Observations on Gymnoascaceae. I. Myxotrichum Uncinatum and a New Species of Myxotrichum

  title={Observations on Gymnoascaceae. I. Myxotrichum Uncinatum and a New Species of Myxotrichum},
  author={H. H. Kuehn},
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A polyphasic contribution to the knowledge of Auxarthron (Onygenaceae)
The analysis of ITS nrDNA sequences suggests that an extensive phylogenetic revision of the genus Auxarthron is necessary, and a preliminary evaluation of the antagonistic properties of A. umbrinum and A. concentricum against phytopathogenic fungi has been performed. Expand
Morphology and development of the reticuloperidial ascomata of Auxarthron conjugatum.
Findings underscore the benefit of using DNA-based phylogenies in concert with cytological and ultrastructural observations for exploring selective pressures behind homoplasious characters and revealing novel structural features. Expand
Comparative physiology of some representatives of the gymnoascaceae
  • G. R. Ghosh
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Mycopathologia et mycologia applicata
  • 2005
A comparative nutritional study was made of the following fungi:Arachniotus reticulatus, Myxotrichum uncinatum, Eidamella deflexa, Gymnoascus reessii, Ctenomyces serratus andPenicilliumExpand
Contribution to the knowledge of soil Fungi in Israel
Growth and nutrition of a strain of Gymnoascus reessii in shaken flasks
The fundamental nutritional requirements of one strain ofGymnoascus reessii were established. Growth was measured on a dry weight basis. The optimum medium for growth consisted of 5% maltose, 2%Expand
The genus Gymnoascus Baranetzky
The genusGymnoascus Baranetzky is monographed and found to include five valid species including one previously recognized species,G. reessii, one new combination,G. johnstoni, two new species,G.Expand
Ascomatal morphogenesis in Myxotrichum arcticum supports the derivation of the Myxotrichaceae from a discomycetous ancestor.
Observations of conidiogenesis show that the typical Oidiodendron anamorph is accompanied by a second conidiogenous form with ampullae and botryose clusters of blastic conidia, providing strong support for prior suggestions based on molecular phylogenetic comparisons that the Myxotrichaceae recently are derived from a helotialean ancestor. Expand
Ultrastructural Study on the Cleistothecium Development in Aspergillus nidulans
Hülle cell formation during the cleistothecial development appeared to be somewhat coordinated with the developmental stages of Cleistothecium, which was associated with the depositing of a non-enzyme reactive material around peridial cells. Expand
Physiological studies of the Gymnoascaceae with an overview on their ecology
The present paper reviews the physiological studies so far conducted in the family Gymnoascaceae dating back to the year 1893 and concludes that these predictions can give clues on certain taxonomical and behavioural patterns. Expand


A Dictionary of the Fungi
A Dictionary of the FungiBy Dr. G. C. Ainsworth Dr. G. R. Bisby. Pp. viii + 360. (Kew: Imperial Mycological Institute, 1943.) 20s.
Crozier Formation in the Gymnoascaceae: A Preliminary Note
It seems certain that not only Nannizzi's species and the form from buzzard pellets, but also a dozen other species of the family now under cultivation in this laboratory, are actual bonafide members of the Gymnoascaceae. Expand
Eidamella Spinosa (Matruchot and Dassonville) Refound
Cultures of the original strain have not been available, but there can be no doubt of its identity with the fungus described as causing a skin condition in a dog in France in 1901, although certain minute differences are noticeable, as will be shown below. Expand
A New Species of Arachniotus
The genus Arachniotus was created by Schroter in 1893 for the reception of A. candidus (Eidam) Schrot, and later A. ruber (Van Teigh.) Schrot. Expand
The Ascocarps in Species of Penicillium
SUMMARYA morphologic study of the reproductive structures involved in the ascomycetous phase of 12 species (17 strains) of Penicillium and of one related species has revealed a surprising diversity...