Chemosystematics ofSuillaceae andGomphidiaceae (suborderSuillineae)

@article{Besl1997ChemosystematicsOA,
  title={Chemosystematics ofSuillaceae andGomphidiaceae (suborderSuillineae)},
  author={Helmut Besl and Andreas Bresinsky},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={1997},
  volume={206},
  pages={223-242}
}
The chemotaxonomic findings relating to the generaBoletinus, Suillus, Gastroboletus, Gomphidius, andChroogomphus are summarized and discussed, using published data as well as our own hitherto unpublished evidence of pigments and chromogens. The study confirms repeatedly made claims that these genera are closely related. In addition to the presence of pigments which are typical for most members of theBoletales (e.g., pulvinic acid derivatives, terphenyl quinones, cyclopentenones), prenylated… 

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