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Hitherto unreported Agaricus species of Central India  [PDF]
ALKA KARWA,MAHENDRA KUMAR RAI
Nusantara Bioscience , 2010,
Abstract: Karwa A, Rai MK. 2010. Hitherto unreported Agaricus species of Central India. Nusantara Bioscience 2: 141-145. Melghat forest region from Central India was surveyed for occurrence of medicinal and culinary mushrooms during the years 2005-2008. Out of total 153 species, ten species of Agaricus were recorded from different localities. Of these, seven species namely Agaricus bitorquis, A. subrufescens, A. augustus, A. placomyces, A. essettei, A. basioanolosus and Agaricus sp. nov (a new species) are being reported for the first time from the region. The commercial button mushroom Agaricus bisporus lacks good breeding characters due to its bisporic nature. These wild cousins of the button mushroom can definitely prove to be a good source of genetic manipulations to the existing strains and also to develop new strains with improved characters.
A hitherto unreported disruption of cervical branches of facial artery
Sharma P,Salwan S
International Journal of Anatomical Variations , 2011,
Abstract: According to its course, the branches of the facial artery are arranged under two headings; cervical component (branches in the digastric triangle) and facial component (branches on the face).Variations in the branches of the facial component of the facial artery have been frequently studied and reported. However, variations in the cervical component are rare. A hitherto unreported variant of the cervical component of the facial artery was observed in a 55-year-old male cadaver during routine undergraduate dissection. The facial artery was arising from the external carotid artery as a common trunk with the lingual artery in the right carotid triangle and its ascending palatine and tonsillar branches were arising from the external carotid artery. It is important for surgeons and radiologists to be aware of the normal anatomy of the facial artery and the external carotid artery. Herein, we describe the detailed anatomical features of the variant branching pattern of the right facial artery and its clinical implications.
Taxonomic status of Bupleurum (Apiaceae) in outer hills of Kashmir Himalayas, India  [cached]
B. L. Bhellum
Journal of Biology and Earth Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: The genus Bupleurum is perennial rhizomatous herbs, recognized by simple leaves,conspicuous bracts and bractlets, often shows a great deal of variation in morphological characteristics. The genus is well developed in temperate and alpine zones of Kashmir Himalayas and other lesser Himalayan ranges of Jammu and Kashmir State. A key to the species, brief description, flowering and fruiting periods are given. The approximate elevation, distribution of species in the region andillustrations of selected species are provided.Material and Methods: The present communication is based on the surveys conducted between 1990 and 2007. The speciemens were mounted on the herbarium sheets and studied in the laboratory with the help of floristic literature.Results: As many as 10 species of genus Bupleurum have been recognized, from the different climaticzones of outer hills of Kashmir Himalayas of Jammu and Kashmir State.Conclusion: The report is first of its kind being communicated from the State of Jammu and Kashmir. Ten species of Bupleurum are described.
Survey of Macrofungi (including Truffles) in Qatar
Roda F Al-Thani
Atlas Journal of Biology , 2010,
Abstract: Fourteen macrofungal genera belonging to 11 families and 7 orders were identified. These were isolated from different habitats (semi- desert, gardens, park, decayed roots of dead trees and under trees) in Qatar. Macrofungi are defined here as ascomycetes and basidiomycetes with large, conspicuous spore-bearing structures that form above or beneath ground. This study indicated that the distribution of macrofungi is dependent on the plant community and the environmental conditions.
New Records of Macrofungi from Turkey  [PDF]
Aziz Turkoglu,Mustafa Isloglu,Hakan All1,M. Halil Solak
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: This taxonomic study is based on macrofungi collected Babadag District (Denizli) in the period 2005-2006. As a result of field and laboratory studies, five new records are presented. These species are Leptopodia elastica, Entoloma incarnatofuscescens, Geastrum minimum, Hygrophorus speciosus and Russula sororia.
Macrofungi of Tavas (Denizli) District in Turkey  [PDF]
Ali Celik Celik,Muhammet Usak,Kudret Gezer,Aziz Turkoglu
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: Macrofungi samples have been collected during the field trips carried out in Tavas (Denizli) between in 1999-2001. As a result of field and Laboratory studies totally 45 taxa belong to 19 families were identified. Nine of these belong to Ascomycetes and 36 to Basidiomycetes. Seventeen species are edible and four taxa are poisonous.
Macrofungi of the Zasavica special nature reserve  [PDF]
Cvijanovi? Marko S.,Stankovi? Mihajlo N.,Matavulj Milan N.,Loli? Svjetlana B.
Zbornik Matice Srpske za Prirodne Nauke , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/zmspn0916235c
Abstract: In the frame of biodiversity investigation of the Republic of Serbia, the investigation of the presence and the diversity of macrofungi of the Zasavica Special Nature Reserve (North Serbia) has been undertaken. Relatively poor generic diversity of macrofungi was recorded with domination of ecological group of wood-decaying species. Even though being preliminary, our results point to the necessity of conservation and protection of recent fungal diversity but, in our opinion, not by making a so-called 'Red list of endangered species', which, due to the lack of information and very poor evidence on this group of organisms in our country, are extremely unreliable and therefore disputable, but rather through the very short list of a few not endangered species, conditionally called 'White list of not endangered fungal species', if such species recently exist et all.
Biodiversity of macrofungi in Imphal, India-I  [cached]
M. NABAKANTA SINGH* G.K.N. CHHETRY
Indian Phytopathology , 2011,
Abstract: This paper gives an account of fungal species belonging to six different genera of macrofungi. These fungi were obtained from twelve different plant substratum of Manipur forest. Out of these the species to genus Ascocoryne, Macrolepiota, Polyporus and Merulis are new report to India, while the species of Auricularia, and Schizophyllum are recorded on wide variety of substrate.
A hitherto unreported yellow vein clearing disease of citrus in India and its viral etiology  [cached]
A.A.A. ALSHAMI, Y.S. AHLAWAT and R.P. PANT*
Indian Phytopathology , 2012,
Abstract: Yellow vein clearing disease of citrus (CYVCD) was first observed in an Experimental Research Orchard at Abohar in Punjab on a citrus cultivar Etrog Citron. Later, the disease was observed in citrus plantation from Ludhiana, Pune and Anand on several commercial and germ plasm species of citrus. The disease was transmitted to 16 citrus cultivars of citrus by grafting and was also transmitted mechanically from infected Etrog Citron to healthy Mosambi seedlings and to Phaseolus vulgaris var. saxa, singtamey, gheusemi and Chenopodium quinoa. P.vulgaris cv. Singtamey and C.quinoa developed local lesions on inoculated leaves but the infection became systemic in P. vulgaris. The TIP of the virus was 62° C, DEP 10.2 and LlV 2 h at room temperature. The virus was purified and filamentous particles measuring 685x14 nm were observed in electron microscope. Polyclonal antibodies were raised in rabbit. IgG from whole antiserum were isolated and conjugated with alkaline phosphatase. DAS and DAC-ELISA and ISEM techniques were standardized for virus detection. The virus had a coat protein of 32 KDa and has been tentatively named as Citrus yellow vein clearing virus (CYVCV).
Checklist of Pyrenean alpine-stage macrofungi
G. Corriol
Sommerfeltia , 2008, DOI: 10.2478/v10208-011-0004-6
Abstract: Macrofungi from the alpine stage of the Pyrenees are poorly known. In this paper we first describe the alpine habitats of this mountain chain, then provide an overview with bibliography for all known taxa, with information on distribution and habitat. In addition to the 214 taxa of macrofungi previously known from the Pyrenees, 83 new taxa are reported from the French side of the Pyrenees. The total number of taxa reported for the alpine stage of the Pyrenees is now 297, of which 19 are Ascomycetideae, 260 Agaricomycetideae, 11 Gasteromycetideae and 7 Aphyllophoromycetideae. The genera richest in species are: Inocybe (53 taxa), Entoloma (41 taxa), Cortinarius (36 taxa), Hygrocybe ss. lato (20 taxa) and Melanoleuca (12 taxa). Of the 297 taxa reported, 103 are true arctic-alpine fungi.
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