CONTRIBUCION AL CONOCIMIENTO DE LOS MIXOMICETOS DEL PARQUE NACIONAL LAGUNAS DE ZEMPOALA
- COMA TRICHA FRAGILIS Meyl., A RARE MYXOMYCETE FROM YORKSHIRE. Webb, J. O. K. // Naturalist (00280771);Jan-Mar2006, Vol. 131 Issue 1056, p40
The article reports that a rare Myxomycete, the Comatricha fragilis was collected in Yorkshire, England. The specimen collected in 1935 is old and weathered consisting mostly of the bare stalks and columella. It has small spores, about 6 Âµm, but past recognition. The C. fragilis was described...
- New Records for the Myxobiota of Turkey. Oran, Rasit Batur; Erg�l, C. Cem // Turkish Journal of Botany;2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p511
Twenty-two Myxomycetes species are new records for Turkey. Protophysaraceae Castillo, Illana & Moreno is a new family record and among these species Collaria arcyrionema (Rost.) Hertel is also a new genus record for the myxobiota of Turkey.
- NEW FOUR SPECIES OF THE MYXOMYCETES RECORDED FROM THE SOUTH-EAST REGION OF MAHARASHTRA (INDIA). Tembhurne, R. R.; Nanir, S. P.; Nasarin, Sahera // Bioscience Discovery: An International Journal of Life Sciences;Jun2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p214
During the floristic study of the myxomycetes of this region author come across a number of myxomycetous species. Lepidoderma De Bary., are being discussed with four species. The genus Lepidoderma de Bary is characterized by sporangiate to plasmodiocarpous fruitings. Lepidoderma carestianum...
- Slime Time. Brennan, Linda Crotta // Ranger Rick;Nov2004, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p12
Provides information on slime molds. INSET: CALL ME FIDO!.
- Beauties from a beast: Woodland Jekyll and Hydes. Sharnoff, Sylvia Duran // Smithsonian;Jul91, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p98
Asserts that although they are anomalies among living things, slime molds are neither plants nor animals nor fungi, yet they hold their own among nature's jewels. Sexual reproduction in slime molds; Different types of slime molds; First discovery of slime molds; Life cycle of the slime mold.
- NEW SIX SPECIES OF THE MYXOMYCETES RECORDED FROM THE SOUTH-WEST REGION OF MAHARASHTRA (INDIA). Tembhurne, R. R.; Nanir, S. P. // Bioscience Discovery: An International Journal of Life Sciences;Jun2011, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p268
During the floristic study of the myxomycetes of this region author come across a number of myxomycetous species. Diderma Pers. being discussed with six species, Diderma cor-rubrum Macbr. Marked by its wrinkles sporangia, short stipe prominently verrucose, large spores; Diderma deplanatum Fr....
- A CHECKLIST OF MYCOBIOTA RECORDED IN BURNT AND UNBURNT PINUS MUGO PLANTATIONS IN THE CURONIAN SPIT (LITHUANIA). KUTORGA, Ernestas; ADAMONYTĖ, Gražina; IRŠĖNAITĖ, Reda; KASPARAVIčIUS, Jonas; MAR-KOVSKAJA, Svetlana; MOTIEJŪNAITĖ, Jurga; TREIGIENĖ, Aušra // Botanica Lithuanica;2012, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p66
A devastating crown-fire occurred in May 2006 in mountain pine (Pinus mugo) plantations located in the Curonian Spit (Lithuania). During different seasons (spring and autumn) from 2007 to 2009, the mycobiota (including myxobiota) of burnt and unburnt P. mugo stands was examined in permanent...
- NEW AND IMPORTANT RECORDS OF FUNGI FROM COUNTY DURHAM (VC66), 2004-2005. Legg, Alan W. // Naturalist (00280771);Jul-Sep2006, Vol. 131 Issue 1058, p99
The article presents information on the records related to fungi from County Durham, England, and presents a list of fungi records. During 2002, the number of non-lichenized fungi recorded in County Durham was 2,926, and 73 newly recorded species were added in 2004. Presently, the total number...
- Sexual politics in the cell. Rayner, Alan; Ross, Ian // New Scientist;3/30/91, Vol. 129 Issue 1762, p30
Ponders why the rejection of genetic material by sex cells is not more common. Clues from studies of the sexual encounters of slime molds and fungi; Importance of the behavior of the mitochondria; Communication of two types of organelles through the cell's cytoplasm; Search for signs of genetic...