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North American Uredineae.
Edward Willet Dorland Holway
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Leaves, fruit, and flowers of the Garland Crab apple, Malus coronaria. Handcolored stipple engraving from a botanical illustration by Pancrace Bessa, engraved on copper by Gabriel, from Francois Andre Michaux's 'North American Sylva,' Philadelphia, English ed. by William G. Smith diseasesofplants00tubeuoft Year: UREDINEAE. The anatomical changes exhibited in diseased parts of pear- leaves have been briefly described by Fentzling.- He found a radial elongation of the cells of the spongy parenchyma and an . (After Strasburger. From Vines' Text-Book of Botany, by permission.) Fig. —Median Longitudinal Section through the Apex of the Root of Pteris cretica. (× ) t, Apical cell k, Initial segment of root-cap. kn, Outer-most layer of root-cap. p, Wall marking limit between the plerome P . Pollen may be transferred to the stigma of the same flower - self-pollination (or autogamy), or to the stigma of another flower on the same plant or another plant of the same species - crosspollination (or allogamy).
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Get this from a library. North American Uredineae. Volume I. Part I-V. [E W D Holway] -- Contains the history, description, and distribution of species of the rust fungi genus Puccionia with 54 plates, 11 x 8 inches, each showing six lithographed photographs of spore groupings, most.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" — Author: E. Holway. North North American Uredineae. book Uredineae (Minneapolis, Minnesota, ), by E. Holway (page images at HathiTrust) Monographia uredinearum: seu specierum omnium ad hunc usque diem cognitarum descriptio et adumbratio systematica / (Lipsiae: Fratres Borntraeger;, ), by P.
Sydow and H. Sydow (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Paul Dietel (15 FebruaryGreiz – 30 OctoberZwickau) was a German mycologist. He studied mathematics and natural sciences at the universities of Leipzig, Berlin and Göttingen, and afterwards worked as a schoolteacher in Greiz, Leipzig, Reichenbach im Vogtland and Glauchau.
He specialized in research of rust fungi — from to he was the author of scientific papers. Current issues are now on the Chicago Journals website. Read the latest issue. Page 59 - Hypocrea ceramica Ellis & Everh. Pyrenom. Stromata appearing first as a speck of white tomentum, with a brick-red spot appearing in the center, finally becoming fleshy, rather thick and entirely brick-red without, and white within, subpatellate, convex, becoming wrinkled when dry, punctate with the necks of the slightly protruding perithecia finally dusted over with.
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Sugar North American Uredineae. book seedling rust, caused by Puccinia subnitens, is a disease that has rarely been observed in sugar beet production.
In fact, to my knowledge the two reports from Nebraska in (8,10) were the first published records of the natural occurrence in the field of this disease on sugar beets since the original communication in by.
Early life. Seymour was born in Moline, Illinois on January 3, Before the age of five he caught scarlet fever, which left him with permanent hearing condition has been attributed to his early interest in plants and interest in becoming a naturalist.
He attended Illinois University and studied botany as an undergraduate from – While working on his degree, he.
June Index to North American Mycology LEMBOSIA brevis Tracy & Earle, n. sp., on Ilex sp. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, March I90I.
LEMBOSIA cactorum Tracy. NORTH AMERICAN RUSTS. PROFESSOR HOLWAY, of the University of Minnesota, has begun the publication of an important work on the rusts, entitled 'North American Uredineae,' of which Part 1 of Volume I. has just appeared. This part is a quarto pamphlet of 32 pages of text, accom-panied with ten photomicrograph plates of J ] on February.
North American Uredineae.-In Part III of the first volume of this work, HOLWAY3 continues his presentation of Puccinia in the order of hosts, concluding Leguminosae and extending through Halorrhagidaceae. The species numbers extend from 84 to I20, including three new species on Sidalcea, Viola, and Bois- duvalia.
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The North American phyllostictas: with descriptions of the species published up to August, by Job Bicknell Ellis (Book) by Job Bicknell Ellis (Book). A List of Works on North American Fungi 21 Winsor British Fungus Flora A Classified text book of mycology Vol 1 Massee Bulletin De La Society Mycologque De France De uredineae en ustilagineae (roesten brandszwammen) von Nederland Calkoen A text-book of botany and pharmacognosy: intended for the use of students of pharmacy, as a reference book for pharmacists, and a handbook for food and drug analysts Notes on the distribution and bibliography of North American bees of the families, Apidae, Meliponidae, Bombidae, Euglossidae, and Anthophoridae -- -by Lutz Earth Sciences.
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; b, last somite. In many cases the slimy masses of spermatia (Uredineae), conidia (Claviceps), basidiospores (Phallus, Coprinus), &c., emit more or less powerful odours, which attract flies or other insects, and it has been shown that bees carry the flagrant oidia of Sclerotinia to the.
Bibliographical index of North American Fungi: The botanical congress at Brussels: Briefer Articles: botanical Bibliography: The conception of species as affected by recent investigations on Fungi: A consideration of the Species plantarum of Linnaeus as a basis for the starting point of the nomenclature of cryptogams: Field book, California.
The geographical distribution of many species of the mushroom family is very wide. We have had specimens of the Morel, for instance, sent to us from California and Washington, on the Pacific coast, and as far north as Maine, on the Atlantic, as well as from the southern and the midwestern States, and the same is true of other species.
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The plants had to be grown and monitored in greenhouses. The crew relied heavily on natural history observations of Arthur’s many collaborators to decide which plants to test.
For two decades Arthur and a whole crew of young assistants labored over the North American rusts, naming them and connecting their life cycles.
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This is the finest collection of jade objects, engravedandjeweled, that exists in anypublic. In Europe, extensive studies were made in Braunschweig, Germany, by Gassner and Straib (b, ) and Straib (a, a), introducing a differential set of cultivars of wheat, barley, and rye, which was widely used ().After World War II a new era on physiologic race studies began in when Dr.
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Charles Edwin Bessey () "The homologies of the Uredineae (The Rusts)" in American Naturalist pp. - This book is the first phylogenetic classification system in botany, and the model for others that really started to catch on in the 's and 60's.
RAVENEL, Henry William, American botanist: ey, S. C., 19 May ; d. Aiken, S. C., 17 July He was graduated from South Carolina College inmade a life study of the fungi and cryptogams and became one of the best botonical authorities in the United States.
Arthur has worked out his system to its logical conclusions in the North American Flora which is at present appearing. In drawing up the following key to the genera and the list of species of British Uredineae the writer is particularly indebted to the works of Plowright, Dietel, Fischer, Hariot and Sydow.*Cited by: 2.
ARTHUR, J.C. North American rose rusts. – T orreya 9: 21– BARCLA Y, A. Descriptive list of the Uredineae occurring in the neighbourhood of Simla. Thomas J. Burrill, Pioneer in Plant Pathology Thomas J. Burrill, Pioneer in Plant Pathology Glawe, Dean A.
Perhaps no other American plant pathologist is so deserving of the title "Pioneer of Plant Pathology" as Thomas J. Burrill. A product of the American frontier and a researcher and teacher of plant pathology before the science even had a name, Burrill was a pioneer in.
A Preliminary Catalogue of the Names of Fungi above the Rank of Order J.C. David CABI Bioscience UK Centre (Egham), Bakeham Lane, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9TY, UK ABSTRACT This paper lists for the first time many of the names that have been used for fungal groups above the rank of order.
Abstract. On the basis of symptoms on the host plants, the disease is known as white rust (WR), white blister, stagheads, and white blister rust (Persoon, Synopsis methodica fungorum, pp.; Kuntze, Revisio generum plantarum, ; Biga, Sydowia, –, ; Saharan and Verma, White rusts: A review of economically important species, ) all over the world.
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