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- Baral, Hans-Otto; Bemmann, Martin
- Mycology 2014 v.5 no.4 pp. 228-290
- Acer; Aesculus hippocastanum; Aesculus turbinata; Fraxinus chinensis subsp. rhynchophylla; Fraxinus excelsior; Fraxinus mandshurica; Hymenoscyphus fraxineus; Lambertella; Picrasma; Rutstroemia; ascospores; dieback; genetic variation; internal transcribed spacers; leaves; saprotrophs; stems; trees; China; Europe; Japan; Korean Peninsula
- ... Five species of Hymenoscyphus that fruit on black stromatized parts of dead leaves of deciduous trees are presented, giving details on their morphological and ecological characteristics. Several of these species have previously been misplaced in rutstroemiaceous genera because of the presence of a substratal stroma. However, the heteropolar, scutuloid ascospores with an often hook-like lateral pro ...
- Luangharn, Thatsanee; Karunarathna, Samantha C.; Hyde, Kevin D.; Chukeatirote, Ekachai
- Mycology 2014 v.5 no.4 pp. 221-227
- Laetiporus sulphureus; agar; malt extract; mushrooms; mycelium; odors; pH; stumps; temperature; texture; trees; Thailand
- ... Laetiporus sulphureus is an edible wood-rotting basidiomycete, growing on decaying logs, stumps, and trunks of many deciduous and coniferous tree species. This fungus produces relatively large striking yellowish or orange-coloured bracket-like fruitbodies. L. sulphureus is widely consumed as a nutritional food because of its fragrance and texture. In this study, two L. sulphureus strains, MFLUCC 1 ...
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