2 edition of Studies in the genus Cortinarius I. found in the catalog.
Studies in the genus Cortinarius I.
Alexander Hanchett Smith
in Ann Arbor
Written in English
|Series||Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium -- No. 2|
|Contributions||University of Michigan. University Herbarium.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p., 6 plates|
|Number of Pages||42|
Cortinarius huronensis var. olivaceus Ammirati & A.H. Sm., The Michigan Botanist 21 () [MB#]. Cortinarius is a genus of mushrooms. It is suspected to be the largest genus of agarics, containing over different species and found worldwide. A common feature among all species in the genus Cortinarius is that young specimens have a cortina (veil) between the cap and the stem, hence the name, meaning : Agaricomycetes.
Cortinarius cyanites is a basidiomycete fungus of the genus Cortinarius native to Europe. Elias Magnus Fries described this species in his book Epicrisis Systematis Mycologici seu Synopsis Hymenomycetum as Cortinarius cyanites. The species name is derived from the Ancient Greek cyanos "dark blue" Within the large genus Cortinarius, it is classified in the subgenus Phlegmacium and Family: Cortinariaceae. Background. Section Calochroi is one of the most species-rich lineages in the genus Cortinarius (Agaricales, Basidiomycota) and is widely distributed across boreo-nemoral areas, with some extensions into meridional us phylogenetic studies of Calochroi (incl. section Fulvi) have been geographically restricted; therefore, phylogenetic and biogeographic relationships within this Cited by:
All fungi within the family Cortinariaceae leave brownish spore prints; with fungi of the genus Cortinarius, for example, the colour of spore prints is a distinctive rusty brown. Strophariaceae and Bolbitiaceae also include many species that have cortina-like partial veils in . Dermocybe, Cortinarius. Small Groups. Within that framework, a series of smaller 'pigeon holes' can be used to group similar species on the basis of some of the following: What is the genus like? This very large genus is characterised by having rusty rough spores, only growing in soil and forming mycorrhizal relationships with flowering plants.
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The genus Cortinarius: a preliminary study CALVIN HENRY KAUFFMAN INTRODUCTION The genus Cortinarius, the largest genus of the Agaricaceae, is of special interest because of the small amount of work done on it, especially in this country. Fries in Europe and Peck in Amer-ica have described nearly all the species so far reported.
In recent. The Genus Cortinarius A Preliminary Study Volume 32 by Calvin Henry Kauffman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT IN THE GENUS CORTINARIUS appearance shown in figures 3 and 1o, and in the tangential section of the same fruit body (fig.
Soon, however, as new elements are formed in a centrifugal manner, the zone of the hymenophore near the stem begins to change its appearance. The ends of the hyphae. "A Study of Development in the Genus Cortinarius" is an article from American Journal of Botany, Volume 3. View more articles from American Journal of Botany.
View this article on JSTOR. An Overview of the Genus Cortinarius (Telluride pt. 4) Note: this post was intended to be a micro-post, but ended up being a summary of pretty much everything I know about the genus Cortinarius, so it'd quite a substantial post indeed!Author: Henofthewood.
The genus Cortinarius is one of the most numerous groups of fungi on the planet - maybe that is why most of us avoid trying to identify them particularly when placed in the subgenus Telamonia (Telamonia have dry cap and stem, the sticky capped species in subgenus Phlegmacium are just about doable as are the sticky cap and stem species in.
Cortinarius is the largest genus of ectomycorrhizal fungi worldwide. Recent molecular studies have shown high levels of morphological homoplasy within the genus. Phylogenetic studies focussing on the genus Cortinarius generally resulted in phylogenetic hypothesis with low internal support on subgenus level.
Nevertheless, many traditional taxonomic groups, for instance the classical major subgenera (Høiland and Holst-Jensen,Peintner et al., ) have been shown to be by: The most widely used gene region for studies at species rank is the internal transcribed spacer region (ITS), which has proven to be useful in Cortinarius in subgenus Telamonia by Kytö vuori et.
(). Genus Cortinarius, subgenus Phlegmacium in Tasmania. New Zealand Journal of Botany: Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 6. Cortinarius, subgenus Phlegmacium, section Phlegmacium in Europe.
A study of character variation and ecology including a numerical analysis of the C. argutus complex. Mycological Research, Vol. Issue. 4, p. Cited by: A group of 49 Amanita species that had been thoroughly examined morphologically and anatomically was analyzed by DNA sequence comparison to estimate natural groups and phylogenetic relationships within the genus.
Nuclear DNA sequences coding for a part of the ribosomal large subunit were determined and evaluated using neighbor-joining with bootstrap analysis, parsimony analysis, conditional Cited by: Study on Cortinarius subgenus Telamonia section Hydrocybe in Europe, In this paper we have attempted to clarify the taxonomy and nomenclature of thirteen taxa of the genus Cortinarius subgenus Telamonia (sections Hydrocybe, Fraternii) In addition, a study of spores under field emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM) was by: The Genus Cortinarius () Major Groups > Gilled Mushrooms > Dark-Spored > Cortinarius.
The Genus Cortinarius. [ Basidiomycetes > Agaricales > Cortinariaceae by Michael Kuo. Cortinariusis the largest genus of mushrooms in the world, containing an astounding number of species (often estimated well over a thousand).
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Beginning with Høiland and Holst-Jensen (), the genus Cortinarius has been the subject of many phylogenetic studies at different taxonomic levels (e.g., Frøslev et al.
a, b; Frøslev and. P hlegmacium is a subgenus of Cortinarius, which is the largest genus of agarics in Europe. Phlegmacium species form mycorrhiza with coniferous or deciduous trees. They are widely distributed in Europe - from the oligotrophic spruce and pine forests of Fennoscandia to the calcareous holm oak forests in the mediterranean.
Cortinarius iodes, commonly known as the spotted cort or the viscid violet cort, is a species of agaric fungus in the family fruit bodies have small, slimy, purple caps up to 6 cm ( in) in diameter that develop yellowish spots and streaks in maturity.
The gill color changes from violet to rusty or grayish brown as the mushroom : Cortinariaceae. Cortinarius subgenus Dermocybe in Greenland. The genus Cortinarius Fr. (Cortinariaceae, Agaricales) is divided into four or more subgenera. Further studies are needed to substantiate these. interest in this fascinating genus.
KARLSOP Mora, June Taxonomical Notes Despite several major biomolecular studies (e.g., GAR1, GAR4, GAR6, GAR7, FRØ1, FRØ3, PEI5, KIA18), covering taxa from many continents, an infrageneric structure of Cortinarius supported by genetic markers has File Size: 2MB.Morphological and molecular phylogenetic studies in South American Cortinarius species Article in Mycological Research (Pt 10) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Cortinarius smithii is an agaric fungus of the genus Cortinarius.
Originally named Cortinarius phoeniceus var. occidentalis by American mycologist Alexander H. Smith init was renamed to honor Smith inafter molecular analysis revealed that it was genetically different from Cortinarius phoeniceus. It is found in North : Cortinariaceae.