2 edition of Hymenochaetaceae of India found in the catalog.
Hymenochaetaceae of India
J. R. Sharma
by Botanical Survey of India, Ministry of Environment & Forests in Calcutta
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 206-216) and index.
|Contributions||Botanical Survey of India.|
|LC Classifications||QK629.H89 S48 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||96901129|
Hymenochaetaceae of India Ellis Microfungi on Land Plants Skirgietto Domanski Fungi (2 copies) Nikdaeva Hydnaceae Fungi Ainsworth Brief Biographies of British Mycologists Rossman A Literature Guide for the Identification of Plant Pathogenic Fungi Singer Mycologists and other Taxa Wells Mushrooms of Colorado and Adjacent Areas Knorr The Life. Wood rotting fungi from Karnala & Kanakeshwar - By Charusheela D. Naik-Vaidya, PP; Studies in Phellinus s.l. with special reference to those occuring on Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam. - By Gauri Bapat (GBP): Taxonomic studies of Daedaloid & Hexagonoid polypores - By M.M. Rathod; Some live standing tree diseases caused by Aphyllophorales from campus of Pune University & some.
No se encontró un patrón definido en la respuesta de la actividad enzimática lacasa y CDH de los hongos pertenecientes a troncos en el mismo estado de descomposición (), así como tampoco lo hubo para el mismo género de hongo encontrado en troncos con diferente estado de mismo sucedió al evaluar el comportamiento de la tasa de actividad enzimática de acuerdo al Phylum. Phellinus linetus. P. linetus is a basidiomycetes fungus that is found mainly in America, Africa, and Asia and has been recognized as medicinal mushrooms. The biological active component isolated from P. linetus are polysaccharides,, acidic proteoheteroglycans with mixed α, β linkage, and a  - branched type -glycan. These complex polysaccharides have been detected in a.
Phellinus belongs to a family of fungi called the Hymenochaetaceae, which also includes poroid members Inonotus and Coltricia, toothed member Hydnochaete, and smooth members Hymenochaete, Asterostroma, and gh members of this family have different kinds of spore-bearing surfaces, they are held together as a group because all are xanthochroic (turn black in 3% KOH), have Missing: India book. The genus Inonotus and its related species in India Sharma JR1, Das K2 and Mishra D1 1 Botanical Survey of India, NRC, Dehradun , India, email: [email protected] 2 Botanical Survey of India, Cryptogamy Unit, Howrah , India, email: [email protected]
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Genre/Form: Classification Field guides Identification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sharma, J.R. Hymenochaetaceae of India. Calcutta: Botanical Survey of India, Ministry of Environment &. India has been bestowed by nature with many nature with many medicinal plants are used in Allopathic, Ayurvedic, Unani, Etc., medicines.
The book Indian Medicinal plants provides most authentic and valuable information on medicinal plants of India and its adjacent countries including Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan & Bagladesh : Kirtikar & Basu.
Ratanmahal Wildlife Sanctuary (RWLS), Gujarat were new reports for India. Thirty species of lignicolous fungi belonging to Ascomycetes and Basidiomycete are reported from the Ratanmahal Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat, India. The new species are Coriolus versicolor,File Size: 1MB.
of Maharashtra State, India. Mycosphere 2: 91– Roy A, De A () Polyporaceae of India. Dehra Dun: International Book Distributor.
Sharma JR () Hymenochaetaceae of India. Calcutta: Botanical Survey of India. Thind KS () The Myxomycetes of India.
New Cited by: 1. About this book. The Crassulaceae of India is based on detailed herbarium studies and extensive field trips, especially in the difficult terrains of the Himalaya by the senior author, where most of the Indian Crassulaceae members are located.
The present work contains detailed description of 60 taxa and illustrations of almost all the species. Bakshi () published a book on Indian Polyporaceae and Sharma () on Hymenochaetaceae of India. Thind (). collected from the Himachal Pradesh (North-Western Himalayas). They constitute a new record for India/ Himalayas and are described and illustrated.
Key Words: Non-gilled Agaricomycetes, Himachal Pradesh, Himalayas, India. Studies in Phellinus Quel., with special reference to those occurring on Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam. 85 Chang, T. Two new species of Hymenochaetaceae from Tiawan. Document has moved here. The Hymenochaetales are an order of fungi in the class Agaricomycetes.
The order in its current sense is based on molecular research and not on any unifying morphological characteristics. According to one estimate, the Hymenochaetales contain around species worldwide, mostly corticioid fungi and poroid fungi, but also including several clavarioid fungi and agarics.
Species of economic importance Missing: India. India is rich in fungal flora, especially have a diverse group of resupinate Aphyllophorales fungi. The aim of the present publication is to characterize the resupinate Aphyllophorales from the.
Hymenochaetaceae. The Hymenochaetaceae are a family of fungi in the order Hymenochaetales. The family contains several species that are implicated in many diseases of broad-leaved and coniferous trees, causing heart rot, canker and root diseases, and also esca disease of : Agaricomycetes.
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Cortinarius trivialis, A New Record for wild mushroom from India Showing Intercontinental conspecificity. NeBio 3(5): 1–3. Books: 1. DAS K., A. PARIHAR AND M.E. HEMBROM. Macrofungi of Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden: A Pictorial Guide. ENVIS Resource Partner on Biodiversity, Botanical Survey of India, Howrah.
The first on-line fungal website from India has been launched with seven databases of Indian fungi containing specimen records representing families, genera, and species. Every species has been given a unique identity number that can be cited in any publication. Every record in this database has the name checked in MycoBank, and will be linked to other fungal databases.
Journal on New Biological Reports 2(3): () ISSN – (Online) Flora of Aphyllophorales from Pune District- Part I Ranadive KR 1*, Jite PK 2, Ranade VD 3 and Vaidya JG 2 1Waghire College Saswad, Department of Botany, Pune –Maharashtra, India.
2Department of Botany, Mycology laboratory University of Pune, Pune –Maharashtra, India. books have been consulted in addition to those mentioned in tht- introduction and to their authors I am grateful. - Ceylon Trees by T. Worthington, - Some Beautiful Indian Climbers and Shrubs by N.
Bor and M. Raizada, - Trees of Calcutta by A, P. Benthall, - Complete Gardening in India by K. Gopalaswamiengar. - DVCowen. Ayurveda is the oldest system of medicine in India that describes medicinal uses of several plants and very few mushrooms and wood rotting fungi.
The most commonly used is phansomba (species of Phellinus). Phansomba, also known as phanas-alombe or phanas-alambi, is commonly sold in ayurvedic shops in the western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa) as a treatment for throat ailments.
An account of the Chinese species of Hymenochaetaceae based on most recent phylogenetic analysis is presented. One hundred and seventy species from 23 genera are recognized; descriptions are provided based on the Chinese collections.
Keys to genera and species are given. Phellinopsis gen. nov. is introduced. Species of the Hymenochaetaceae (Fungi, Hymenomycetes) are presumably homothallic and consequently of only uniparental reproduction. The number of species described is high (more than inHymenochaete, several hundreds inPhellinus, etc.
and their classification may be successful only when a clear species concept is consistently used. Type studies may give some help mainly for Missing: book. J Mycol Pl Pathol, Vol. 38, No. 2, New and Interesting Records of Basidiomycetous Fungi from Ratanmahal Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat, India.India (Chopra, ), and Indigenous Drugs of India (Dey, ) dealt mainly with plants and drugs of established system of Indian medicine.
Interest in ethnobotany in our country in a real sense in an organized manner can be said to have originated with the research studies of Dr.
E. K. Janaki Ammal.About this book. Aphyllophorales of Himalaya provides a taxonomic account of this interesting group based on authors own field observations and supplemented with the study of numerous types and other authentic specimens.
It gives a historical and morphological account of the group and provides exhaustive taxonomic account of genera and species.