Luis Romero de la Osa

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Several isolates were obtained from sporocarps of Amanita caesarea (Scop.: Fr.) Pers. associated with Quercus suber and Castanea sativa coming from the southwest of Spain. Culture conditions were optimized for these isolates. The largest radial growth was obtained at pH 6–7, and optimal growth temperature was 24–28°C depending on the isolate. Albumin bovine(More)
Amanita curtipes and A. ponderosa are two Mediterranean taxa sharing a number of morphological features as well as their habitat. Their synonymy or variety status has been proposed by several authors. To clarify this taxonomic issue we have sequenced the D1-D2 domains of the 28S rRNA gene as well as the complete ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region of several specimens of(More)
BACKGROUND Facial emotion recognition (FER) is essential to guide social functioning and behaviour for interpersonal communication. FER may be altered in severe mental illness such as in psychosis and in borderline personality disorder patients. However, it is unclear if these FER alterations are specifically related to psychosis. Awareness of FER(More)
A taxonomic, morphological, ecological, and molecular study of three interesting Morchella species, Morchella tridentina, M. rufobrunnea, and M. kakiicolor, is presented, based on observations and analyses of collections from Cyprus and Spain. The nomenclatural and taxonomic problems associated with the name M. tridentina and its synonyms, M. elatoides and(More)
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