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The nematode-destroying fungi
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The genera of Hyphomycetes from soil.
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Isolation and maintenance of endoparasitic nematophagous Hyphomycetes
A technique has been developed using differential centrifugation which allows the isolation of endoparasitic nematophagous Hyphomycetes belonging to the genera Harposporium, Meria, Nematoctonus, andExpand
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New Cephaliophora species capturing rotifers and tardigrades.
Cephaliophora muscicola and Cephaliophora longispora are new species of Hyphomycetes capturing rotifers and tardigrades using specialized adhesive pegs. Elongate, hyaline, multiseptate, canoe-shapedExpand
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Preserving accuracy in GenBank
GenBank, the public repository for nucleotide and protein sequences, is a critical resource for molecular biology, evolutionary biology, and ecology. While some attention has been drawn to sequenceExpand
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Population dynamics of Endogone spores in soil
A flotation–adhesion technique is described for the rapid recovery of Endogone spores using small (5–10 g) soil samples. The method proved 94–98% efficient in the recovery of spores from OntarioExpand
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Parasitism of pollen as a nutritional source for lignicolous Basidiomycota and other fungi
On water agar, hyphae of many fungi are attracted to viable pollen grains of Pinus nigra. Hyphae of 41 of 157 species tested could penetrate the pollen grains, ramify within the interior and consumeExpand
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The presence and antifeedant function of toxin-producing secretory cells on hyphae of the lawn-inhabiting agaric Conocybe lactea
On water agar, Conocybe lactea (Lange) Metrod produces droplets of toxin on conspicuous secretory cells. Both free-living rhabditoid nematodes and fungus-feeding nematodes (Aphelenchoides sp.) are ...
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