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comparative morphological study of the myxomycete fructification

Gladys Elizabeth Baker

comparative morphological study of the myxomycete fructification

by Gladys Elizabeth Baker

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Published by The University in Iowa City, Ia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Myxomycetes.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gladys E. Baker.
    SeriesUniversity of Iowa studies in natural history ..., vol. XIV, no. 8, University of Iowa studies., New series, no. 242. January 1, 1933, University of Iowa studies in natural history (1918),, v. 14, no. 8.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH1 .I58 vol. 14, no. 8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35, [2] p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6280827M
    LC Control Number32027706
    OCLC/WorldCa4702885

    Development of the myxomycete photoguide. Twenty-four collected specimens of myxomycetes from Lubang Island were chosen for the photoguide (Fig. 1).These species were recorded to be common in the study area, and can easily be observed both in moist chambers and in the field. Wilhelm Hofmeister, (born , Leipzig—died Janu , Lindenau, near Leipzig), German botanist whose investigations of plant structure made him a pioneer in the science of comparative plant morphology.. Hofmeister entered his father’s publishing business at the age of Although he was completely self-taught, in he was appointed professor of botany and director of.

    Abstract. To compare morphological and molecular diversity for lignicolous myxomycetes, DNA samples of all specimens found within a survey covering the late-autumn aspect of myxomycete fructifications on coarse woody debris were sequenced, using partial sequences of the nuclear smallsubunit ribosomal RNA gene (SSU) as a barcode marker. Comparative morphology and biology of the fungi, Mycetozoa, and bacteria. Oxford, Clarendon Press, ; New York, Johnson Reprint Corp. [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A de Bary.

    critiqued, and case study examples are given for Badhamiopsis ainoae, Protophysarum phloiogenum, and Trabrooksia applanata. Monotypic genera are suggested for DNA sequencing to resolve the correct taxonomic rank in myxomycete classification. Fossil evidence of myxomycetes found in amber is evaluated and discussed for the first time. Doubtless many can recall certain books which have greatly influenced their lives, and in my own case one stands out especially—a translation of Hofmeister's epoch-making treatise on the comparative morphology of plants. This book, studied while an undergraduate at the University of Michigan, was undoubtedly the most important factor in.


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Comparative morphological study of the myxomycete fructification by Gladys Elizabeth Baker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A comparative morphological study of the myxomycete fructification. [Gladys E Baker]. Gladys Elizabeth Baker was an American mycologist, teacher, and botanical illustrator, known for her extensive work in biological and mycological education, and the morphological study of myxomycete fructifications (Baker ).She further contributed studies to the Island Ecosystems Integrated Research Program of the U.

International Biological Program (Stoner et al., ).Born: JIowa City, Iowa, United States. The following classification is based on Adl et al.while the classes and further divisions on Dykstra and Kellerwho included the Myxogastria in Mycetozoa.

The sister taxon is the subclass Dictyostelia. Together with the Protostelia they formed the taxon subclasses differ from the other species mainly in the development of fruit bodies; while Protostelia create a Domain: Eukaryota.

Myxomycetes classification. Since their discovery, the classification of Myxomycetes has been revised many times. This is unsurprising considering the early confusion about their precise nature.

In fact, 12 alternative classifications of Myxomycetes have been proposed since [6]. Recent phylogenetic analysis divides slime molds into two superclades depending on the appearance. It also treats myxomycetes as a distinct group from fungi, and includes molecular information that discusses the systematics and evolutionary pathways of the group.

Additionally, biomedical and engineering applicability is discussed, thus expanding the audience and use of the book in a multidisciplinary context. Gladys Elizabeth Baker (–) foi una micóloga, botánica, y docente estauxunidense, que les sos investigaciones centrar na educación biolóxica y micológica, y l'estudiu morfolóxicu de fructificaciones de los mixomicetes (Baker ).Contribuyó entá más a estudios pal Programa d'Investigación Integrada de los ecosistemes insulares del Programa Biolóxicu Internacional d'Estaos.

Snow regime dictates fructification success. This study mounts further evidence for the hypothesis that soil freezing has severe consequences for the development of myxomycete fructifications in.

In the present study, yellow sclerotia and plasmodia were found under melting snow in spring, and identified as Badhamia alpina G. Lister based on the morphology of its fruiting body. The genus Badhamia Berk. is one of the difficult genera to treat taxonomically due to morphological intergrading with the genus Physarum Pers.

(Martin. A comparative morphological study of the myxomycete fructification. Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist(8): 1–56 — The structure and activities of myxomycete plasmodia. Bull. Torr.

Bot. Club – Google Scholar — Spore germination in the Myxomycetes: A comparative study—by families. Amer. Jour. Bot – A division of organisms that exist vegetatively as complex mobile plasmodia, reproduce by means of spores, and have complex life cycles.

They are | Explore the latest full-text research PDFs. From morphological to molecular: Studies of myxomycetes since the publication of the Martin and Alexopoulos () monograph book The North Americ an Slime-Moulds in and.

to the study. Taxonomy. All morphological characteristics substantiate that the fossil is not just a myxomycete (class Myxomycetes, phylum Eumycetozoa) but indicate placement in the extant genus Stemonitis Gled.

THE 8th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON THE SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY OF MYXOMYCETES August Changchun,China. A comparative study of mitosis in amoebae and plasmodia of the true slime mold,Didymium nigripes.

Influence of monochromatic light on the fructification ofPhysarum nudum. Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. Ser. Sci. Biol Notes concerning the morphology of some myxomycete plasmodia cultured in vitro.

Bull. Soc. Bot. Belg –Lister & Lister ) to produce the mature morphological concepts covered in “The Biology of the Myxomycetes” by Gray and Alexopoulos ().

However, there have been some recent advances in morphological and taxonomic information (EliassonClark Light was necessary for the fructification of S.

herbatica. The sporulation process is irreversible which needs about h. Key words: Myxomycetes, Stemonitaceae, aphanoplasmodium, morphogenesis, ontogeny. Cite this article. Dan DAI, Bo ZHANG, Yan-Shuang LI, Dong-Yue WANG, Yu LI.

Life cycle of the myxomycete Stemonitis herbatica[J].MYCOSYSTEMA. Myxomycetes, phylum of funguslike organisms within the kingdom Protista, commonly known as true slime molds.

They exhibit characteristics of both protozoans (one-celled microorganisms) and fungi. Distributed worldwide, they usually occur in decaying plant material. About species have been d. Morphological diversity in the myxomycetes Indira Kalyanasundaram Department of Botany, University of Madras, Guindy Campus, MadrasIndia Abstract.

- The wide variety offorms in myxomycetes, with regard to fructifications as well as the plasmodium, offers a fascinating field for the study of pattern formation.

The manner of disposi. Introduction. Myxomycetes, or plasmodial slime-moulds, are exceptional in several respects. Most striking is their life cycle: a giant multinucleate amoeba (up to several dm 2) is formed by fusion of two cycle is often sexual, culminating in the formation of mainly macroscopic fruiting bodies, of astonishing variety in shape and colour, that will ultimately release billions of.

Myxomycete plasmodial biology: a review Authors: Clark J, Haskins EF Recieved: 12 SeptemberAccepted: 24 OctoberPublished: 04 November The most characteristic stage of a myxomycete is the assimilative plasmodium, a naked free-living multinucleate motile mass of protoplasm which varies in size and morphological details with species.

of myxomycete from the Patagonian Andes Anna Ronikier1 Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, Lub Krako´w, Poland Carlos Lado Real Jardı´n Bota´nico, CSIC, Plaza de Murillo 2, Madrid, Spain Abstract: A new nivicolous species of Physarum was discovered during the study of myxomycetes in the Patagonian Andes of.The spores of the present study are distinguished from all other comparable genera by their alete nature, subcircular Myxomycetes – A September Hand Book of Slime Molds, Timber Press, Portland,pp.

1– 7. de Bary, A., Comparative Morphology and Taxonomy of the Fungi, Mycetozoa and Bacteria (English translation), Clar.You can write a book review and share your experiences.

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