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Studies on the genus Pythium.

Velma Dare Mathews

Studies on the genus Pythium.

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Published by Univ. of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pythiaceae

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    Pagination136 p.
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15491126M

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Studies on the genus Pythium. by Velma Dare Mathews Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Abstract and Figures Phylogeny of the genus Pythium is analyzed based on sequences of the large subunit ribosomal DNA D1/D2 region and cytochrome oxidase II gene region of Pythium isolates.

Monograph of the genus Pythium This edition published in by Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures in : COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated.

Members of the genera Phytophthora de Bary and Pythium Pringsheim are economically important “fungal-like-organisms” or “pseudofungi” which have been widely studied thr oughout the world but. Monograph of the genus Pythium This edition published in by Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures in Baarn, The Netherlands.

Abstract. Five new species of Pythium are described, following ecological studies of the genus in the Reading (U.K.) area.

Two of the new species were found abundantly, three were rarely. The phylogeny of species and varieties of Pythium was studied using parsimony and phenetic analysis of the ITS region of the nuclear ribosomal DNA.

The D1, D2 and D3 regions of the. The genus Pythium comprises more than species but only P. insidiosum has been reported to cause disease in mammals. 38,40,41 A Lagenidium sp. recently recovered from some dogs with pythiosis-like lesions is still awaiting verification. 42 However, it is thought that these canine isolates may not belong to the Studies on the genus Pythium.

book. Pythium spe-cies are more closely related to the algae than they are to the higher fungi. There is now a large body of evidence to support this relationship.

As a result, the genus Pythium has been moved from the fungal kingdom, Mycetae, and placed into the kingdom Protoctista (See Table 1 above.). Still other studies. Pythium is a genus with over species found worldwide, some of which are residents of terrestrial habitats while others are aquatic.

In terms of nutrient acquisition, species within the genus may be saprophytes, plant or animal parasites, or mycoparasites. The genus Pythium is one of the most important groups of soilborne plant pathogens, present in almost every agricultural soil and attacking the roots of thousands of hosts, reducing crop yield and quality.

Most species are generalists, necrotrophic pathogens that infect young juvenile tissue. In fact, Cook and Veseth have called Pythium. Monograph of the genus Pythium. Abstract In this comprehensive revision, sections on material and methods, morphology and terminology, ecology, pathogenicity and microbial interactions are followed by a systematic account of the genus.

The Pythium biocontrol features of 17 Paenibacillus strains, all previously isolated from the rhizosphere, hyphosphere or bulk soil from mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal cucumber plants, were examined using a cucumber seedling emergence bioassay.

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The genus Pythium, with slightly over described species, has been classified traditionally with other filamentous, coenocytic, sporangia-producing fungi as “Phycomyetes”.However, with recent advances in chemical, ultrastructural and molecular studies, Pythium.

The key is presented as a guide to identifying Pythium to the species level. It is a modification of that created by Anna van der Plaats-Niterink (Van der Plaats-Niterink, A. Monograph of the genus Pythium. Introduction Members of the genera Phytophthora de Bary and Pythium Pringsheim are economically important “fungal-like-organisms” or “pseudofungi” which have been widely studied throughout the world but their taxonomic treatment.

Plaats-Niterink, A. van der.Monograph of the genus Pythium / by A.J. van der Plaats-Niterink Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures Baarn [Netherlands] Wikipedia Citation Please see.

Pythium inflatum V.D. Matthews, Studies on the genus Pythium: 45 () [MB#]. Pythium catenulatum V.D. Matthews, Studies on the genus Pythium: 47 () [MB#]. Pythium, genus of destructive root parasites of the family Pythiaceae (phylum Oomycota, kingdom Chromista).

Pythium species have filamentous sporangia, smooth-walled spherical oogonia, and. He is best known for his revision of the StanfordBinet Intelligence Scales and for initiating the longitudinal study of children with high IQs called the Genetic Studies of Genius.

He was a prominent eugenicist /5(1). The genus Pythium was established by Pringsheim in and placed in the family Saprolegniaceae. entophytum Pringsheim and P. monospermum Pringsheim were the first described species.

monospermum later became the type species with the transfer of P. entophytum to the genus Lagen­;dium. Schroter () included Pythium. Abstract A guide to methods of isolation and preservation of Pythium is provided. A key to the 27 species of Pythium so far recorded from New Zealand is given.

The following species are. The genus Pythium comprises about eighty-five species. Pythium species are common pathogens causing disease in plants and fishes.

The species of this genus are among the most destructive plant. Pythium attrantheridium sp. nov.: taxonomy and comparison with related species Nadine ALLAIN-BOULE´ 1, Russell TWEDDELL, Marc MAZZOLA2, Richard BE´LANGER1 and C. Pythium aphanidermatum, a member of class oomycetes, is one of the important soil-borne plant pathogen and it causes great loss in agriculture production.

This fungus like organism is an. Three new species of Pythium, namely, P. oopapillum, P. emineosumand P. camurandrumare presented in this paper based on morphological descriptions and molecular. Pythium is a genus of parasitic oomycotes. They were formerly classified as fungi.

Most species are plant parasites, but Pythium insidiosum is an important pathogen of animals, causing pythiosis. The feet of. Pathogenicity tests of various species of Pythium, Fusarium and Rhizoctonia sotani were made on five plants namely cotton, pea, tomato, maize and wheat.

Pythium ultimum proved to be the most. I am requesting your permission to reproduce your illustration ‘Life Cycle of Pythium’ for my book on marine fungi to be published by Springer. This neat illustration will be useful for introducing this genus in my book.

Pythium species are genetically diverse and exhibit significant variation in terms of virulence, host range, and distribution.Despite being members of the Pythium lineage that produces filamentous sporangia, Pythium aphanidermatum and Pythium arrhenomanes have distinct temperature optima and levels of r to Pythium ultimum var.

ultimum, Pythium. The phylogeny of species and varieties of Pythium was studied using parsimony and phenetic analysis of the ITS region of the nuclear ribosomal DNA.

The D1, D2 and D3 regions of the adjacent large subunit nuclear ribosomal DNA of half the Pythium. John T. Middleton, THE TAXONOMY, HOST RANGE AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF THE GENUS PYTHIUM, Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club, Vol. 20, No. 1, The Taxonomy, Host Range and Geographic Distribution of the Genus Pythium.

The generic principles followed in this study are those established by Butler (Mem. Dep. Agric. India india Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details, Bot. Ser., i, 5, ) and Miss Matthews (Studies on the genus Pythium, ), involving the retention of Pythium.

Taxonomy, host range and geographical distribution of the genus Pythium. Lancaster, Pa., Pub. for the Club by Lancaster press, inc. [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

The genus Pythium is a complex genus containing over described species that occupy a variety of terrestrial and aquatic ecological habitats (Dick, ).

Perhaps the most economically important members of this genus. Pythium porphyrae, is a parasitic species of oomycete in the family Pythiaceae. It is the cause of red rot disease or red wasting disease, also called akagusare (赤ぐされ) in Japanese.

The specific epithet porphyrae (πορφυρα) stems from the genus .InCouch described Pythiella (lacking Latin diagnosis), a genus seemingly combining features of several oomycete genera: Olpidiopsis, Aphanomycopsis, Pythium, Ectrogella, Achlya and Saprolegnia.

Pythiella was of further interest in that it parasitized hyphae of Pythium .Meronyms (members of "genus Pythium"): pythium (any fungus of the genus Pythium). Holonyms ("genus Pythium" is a member of): family Pythiaceae; Pythiaceae (fungi having sporangia usually .