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Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in soil
The soil biota considered at present to be most at risk are species-poor functional groups among macrofaunal shredders of organic matter, bioturbators of soil, specialized bacteria like nitrifiers and nitrogen fixers, and fungiforming mycorrhizas.
Phylogenetic relationships of Polyporus and morphologically allied genera1
Five of the six major clades contained species belonging to a single infrageneric group, Favolus, Melanopus, Polyporellus or Polyporus, suggesting that morphological characters used to define these groups have phylogenetic significance and reveals the need for a taxonomic revision ofPolyporus and its allied genera.
Taxonomic study of Favolus and Neofavolus gen. nov. segregated from Polyporus (Basidiomycota, Polyporales)
Phylogenetic analyses of nurLSU and ITS regions revealed that the infrageneric ‘group Favolus’ is divided into two main clades, which include members of the Polyporus grammocephalus complex, the P. tenuiculus complex, and P. alveolaris.
Species clarification for the medicinally valuable 'sanghuang' mushroom.
The true sanghuang is a new and previously undescribed species that grows solely on Morus in China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan and is now rare and endangered in the wild.
Incubation time and media requirements of culturable bacteria from different phylogenetic groups
Genetic characterization of heterothallic and non-heterothallic Armillaria mellea sensu stricto
The genetic variation of Armillaria mellea sensu stricto was studied within and among non-heterothallic populations from Japan and Africa, and heterothallic populations from Europe and North America,…
Sequence-based identification of Japanese Armillaria species using the elongation factor-1 alpha gene
Among the techniques examined in this study, analyzing the EF-1 alpha sequence was found to be the most suitable method for identifying different species of Japanese Armillaria.
Type studies of the polypores described by E.J.H. Corner from Asia and West Pacific Areas. V. Species described in Tyromyces (2)
- T. Hattori
Identification of 33 species of polypores described by Corner in 1989 and 1992 were made by type examinations, with some species being dubious because of the poor or sterile conditions of their type specimens.
Bacteria sensitive to nutrient broth medium in terrestrial environments
It was noticed that nutrient broth (NB) medium always gave less counts than its 100-fold dilution (DNB).
Type studies of the polypores described by E. J. H. Corner from Asia and West Pacific Areas II. Species described inGloeophyllum, Heteroporus, Microporellus, Oxyporus, Paratrichaptum, andRigidoporus
- T. Hattori
- 1 February 2001
Identifications of 29 species of polypores described by Corner were made by type examinations, and the following species are dubious because of their poor or sterile conditions.