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Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia
A. S. Bondartsev
|Statement||translated from Russian (by Z. Shapiro).|
|Contributions||Akademiya Nauk SSSR. Botanicheskii institut im. V.L. Komarova.|
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Trans. Br, mycol. Soc. 78 (1) () Printed in Great Britain DISTRIBUTION OF DALDINIA CONCENTRICA IN THE BRITISH ISLES By A. J. S. WHALLEY Department of Biology, Liverpool Polytechnic, Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF AND ROY WATLING Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh EH3 SLR Records of Daldinia concentrica decrease southwards in the British by: 8. Auriporia aurea is a species of poroid fungus. It was first described scientifically by Charles Horton Peck in as Poria aurea.  Leif Ryvarden transferred it Class: Agaricomycetes.
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Dept. of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Va.] In this paper, which is stated to be the first of a forthcoming series dealing with Polyporaceae occurring in European Russia and the Caucasus, the author gives copious notes (including morphological details) on 20 species of Fomes and 4 of Ganoderma, as well as on numerous biological forms of these species which he differentiated in the course of his : A.
Bondartzefp. Phellinus tremulae (Bondartsev) Bondartsev & P.N. Borisov, The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia: () [MB#]. The Polyporaceae of the European part of the USSR and the Caucasia. A.S. The Polyporaceae of the European part of the USSR and the Caucasia. ed.), Red Data Book of.
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Phellinus setifer sp. nov. and P. acontextus, two noteworthy polypores from temperate A.S. BondartsevThe Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia. Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Leningrad () Google Scholar.
Buchanan and Ryvarden, P.K. Buchanan, L. RyvardenType studies in the Polyporaceae Species described by G. H Cited by: 4. Daedaleopsis confragosa var. tricolor (Bull.) Bondartsev & Singer, The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia: () [MB#].
Daedalea quercina f. hexagonoides (Fr.) Bondartsev, The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia: () [MB#] Synonymy: ≡Trametes hexagonoides Quél., Mémoires de la Société d'Émulation de Montbéliard ser.
2, 5: () [MB#]. Bjerkandera fumosa f. corticola (Velen.) Bondartsev, The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia: () [MB#].
Polyporus squamosus f. rostkowii (Fr.) Bondartsev, The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia: () [MB#]. We also wish to thank Emeritus Prof. Katumoto (Yamaguchi University) for improve- ment of the Latin description. References Bondartsev AS () The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia (translated from Russian).
Israel Program for Scientifi c Translation, Jerusalem, DomanÂ´ski S, Ortas H, Skirgietto A () by: References Bondartsev AS () The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia (translated from Russian).
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The Polyporaceae of the United States, Alaska, and CanadaCited by: Europe. These are identification guides relevant only to Europe. Bondartsev, A.S. The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia.
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In his monograph The Polyporaceae of the European U.S.S.R. and Caucasia, Apollinarii Semenovich Bondartsev included 54 genera in the Polyporaceae, which he further divided into five subfamilies and 10 : Agaricomycetes.
Anthoporia is a fungal genus in the family Meripilaceae. It is a monotypic genus, circumscribed in to contain the single species Anthoporia albobrunnea. Taxonomy. The fungus was first described scientifically by Swedish mycologist Lars Romell inwho called it Polyporus : Agaricomycetes.
'How Capitalism Was Built is an impressive achievement. It deals with all the important aspects of one of the most important transformations in modern history. It is based on a massive empirical literature and - what's rare - on an author's firsthand knowledge of the transition by: Amyloporiella (Polyporaceae) Nuclear behaviour is very curious, since the monospermous mycelium consists almost wholly of hyphae with uninucleate articles (normal behaviour), but there are also some coenocytic hyphae present.
Polyspermous mycelium is made of regularly clamped hyphae with binucleate by: 9. This book argues that understanding the Soviet legacy in the region is critical to analysing both the new states of the Transcaucasus and the autonomous territories of the North Caucasus.
It examines the impact of Soviet rule on the Caucasus, focusing in particular on the period from to Cited by: Taxonomy. Italian botanist Pier Antonio Micheli introduced the genus in to include 14 species featuring fruit bodies with centrally-placed stipes, and pores on the underside of the cap.
The generic name combines the Ancient Greek words πολύς ("many") and πόρος ("pore"). Elias Fries divided Polyporus into three subgenera in his work Novae Symbol Mycologici: Eupolyporus Class: Agaricomycetes.The Caucasus Under Soviet Rule (Routledge Studies in the History of Russia and Eastern Europe Book 12) - Kindle edition by Marshall, Alex.
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