10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYPOGEOUS»
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The Fungal Community: Its Organization and Role in the ...
Hypogeous genera do not likely disperse across even limited ocean barriers, yet
the genus Elaphomyces includes closely related species with identical, complex
peridial structures in both the northern and southern hemispheres, suggesting ...
John Dighton, James F. White Jr., James White, 2005
Mycorrhiza: State of the Art, Genetics and Molecular ...
The limited research that has been done on non-Tuberacean hypogeous
mushrooms of the Pezizales, which include the desert truffles, has mostly focused
on Phylogenetic aspects. Traditionally, the assignment of a particular family and ...
Mammal Community Dynamics: Management and Conservation in ...
The success of the hypogeous strategy, however, requires an alternative to the
mushroom's discharging of spores using moving air as the agent of dispersal.
Mycophagy is one such alternative in Australia, as it is in North America. In both
Cynthia J. Zabel, Robert G. Anthony, 2003
Issues in Bioinvasion Science: EEI 2003: a Contribution to ...
Taxonomic Species Habit group Basidiomycetes Laccaria fraternaa Epigeous
Hydnangium carneuma Hypogeous Hymenogaster albusa Hypogeous
Hysterangium inflatuma Hypogeous Pisolithus albusa Epigeous Pisolithus
Laura Capdevila-Argüelles, Bernardo Zilletti, 2005
Fungal Conservation: Issues and Solutions
7. Threats. to. hypogeous. fungi. MARIA ŁAWRYNOWICZ Introduction The
European Council for the Conservation of Fungi, during its fourteen years of
activity, focused attention on threats and conservation problems of fungi. As a
result of ...
David Moore, Marijke M. Nauta, Shelley E. Evans, 2008
Arctic and Alpine Mycology 6
Hypogeous fungi at tree line in the Australien Alps. - Meddelelser om Gronland,
Bioscience 56, Copenhagen, The Commission for Scientific Research in
Greenland, p. 148-158. The tree line of the continental Australian Alps yielded
The Ecology of Neotropical Savannas
Dahlman and Kucera (1965) studied the underground production of a prairie in
Missouri and obtained a maximum value for the hypogeous biomass of 1900 g •
m"2. They determined a hypo- geous production of about 450-500 g • m"2 • year"
Guillermo Sarmiento, 1984
Bettongs, Potoroos and the Musky Rat-kangaroo
Nevertheless, Rufous Bettongs coped poorly in drought conditions in northern
New South Wales and sought water in mostly dried-up stream beds. Most rat-
kangaroos obtain sufficient water from their food. Fruit-bodies of hypogeous fungi
Andrew W. Claridge, John H. Seebeck, Randy Rose, 2007
Mushrooms of Colorado and the Southern Rocky Mountains
A diverse, loosely organized group, the hypogeous fungi all produce fruiting
bodies that develop underground or just under the soil surface. This trufflelike
growth habit is probably an adaptation to moisture- limiting conditions, and the ...
Vera Stucky Evenson, 1997
Biocomplexity of Plant-Fungal Interactions
Model of dual dispersal of ectomycorrhizal hosts (Quercus garryana) and
hypogeous fungi (Tuber candidum): Acorns are dispersed by birds and mammals
and germinate without fungi, and hypogeous ectomycorrhizal fungi are eaten by
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HYPOGEOUS»
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American Pecan Truffle May Be Coming to a Plate Near You, By …
Truffles -- or, more properly, hypogeous fungi -- are mushrooms that have gone underground. Instead of relying on a humid breeze to disperse ... «Scientific American, Aug 13»
Truffle Paradise in Southern Germany: Botanists Uncover Culinary …
In 1891, mycologist Rudolph Hesse included a relatively accurate description of the deposits of German truffles in his book "Hypogeous Fungi ... «Spiegel Online, Dec 12»