10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «APOTHECIA»
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An encyclopædia of plants;: comprising the description, ...
15395 Crust membranaceous white with a greyish or whitish-grey powdery
substance scattered over it in small clusters, Apothecia minute appressed plane
black 15396 Crust leprous granul. powdery green. -yell. Apothecia sess. margin ...
John Claudius Loudon, Mrs. Loudon (Jane), George Don, 1836
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
TABLEÓ — Effect of nitrogenous fertilisers on apothecial formation by Gheotinia
temulenta from infected ryegrass seeds under laboratory conditions Percentage
of seeds bearing apothecia after 40 days' incubation Treatment Ruanui Tama ...
al-Juzʾ al-awwal[-al-thānī] min majmūʻat rasāʾil Ibn ʻĀbidīn
Apothecia 0-3-0'5 millim. broad, brown. L. leucoblephara, Nyl. ADothecia 0-5
millim. broad, black. L. trachona, f. marginatula, Hymenium tinted blue by iodine
46. Hymenium tinted violet or vinous-yellow by iodine 57. | Spores nearly acicular
Muḥammad Amīn ibn ʻUmar Ibn ʻĀbidīn, 1870
An Encyclopaedia of Plants
15515 Crust cracked and areolate somewhat granular whitish, Disk of apothecia
rufous becoming brown, Border white or yellowish becoming flexuose sass Disk
of a lwcin black, clcsious, glnucous, or variously colored, always pruinose.
John Claudius Loudon, 1829
Niebla and Vermilacinia (Ramalinaceae) from California and ...
Apothecia: — Apothecia may be solitary, scattered or aggregate, and they may
be positioned on a branch laterally, subterminally or terminally. Apothecia are
considered solitary if only one occurs on a branch, scattered or in a series when ...
Mushrooms and Other Fungi of the Midcontinental United States
Apothecia sessile, on the ground, free: 9 8b. Apothecia developed at the surface
of soil or litter, attached to branches, pieces of wood, or woody plant parts, on or
in soil or litter: 11 9a. Apothecia about 1 cm in diameter, deeply cup-shaped; ...
Donald M. Huffman, Lois H. Tiffany, George Knaphaus, 2008
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics
P.B., Auckland, New Zealand (Received 22 December 7975) ABSTRACT Field
observations, over a 5-year period, showed that apothecia of Sclerotinia minor
are produced in large numbers only in spring, during September and October
Flora Hibernica: Comprising the Flowering Plants, Ferns, ...
Varieties occur with the pruinq very indistinct on the thallus, and sometimes
altogether wanting from the disk of the apothecia. 4. P. stellaris, ACH- .Thallus
stellate, of a pale glaucousgrey, little changed when wet, with crowded, minute,
James Townsend Mackay, 1836
Flora Hibernica, Comprising the Flowering Plants, Ferns, ...
A. Apothecia none. 1. Lepraria. Thallus crustaceo-Ieprose, uniform effuse.
Apothecia none. Gongyli covering the thallus, more or less scattered, naked. 2.
Spiloma. Thallus crustaceous, uniform, effuse. Apothecia none. Gongyli collected
James Townsend MacKay, 1836
Laboratory Protocols in Fungal Biology: Current Methods in ...
Tricharia b Apothecia widely adnate and with indistinct margin; bristles usually
white, when present; hyphophores often ... b Apothecia initially immersed, finally
sessile with constricted base, with concave disc, mostly<1 mm large, always ...
Vijai Kumar Gupta, Maria G. Tuohy, Manimaran Ayyachamy, 2012
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «APOTHECIA»
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Pest & Disease Factsheet - White mould
Sclerotinia minor is capable of secondary spread as vegetative mycelium growing between plants and is less capable of producing apothecia. «Horticulture Week, Jun 15»
Applying fungicides for white mold management in soybeans
These conditions induce sclerotia germination, apothecia formation and spore dispersal. Is the temperature predicted to be cool (less than 85 ... «Michigan State University Extension, Jun 15»
Mummy berry management in blueberries during bloom
The first stage of the disease cycle – the infection of young shoots by ascospores produced in apothecia on mummified fruit – has occurred and ... «Michigan State University Extension, May 15»
Dolly Parton Gets Her Own TV Show -- And Her Own Fungus!
... the Unicoi Mountains of western North Carolina which have apothecia that resemble those of Japewia tornoënsis (Nyl.) Tønsberg but differ in ... «The Inquisitr, May 15»
New Appalachian lichen named after Dolly Parton
... a fertile state with the accompanying apothecia—fungal reproductive structures—that would have made classification of the species possible. «Science /AAAS, May 15»
Pest Patrol: Be prepared for white mould on soybeans
Sclerotia in the soil will produce mushroom-like structures called apothecia that eject spores onto the soybean plant. Photo: OMAFRA. Figure 3. «Country Guide, Apr 15»
Wonderful Things: The Amazing Mimicry of the Mummy Berry Fungus
Apothecia of Monilinia vaccinii-corymbosi growing out of buried mummy berries. Caleb Slemmons, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, ... «Scientific American, Apr 15»
Disease risk for soybeans high
Anything below two inches will remain buried and won't germinate or develop into the apothecia and then the spores — they'll just stay there.”. «Country Guide, Mar 15»
Soy Farmers Address White Mold
Wunsch explained that the apothecia, a mushroom-like fruiting body, produces spores that thrive in constant moisture environments but wet/dry ... «Farmer's Exchange, Mar 15»
Biological products available for late season white mold treatment
Spores released from apothecia then infect crop plants through their flowers during the early reproductive stages of growth. Infected plants can ... «Michigan State University Extension, Oct 14»