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Author British Mycological Society. Symposium (1983 : University of Bath)

Title The ecology and physiology of the fungal mycelium / Symposium of the British Mycological Society held at Bath University, 11-15 April 1983 ; edited by D.H. Jennings & A.D.M. Rayner
Published Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1984


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Description xvi, 564 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series British Mycological Society symposium series ; 8
British Mycological Society symposium series ; 8
Contents Machine derived contents note: Contributors; Preface; Nomenclature; 1. The fungal mycelium - and historical perspective P. H. Gregory; 2. Regulation of hyphal branching and hyphal orientation A. P. J. Trinci; 3. Colony ontogeny in basidiomycetes G. M. Butler; 4. Hyphal interactions in Schizophyllum commune: the di-mon mating T. T. Nguyen and D. J. Niderpruem; 5. Hyphal fusion in Coriolus versicolor R. C. Aylmore and N. K. Todd; 6. The mycelial habit and secondary metabolite production M. O. Moss; 7. Water flow through mycelia D. H. Jennings; 8. Morphogenesis of the Serpula lacrimans colony in relation to its functions in nature S. C. Watkinson; 9. Distribution, development and functioning of mycelial cord systems of decomposer basidiomycetes of the deciduous woodland floor W. Thompson; 10. The structure and function of the vegetative mycelium of mycorrhizal roots D. J. Read; 11. Autecology and the mycelium of a woodland litter decomposer J. C. Frankland; 12. The micro-environment of basidiomycete mycelia in temperate deciduous woodlands L. Boddy; 13. Interrelationships between vegetative development and basidiocarp initiation M. Raudaskoski and M. Salonen; 14. Physiology and ecology of rhythmic growth and sporulation in fungi G. Lysek; 15. Senescence in Podospora anerina and its implication for genetic engineering K. Esser, U. Kück, U. Stahl and P. Tudzynski; 16. The mycelial biology of Endothia parasitics. I. nuclear and cytoplasmic genes that determine morphology and virulence S. L. Anagnostakis; 17. Variation and heterokaryosis in Rhizoctonia solani N. A. Anderson; 18. Interspecific mycelial interactions - an overview A. D. M. Rayner and J. F. Webber; 19. Mycelial development and lectin-carbohydrate interactions in nematode-trapping fungi B. Nordbring-Hertz; 20. Mycelial interactions and mitochondrial inheritance in Aspergillus J. H. Croft and R. B. G. Dales; 21. Inter-mycelial recognition systems in Ceratocystis ulmi: their pysiological properties and ecological importance C. M. Brasier; 22. The mycelial biology of Endothia parasitica. II. vegetative incompatibility S. L. Anagnostakis; 23. The biological consequences of individualistic mycelium A. D. M. Rayner, D. Coates, A. M. Ainsworth, T. J. H. Adams, E. N. D. Williams and N. K. Todd; Index of generic and specific names; Subject index
Analysis Fungi Mycelium
Notes Series statement from the jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographies and indexes
Subject Fungi -- Ecology -- Congresses.
Fungi -- Ecology.
Fungi -- Physiology.
Fungi -- Physiology -- Congresses.
Mycelium -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Jennings, D. H. (David Harry), 1932-
Rayner, A. D. M. (Alan D. M.), 1950-
British Mycological Society.
LC no. 83024011
ISBN 0521254132