnuff Fungus is a fungus in the genus Xylaria.

Hypoxylon canker of aspen, caused by the fungus Hypoxylon mammatum, is one of the most serious diseases of aspen in the United States. The disease abounds east of the Rocky Mountains wherever aspen occurs.

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A Hypoxylon species with stromata similar to H. investiens, but differing in its stromatal pigment granules that release a pale green KOH-soluble pigment, rather than a dark olive pigment, the absence of daldinone A in its stromata, and with distinct ribosomal DNA, α-actin and β-tubulin sequences.

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His wife Daphne entrusted to Pjotr Lawant, Secretary of the I. E. S. and Assistant Editor of Euphorbia World, the finishing of the manuscript.Species identification description of carbon antlers (Xylaria hypoxylon) Identification This fungus produces forked, antler-shaped fruiting bodies that grow cm tall on a thin stalk.

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