TWO NEW GENERA OF LEAF-PARASITIC FUNGI (BASIDIOMYCETIDAE: BRACHYBASIDIACEAE)
SUMMARY Proliferobasidium and Ceraceosorus (Brachybasidiaceae, Brachybasidiales, Basidiomycetes) are described as new genera. Both cause leaf-spot diseases of vascular plants and are characterized by…
The Thelephoraceae of North America I-XV
Scytinostroma galactinum as a pathogen of woody plants
S. galactinum has a distinctive dextrinoid mycelium, which is characteristic enough to permit a tentative identification even in the absence of other features, and outstanding elements of the basidiocarp are the dextrine hyphae and slender gloeocystidia.
Stereum Taxodii in Japan and Formosa
SUMMARYStereum taxodii, recently described from Taxodium distichum in the southern United States, occurs also on Cryptomeria japonica in Japan. Specimens from Torreya nucifera and Chamaecyparis for...
STUDY ON THE SITE OF BIOSYNTHESIS OF β-GLUCURONIDASE AND ITS APPEARANCE IN LYSOSOME IN NORMAL AND HYPOXIC RATS
- J. V. van Lancker, P. Lentz
- Biology, ChemistryJournal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry
- 1 August 1970
In nonhypoxic rats, incorporation was detectable only in the microsomal enzymes and maximum labeling occurred 30 min after the injection of the labeled amino acid, while no label was detectable in the enzyme purified from the lysosomal fraction of non Hypoxic animals.
Implication of Proteus mirabilis in an outbreak of gastroenteritis.
- W. B. Cherry, P. Lentz, L. A. Barnes
- MedicineAmerican Journal of Public Health and the Nations…
- 1 May 1946
A small outbreak during which the predominating organism recovered was Proteus mirabilis is described, to describe a small outbreak of gastroenteritis in which species of Protesus were at least circumstantially involved.
Ascospores, Germ Pores, Ultrastructure, and Thermophilism of Chaetomium
Two stable characteristics distinguished C. thermophile ascospores from those of all other Chaetomium species examined: a papillate germ pore and pustulate surface ornamentation.
The National Fungus Collections
Carolina and Pennsylvania early in the nineteenth century, a superintendent of Brethren academies in the two states, Administrator of the landed Moravian estates in North Carolina, and distinguished…