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Zygospores in two Mortierella species with "stylospores"
A new species, Mortierella indohii, produces partially invested zygospores and stylospores (aerial, stalked, spiny chlamydospores). It appears closely related to M. polycephala. A second species, M.Expand
Coemansia furcata sp. nov. and its distribution in Japan and Taiwan
Coemansia furcata, isolated from forest soils of Japan and Taiwan, is characterised by its sporangiophore branching and relatively large sporocladia. Expand
Some Phycomycetes indigenous to soils of old growth forests
By the use of selective media and techniques which favor the isolation of Phycomycetes, 85 soil samples from four old growth forest sites in Kentucky, North Carolina and Tennessee were assayed forExpand
Morphology and Zoospore Ultrastructure of Rhizophydium macroporosum (Chytridiales)
The ultrastructure of zoospore of this fungus is first reported here. Expand
Regulation and molecular structure of a circadian oscillating protein located in the cell membrane of the prokaryote Synechococcus RF-1
The exposure of Synechococcus RF-1 to a light/dark regimen induced not only a circadian synthesis rhythm, but also a rapid degradation of COP23 protein at a defined period of time. Expand
Preliminary phylogeny of Coemansia (Kickxellales), with descriptions of four new species from Taiwan
Phylogenetic analysis based on a combined data set of D1–D2 domains of nuc 28S ribosomal RNA (rDNA) and partial nuc 18S rDNA identifies several independent evolutionary lineages within Coemansia and suggests that Spirodactylon aureum and Kickxella alabastrina may be nested within the genus CoemANSia. Expand
Observations on the Growth and Morphology of Saprolegniaceous Fungi isolated from Rainbow Trout (Salmo gairdneri)
Saprolegniaceous fungi associated with the rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) were observed at Ma-ling Hatchery in Tai-Chung Prefecture, Taiwan during December, 1979 to February, 1980. One strain amongExpand
Caecomyces sympodialis sp. nov., a new rumen fungus isolated from Bos indicus.
A new anaerobic rumen fungus was isolated from the rumen fluid of a yellow cow, appearing to be a previously undescribed species of the genus Caecomyces, it possessing uniflagellate zoospores, a spherical holdfast, tubular sporangiophores and bulbous rhizoids. Expand
Some chytrids of Taiwan (III)