2 edition of Aquatic Phycomycetes found in the catalog.
F. K. Sparrow
Bibliography: p. 723-766.
|Statement||by Frederick K. Sparrow, jr.|
|Series||University of Michigan studies. Scientific series, vol. 15, University of Michigan studies -- v. 15.|
|LC Classifications||QK621.A1 S64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 785 p.|
|Number of Pages||785|
|LC Control Number||43052613|
Aquatic fungi are microscopic organisms with mostly mycelial growth and hyphae developing on or within their typically submerged organic substrates of plant or animal origin. Resident aquatic fungi are able to complete their life cycle in freshwaters and often have special adaptations for growth, sporulation, and dispersal in aquatic environments. Indoh, H. Aquatic fungi in Senshynyen. Mag. Nat. Hist., Tokyo ___. Observations on some aquatic molds collected from Micronesia.
The “Aquatic Phycomycetes” (sensu Sparrow) (1) constitutes an ecologically and economically important assemblage of eukaryotic microorganisms that share many morphological traits and ecological functions and interact with each other in the same aquatic ecosystems. There is molecular and structural evidence that the aquatic phycomycetes is a diverse, polyphyletic assemblage of by: 6. Aquatic Peronosporales. Organisms for Special Study. BZastocZadiella. Isolation from nature Culture. Preparation of zoospores Synchronous zoosporangial cultures Developmental effects of. light and dark. Production of single-spored zoosporangia Allomyces. Isolation from nature Culture. Production of "unisexual" hybrids Production.
Register new name (species, genus, family, etc) Register new type specimen of existing taxa (epitype, neotype, etc). Aquatic Phycomycetes Collected from the Athens State Hospital Ponds Crane, G. L.; Vermillion, M. T. pp Article description | Article Full Text PDF (KB) Book Notices pp Article description | Article Full Text PDF (KB) Index to Volume 66 pp Article description | Article Full Text PDF (KB) Back Matter pp
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Aquatic Phycomycetes: Exclusive of the Saprolegniaceae and Pythium Volume 15 of Scientific series Volume 15 of Studies: Scientific series, University of Michigan. Title. Aquatic Phycomycetes.
Related Titles. Series: University of Michigan studies. Scientific series ; v. 15 By. Sparrow, F. (Frederick Kroeber), Book Edition: 2d Rev.
Aquatic Phycomycetes Exclusive of the Saprolgniaceae and Phythium [Frederick K. Sparrow] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Occurrence and Economic Importance of Phycomycetes: The members of this class of fungi occur on a wide variety of substrata.
Some are aquatic (both fresh-water and marine) being parasitic on plants and animals including fish and insects, or are saprophytic on submerged vegetable and animal debris.
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+ pp. Abstract: Mycologists, particularly those interested in the lower fungi, will find this book indispensable, as bringing together in one volume information that is scattered in a great number of periodicals, many of them not readily Cited by: 7. This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Phycomycetes is an obsolete polyphyletic taxon for certain fungi with nonseptate hyphae.
It is used in the Engler system. The class Phycomycetes has been abolished and in its place exists Zygomycetes, Chytridiomycetes, Plasmodiophoromycetes, Hyphochytridiomycetes, Trichomycetes (including Harpellales, Asellariales, Eccrinales and Amoebidiales) and Oomycetes.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. AQUATIC PHYCOMYCETES. $ For research workers, teachers, and practicing horticulturists this book provides detailed information on the diseases o: cultivated fruit crops in the temperate zone, both in Americi and in foreign countries, with the exception of citrus and sub tropical fruits.
For each disease the history, geographic. Introduction. The “aquatic phycomycetes”, as defined by Sparrow in the updated, second edition of his monograph (Sparrow, ), included a very large assemblage of microorganisms with similar morphological structures and zoosporic microorganisms were all well known to Sparrow at that by: 2.
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There is a page introduction dealing with the occurrence, collection and classi-fication into orders of the aquatic Phycomycetes.
This is followed by an account of each of the eight orders into which these fungi are divided. For each order there is a general discussion, which for. AQUATIC PHYCOMYCETES 1 The first noteworthy studies on aquatic fungi were made over years ago and the chief groups of the Phycomycetes had al-ready been outlined before Before this latter date was reached they had been studied by such well known botanists as de Bary, Braun, Cornu, Dangeard, Fischer, Schenck, Thaxter, de Wildeman and Zopf.
A survey of the phycomycete flora of three types of collecting stations in Allahabad was made for a year. Twelve species were recorded, belonging to the Saprolegniales, Blastocladiales and Peronosporales.
The results indicate that the rarity of many of the aquatic phycomycetes may be due not only to specificity of substratum but also to temperature and the time needed for maturation of the Cited by: Aquatic ick K.
Sparrow, Jr. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, ed. 2, xxv + pp. Illus. $Author: John A. Stevenson.Freshwater fungi are expected to be mainly Ascomycota, however, a number of species develop only their asexual state and receive from specialists the general name hyphomycetes (Raja et al.,