The Classification of the Hyphomycetes

@inproceedings{Subramanian1962TheCO,
  title={The Classification of the Hyphomycetes},
  author={C. V. Subramanian},
  year={1962}
}
The classification of the Hyphomycetes is discussed with special reference to spore types conidiophore behaviour and initiation and development of spores. Eight basic morphological spore types are recognized : the blastospore, the gangliospore, the phialospore, the porospore, the arthrospore, the meristem-arthrospore, the spiculospore and the chlamydospore. No taxonomic significance is attached to the chlamydospore. It is pointed out that the forms now placed in the Mucedinaceae the Dematiaceae… Expand
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