European Smut Fungi (Funktionsanalyse Biologischer Systeme.;)
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European Smut Fungi (Funktionsanalyse Biologischer Systeme.;) by Kalman Vanky

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Published by Fischer Gustav Verlag GmbH & Co. KG .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Life Sciences - Bacteriology,
  • Science/Mathematics

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages340
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9785684M
ISBN 103437306758
ISBN 109783437306754

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European smut fungi. [Kálmán Vánky] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kálmán Vánky. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. This book covers the known smut fungi (Ustilaginales) of Europe belonging to 28 genera. A further 70 species still unknown in Europe and 82 doubtful or excluded species are also included. There is a description of each species and the descriptions are complemented by drawings and more than photographs of spores as seen in TEM, SEM or light by: About this book. This outstanding book is an essential tool in helping the scientific community to identify smut fungi everywhere. It includes keys to the genera and species and a host plant-smut fungus list and compiles more than 3, micrographs and line drawings into a single sourcebook. About this book. In Illustrated Genera of Smut Fungi, Third Edition, the world's top authority on the topic, Dr. Kálmán Vánky, uses molecular phylogenetic analyses and extensive collecting activity to bring you a better and expanded classification of smut this third edition, recognized genera of smut fungi are identified, described and illustrated, compared to the second.

And with the coverage of the recently published Smut Fungi of the World, Dr. Vánky’s complementary book on this important topic, the nearly 1, known species of smut fungi can be identified. Illustrated Genera helps readers recognize and identify smut fungi and also discusses problems with smut fungi classification. Dr. In the European and world smut monographs, Vánky ( Vánky (, reported that A. caricis-pauciflorae occurs in northern Europe, northern North America and north-east Asia. About this book. Descriptions of smut fungi species belonging to 45 genera known from the Indian Subcontinent (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) are described, including 11 species reported for the first time. Dear Colleagues, The smut fungi are a large, diverse, and non-monophyletic group of plant pathogens. They include several species that have gained prominence as models for plant pathogenic fungi due to (1) their facility of manipulation and extensive molecular genetic toolkits (e.g., Ustilago maydis, U. hordei, Sporisorium reilianum), or (2) their economic and international diplomatic impacts.

The smut fungi and their allies are a group of specialist plant pathogens. Eighty-one species are recorded from Wales, sixty-six on native plants. Twenty-nine species on native hosts are either considered to be extinct or threatened with extinction. This is a comprehensive record of all the macrofungus found in Guangdong, China, in which 1, species under genera, 56 families, 20 orders and 4 classes of . distribution, assessing fungi under the IUCN Red List criteria, Red-listing of European macrofungi, threat status of smut fungi, endangered desert truffle species, culture collection role, etc. were among the topics of the presentations. Some political aspects. The fungi uses its smut-whip to ensure that the disease is spread to other plants, which usually occurs over a time period of three months. As the inoculum is spread, the younger sugarcane buds just coming out of the soil will be the most susceptible. Because water is necessary for spore germination, irrigation has been shown to be a factor in.