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The British smut fungi

G. C. Ainsworth

The British smut fungi

(Ustilaginales)

by G. C. Ainsworth

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Published by Commonwealth Mycological Institute in Kew .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smut fungi,
  • Fungi

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 113-132.

    Statementby G.C. Ainsworth and Kathleen Sampson
    ContributionsSampson, Kathleen
    The Physical Object
    Pagination137 p.:
    Number of Pages137
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26565045M

    Teodor T. Denchev, Henning Knudsen, Cvetomir M. Denchev Select: All None.   Author of Rust, smut, mildew & mould, Fungi, A plain and easy account of British fungi, One thousand objects for the microscope, Illustrations of British Fungi (Hymenomycetes), Freaks and marvels of plant life, Toilers in the sea, Edible and poisonous mushrooms.

    Purchase The Fungi - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , The effect of the smut fungus Microbotryum bistortarum (de Candolle) K. Vánky on Polygonum viviparum L. was investigated in the High Arctic region, Svalbard, Norway, from to Ninety-two plants in a field plot were monitored for disease occurrence, plant survival, and plant growth. The disease, initially identified in 20 plants, only spread to one additional plant in 4 by: 4.

    Smut, plant disease primarily affecting grasses, including corn (maize), wheat, sugarcane, and sorghum, caused by several species of is characterized by fungal spores that accumulate in sootlike masses called sori, which are formed within blisters in seeds, leaves, stems, flower parts, and sori usually break up into a black powder that is readily dispersed by the wind. The fungi uses its smut-whip to ensure that the disease is spread to other plants, which usually occurs over a time period of three months. As the inoculum is spread, the younger sugarcane buds just coming out of the soil will be the most susceptible. Because water is necessary for spore germination, irrigation has been shown to be a factor in.


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The British smut fungi by G. C. Ainsworth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ainsworth, G.C. (Geoffrey Clough), British smut fungi (Ustilaginales). Kew, Surrey, Commonwealth Mycological. The Smut Fungi: A Guide to the Literature, with Bibliography Paperback – Ma by George William Fischer (Author)Cited by: 3. The British smut fungi (Ustilaginales).

Since the last general account of British smuts was Plowright's monograph published in this new work will fill a space in the bookcase which has long been empty. Its general excellence, however, will ensure that it will be found more frequently upon the working bench than upon the by: About this book This outstanding book is an essential tool in helping the scientific community to identify smut fungi everywhere.

It includes keys to the genera and species and a host plant-smut fungus list and compiles more than 3, micrographs and line drawings into a single sourcebook. Book: The British smut fungi (Ustilaginales). pp pp. Abstract: This useful monograph meets the real need for a new systematic treatment of the British smut fungi (Ustilaginales) and provides a good general and up-to-date account of the order [ R.A.M., 20, p.

].Cited by: About this book. In Illustrated Genera of Smut Fungi, Third Edition, the world's top authority on the topic, Dr.

Kálmán Vánky, uses molecular phylogenetic analyses and extensive collecting activity to bring you a better and expanded classification of smut fungi. In this third edition, recognized genera of smut fungi are identified, described and illustrated, compared to the second edition, in which 77 genera are.

The smut fungi and their allies are a group of specialist plant pathogens. Eighty-one species are recorded from Wales, sixty-six on native plants. The first monographic treatment of the British smut fungi (Ustilaginomycetes) was published by Plowright () and included just 51 species.

Enormous progress since then with regard both to taxonomic concepts and to study of the British species has resulted in extensive amendments and additions to the by: 3. A Checklist of the Downy Mildews (Peronosporaceae) of the British Isles, T. Preece, British Mycological Society, Kew, Richmond Surrey,ISBN 0.

for a thorough revision of collections of smut fungi held in British herbaria. This culminated just ten years later in a monographic treatment of the British smuts by Ainsworth & Sampson () which provided full descriptions of the taxa togetherwithillustrationsofmaincharacters,akeytogenera, and full discussion of their biology and genetics.

74 species. Sugarcane smut or Ustilago scitaminea Sydow is caused by the fungus Sporisorium scitamineum; smut was previously known as Ustilago scitaminea.

The smut 'whip' is a curved black structure which emerges from the leaf whorl, and which aids in the spreading of the disease. Sugarcane smut causes significant losses to the economic value of a sugarcane crop. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: Olive I.

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Kálmán Vánky: Smut Fungi of the WorldAPSPress, XVII + pages, line drawings, micrographs; US$ The book was welcomed by the mycological community. Based on five () book reviews, I will characterise it shortly, showing also some opinions (See the list of f ive book reviews below).

(5): This monograph by Kálmán Vánky is a culmination of more than 50 years of. Smut fungi (Ustilaginales) are important plant parasites.

This book comprises, for the first time, the knowledge about the known smut fungi from Europe. For these species and for furt still unknown smuts from Europe, detailed descriptions are given. 82 doubtful or excluded taxa are also presented. The descriptions are completed by drawings of diseased plants and by more than.

Ainsworth published widely on all aspects of fungi. His major works were Dictionary of the Fungi (), British Smut Fungi () with Kathleen Sampson, Medical Mycology (), and the multi-volume The Fungi: An Advanced Treatise (–) with A.

Sussman and F. Sparrow. 1. Many of the Ustilaginales, or smut fungi, appear to have the qualities necessary for the application of modern techniques of microbial genetics. Ustilago maydis is considered the most suitable species.

Investigations of the mating system confirm reports that the production of diploid brandspores in the host is controlled by alleles at two Cited by:   If you have any additional questions or need advice about smuts or any other type of fungus, don’t hesitate to call Mold Busters.

References. Vánky K (). Smut fungi (Basidiomycota p.p., Ascomycota p.p.) of the world. novelties, selected examples, trends. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

A monograph of the British Uredineae and Ustilagineae, with an account of their biology including the methods of observing the germination of their spores and of their experimental culture.

Plowright, Charles Bagge, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. London,Paul, Trench & Co., Subjects. British Parasitic Fungi: A Host-parasite Index and a Guide to British W. C. Moore No preview available - British Parasitic Fungi: A Host-Parasite Index and a Guide to British.Smut fungi induce disease only in their dikaryotic stage, which is generated by mating.

Mating is regulated by two loci, which harbor conserved genes. In the a locus these genes specify pheromones and receptors, while in the b locus two transcription factors are encoded.

This chapter focuses on the signaling cascades, which coordinate cyclic AMP (cAMP) and mitogen-activated protein kinase Cited by: The smut fungi (Ustilaginomycetes and some Urediniomycetes) are parasites mainly of flowering plants.

In Australia, these fungi include species in 43 genera. The conspicuous stage is the sorus, which is often confined to the ovary or inflorescence, but may also be .