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Derivation of a polymorphic lineage of Gasteromycetes from boletoid ancestors
The phylogeny of selected gasteromycetes and hymenomycetes was inferred from partial nuclear large subunit rDNA (nuc-lsu, 28S) sequences, delimited by primers LR0R and LR5. Taxon sampling withExpand
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Retiboletus, a new genus for a species-complex in the Boletaceae producing retipolides
Boletus ornatipes and B. retipes are two closely related species in North America, which cannot be differentiated by morphological and anatomical characters. The 25S rDNA was partly sequenced fromExpand
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Parsimony and maximum likelihood anal- yses of sequence data from the internal transcribed spacer (ITS-2) region plus a portion of the 28S gene are used to study the phylogenetic relationships ofExpand
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A colour atlas of poisonous fungi : a handbook for pharmacists, doctors, and biologists
POISONING BY FUNGI. THE POISONING SYNDROMES AND THE POISONOUS FUNGI. PHALLOIDES SYNDROME. Phalloides Syndrome. Orellanus Syndrome. Gyromitra Syndrome. Muscarine Syndrome. Pantherina Syndrome.Expand
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Phylogenetic Relationships within Paxillus s. I. (Basidiomycetes, Boletales): Separation of a Southern Hemisphere Genus
: This study aimed to test the monophyly and present a generic concept of Paxillus s. I. Of special interest were the Southern hemisphere representatives of this genus. Using the primer combinationExpand
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Strasburger's Plant Sciences: Including Prokaryotes and Fungi
Introduction.- Structure.- Molecular Basics: The Building Blocks of Cells.- The Structure and Ultrastructure of the Cell.- The Tissues of Vascular Plants.- Morphology and Anatomy of Vascular Plants.-Expand
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Ants, Plants and Fungi: A View on Some Patterns of Interaction and Diversity
Biodiversity is a challenging field of research. Approaches are manifold and mostly cover few aspects of the total wealth of phenomena only. The mapping of the vascular plants and the inventory ofExpand
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