4 edition of Evolution in the higher Basidiomycetes found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ronald H. Petersen, editor.|
|Contributions||Hesler, L. R., Petersen, Ronald H., 1934- ed.|
|LC Classifications||QK626 .E86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 562 p.|
|Number of Pages||562|
|LC Control Number||73100410|
Basidiomycota are found in virtually all terrestrial ecosystems, as well as freshwater and marine habitats (Kohlmeyer and Kohlmeyer, ; Hibbett and Binder, ). Basidiomycota have a huge impact on human affairs and ecosystem functioning. Many Basidiomycota obtain nutrition by decaying dead organic matter, including wood and leaf litter. Genetics and Morphogenesis in the Basidiomycetes - Kindle edition by Marvin Schwalb. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Genetics and Morphogenesis in the Basidiomycetes.
The book not only explores the philosophy but also has four chapters devoted to the application of these teachings. Part I. Theory Chapter 1. Theosophical View on Evolution Chapter 2. Ātman—The Higher Self Chapter 3. The Monad Chapter 4. Manas—The Ego Chapter 5. Kāma—The Animal Soul Chapter 6. Communication with the Higher Chapter 7. Basidiomycota, large and diverse phylum of fungi (kingdom Fungi) that includes jelly and shelf fungi; mushrooms, puffballs, and stinkhorns; certain yeasts; and the rusts and smuts. Basidiomycota are typically filamentous fungi composed of hyphae. Most species reproduce sexually with a club-shaped.
In the phylum Basidiomycota, a wide variety of lifestyles are represented. These range from well-known and conspicuous wood-decaying mushrooms, plant growth-promoting and mutualistic mycorrhizae, and crop-destroying smut and rust fungi, to yeast-like human pathogens. Lifestyle differences have consequences for the mating and breeding systems of these fungi (see “Glossary,” below, for Cited by: The relationship of cultural characters to the taxonomy of the agarics In: Petersen RH (ed) Evolution in the higher basidiomycetes. University of Tennessee .
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All pages are intact, and the cover is : Hardcover. -- The pigments of Basidiomycetes: their chemotaxonomic interest \/ by N.
Arpin and J.L. Fiasson -- Analysis of modified hyphae as a tool in taxonomic research in the higher Basidiomycetes \/ by P.L. Lentz -- Nuclear behavior in the mycelium and the evolution of the Basidiomycetes \/ by J.
Boidin -- Mating systems and evolution of the. EVOLUTION IN THE HIGHER BASIDIOMYCETES. x + p. + 13 plts., num. Petersen, R. (Ed.) Published by University of Tennesse Press (). Description. Genetics and Morphogenesis in the Basidiomycetes documents the proceedings of a symposium on Genetics and Morphogenetic Studies of Basidiomycetes held during the Second International Mycological Congress.
The symposium was organized as a memorial symposium to honor the many contributions of John Robert Raper, which included the hormonal control of sexual. The Basidiomycota is a monophyletic group with more t living species known, approximately one third of all fungi; however, molecular and genetic Evolution in the higher Basidiomycetes book indicate that there is greater diversity within this group yet to be discovered.
Included in the group are the mushrooms, smuts, and rusts. The basidiomycota includes shelf fungus, toadstools, and smuts and rusts. Unlike most fungi, basidiomycota reproduce sexually as opposed to asexually. Two different mating strains are required for the fusion of genetic material in the basidium which is.
Purchase Genetics and Morphogenesis in the Basidiomycetes - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. In: Petersen RH (ed) Evolution in the higher basidiomycetes.
University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, pp 99– Google Scholar Liou JY, Tzean SS () Stephanocysts as nematode-trapping and infecting propagules.
In higher basidiomycetes, like mushrooms, specialized sex organs are totally absent. In these fungi, male and female nuclei are brought together by fusion of vegetative hyphae originating from mycelia of opposite mating types. The different modes of plasmogamy are illustrated in Fig.
Gametic union in Synchytrium endobioticum. The views regarding evolution within the Basidiomycetes are rather speculative. Some mycologists think that the Basidiomycetes with septate basidia (phragmobasidia) are nearer to the ancestral Ascomycetes. On this basis the Heterobasidiomycetidae.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. INTRODUCTION TO THE BASIDIOMYCOTA The Basidiomycota are those organisms that produce sexual spores (basidiospores) on basidia often these are borne on distinctive basidiocarps or basidioma.
The phylum typically has an extended dikaryophase in which the distribution of two nuclei to the daughter cells is facilitated by the formation of a clamp. In this report the phrase ‘evolutionary advances’; is used in three ways: 1. to describe monophyletic changes perceived within a lineage; 2.
to describe evolutionary sequences that appear to have become parallel/convergent; 3. to describe major transitions inferred between primary taxa. In monophyletic evolution the changes occur within a specific lineage that arises from a common Cited by: 4.
Basidiomycota (/ b ə ˌ s ɪ d i oʊ m aɪ ˈ k oʊ t ə /) is one of two large divisions that, together with the Ascomycota, constitute the subkingdom Dikarya (often referred to as the "higher fungi") within the kingdom specifically, Basidiomycota includes these groups: mushrooms, puffballs, stinkhorns, bracket fungi, other polypores, jelly fungi, boletes, chanterelles, earth Division: Basidiomycota, Moore, R.T.
Basidiomycota exemplify convergent evolution, particularly in the form of reproductive structure, the basidiome (mushroom). Extensive recent changes in classification result from new evidence from molecular phylogeny for true evolutionary relationships within the group.
The two groups probably originated from a common ancestor during the evolution of life on land. Basidiomycetes and ascomycetes are collectively known as ‘higher’ or ‘septate’ fungi, and Author: Sarah Watkinson.
With the evolution of basidiomycetes, pheromone/receptor (P/R) systems (a genes in smut fungi and B genes in hymenomycetes) were co-opted to become independent master regulators constituting the. Solomon P. Wasser. International Centre for Biotechnology and Biodiversity of Fungi Institute of Evolution and Faculty of Natural Sciences University of Haifa, Mt.
Carmel, HaifaIsrael. (Higher Basidiomycetes), is Subjectively but not Objectively Effective for. Dikarya is a subkingdom of Fungi that includes the divisions Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, both of which in general produce dikaryons, may be filamentous or unicellular, but are always without Dikarya are most of the so-called "higher fungi", but also include many anamorphic species that would have been classified as molds in historical m: Fungi.
Character evolution Phylogeny Pluteus Volvariella Volvopluteus abstract The phylogeny of the genera traditionally classiﬁed in the family Pluteaceae (Agaricales, Basidiomycota) was investigated using molecular data from nuclear ribosomal genes (nSSU, ITS, nLSU) and consequences for taxonomy and character evolution were evaluated.
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