10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PARAPHYSES»
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A Monograph of the Fern Genus Pyrrosia: Polypodiaceae
Paraphyses modified in one or more of these ways occur in the P. albicans-
group, the P. angustata- group, the P. confluens-group, and the P. lanceolata-
group. Their presence is not always evident, and they may be constantly absent
Peter H. Hovenkamp, E. Hennipman, 1986
Systematics and Evolution
A good example of such a character is found in the Nectria type (see below) with
apical paraphyses. Conversely, the Xylaria type represents a "default" centrum,
and the diverse group of fungi that possess variants of this centrum type are not ...
David J. McLaughlin, Karl Esser, Paul A. Lemke, 2001
This netting, considered occasionally as a criterion for paraphysoids, is widely
distributed in many genera of the Lecanorales and as such is hardly useful for
separating paraphyses and paraphysoids. It is recommended for descriptive ...
American Arctic Lichens: The microlichens
59. Spores halonate. 60. Apothecia immersed; cephalodia usually present:
paraphyses branched Amygdalaria 60. Apothecia adnate; cephalodia absent;
paraphyses branched or not. 61. Paraphyses conspicuously branched and
John Walter Thomson, 1984
Fungi: Ascomycetes, Ustilaginales, Uredinales
Inthesimplerasco- carps the asci are irregularly scattered ; in the apo- thecia and
flask-shaped perithecia they are regularly arranged, forming a more or less
parallel series and intermingled with paraphyses. The Paraphyses. The
Helen Gwynne-Vaughan, 2010
Laboratory Protocols in Fungal Biology: Current Methods in ...
Thelidium b Spores muriform .............................................................................................
................................. Polyblastia 160a Paraphyses unbranched; macroconidia
usually present, cylindrical, septate; Photobiont Cephaleuros .
Vijai Kumar Gupta, Maria G. Tuohy, Manimaran Ayyachamy, 2012
The Essential Naturalist: Timeless Readings in Natural History
ing paraphyses) and then pulling off the solid mass which contained the hairs.
Fucus spiralis was used for the experiment, since in this species the palaphyses
project in huge tufts from the conceptacles. The first liquid used was paraffin wax.
Michael H. Graham, Joan Parker, Paul K. Dayton, 2011
A Text-Book of Botany: Morphological and Physiological
'Even in the young ball, and among the first rudiments of the paraphyses, thicker
hyphae are to be seen interwoven among the rest, rich in protoplasm, undivided
by septa, and with numerous ramifications; the upright ends of the branches of ...
Julius Sachs, Alfred W. Bennett, W. T. Thiselton Dyer, 2011
The Cereal Rusts: Origins, Specificity, Structure, and ...
Figure 28 is a scanning micrograph through a uredium of P. coronata showing
the urediospores, paraphyses, and pedicels or interstitial cells. The paraphyses
tend to predominate at the margin of the uredium, although they also may occur ...
Paraphyses: These are long, club-shaped or cylindrical, unbranched but rarely
branched, unicellular or multicellular structures, developing at the base of the
fruiting body. Their tip is generally free. 2. Periphyses: These are short, hair-like ...
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PARAPHYSES»
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Funny Looking Rock found on Mars!
A magnification of the structure Sol 3540 reveals the presence of numerous “paraphyses” which are spore producing organs of Apothecium. «ScienceBlogs, Jan 14»
Alien Life Lawsuit: Rhawn Joseph Claims NASA Is Involved In A …
The abstract reads, “What appears to be spore-producing "paraphyses" can be observed on the structure, as is apparent upon magnification ... «International Business Times, Jan 14»
Under the Microscope, Some Things Look Too Crazy to Be Real
... this image of a fern common fern shows its spore-enclosing sporangia, which are in turn covered by protective hairs called paraphyses. «Wired, Oct 13»