5 edition of Parasitic fungi of Illinois ... found in the catalog.
Part II by T. J. Burrill and F. S. Earle.
|Statement||By T. J. Burrill ...|
|Series||Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History -- Vol. II, articles III, VI.|
|Contributions||Earle, Franklin Sumner, 1856-1929.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||11000784|
Human disease - Human disease - Fungi and other parasites: Diseases caused by fungi and parasites are relatively uncommon in developed countries. Fungal infections, also known as mycotic infections, may affect the skin surfaces or the internal organs of the body. The superficial mycotic infections are generally not serious and include such well-known disorders as athlete’s foot (tinea pedis Missing: Illinois. Parasitic fungi of Illinois / by T.J. Burrill. (Peoria, Ill.: J. W. Franks, ), by Thomas J. Burrill and F. S. Earle (page images at HathiTrust) Theatrum fungorum oft het Tooneel der Campernoelien / (T'Antwerpen: By I. Iacobs, ), by Franciscus van Sterbeeck (page images at HathiTrust).
The parasitic species transmit diseases and form relations with other organisms, in which the fungus benefits from the association and damages the host organism (human beings and plants). Such fungi as Endothia parasitica, Ceratocystis ulmi, Puccinia sparganioides, Puccinia graminis are parasites of plants, while fungi of the genus Aspergillus or Candida albicans carry infections to [ ]Missing: Illinois. Pages in category "Parasitic fungi" The following pages are in this category, out of total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
The major groups of parasitic helminths include: platyhelminths (flatworms), acanthocephalins (thorny-headed worms) cestodes (tapeworms), trematodes (flukes) and nematodes (roundworms). The classification and identification of helminths are dependent on numerous factors including body shape, body cavity, body covering, digestive tubing, sex and Missing: Illinois. Successful development of parasitic fungi in infected host insects obviously requires combined activity of enzymes and immunosuppressive toxins. Current frontiers concerning the research on insect-fungal interactions at the cellular and molecular levels are outlined, with emphasis on applied by:
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Author: Thomas J Burrill. parasitic fungi Illinois parasitic fungi Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History: Abstract: Most of the plants herein described were collected in Illinois during and by Mr. Seymour, who was employed for the purpose by the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural by: 1.
Parasitic Fungi of Illinois: Author(s): Burrill, T.J.; Earle, F.S. Subject(s): parasitic fungi Illinois fungi mycelia: Abstract: The very abundant mycelium consists of numerous slender, white or colorless, septate threads, that branch widely, and extend over the leaf in every Cited by: 4.
Tehon: Parasitic Fungi of Illinois pl figure 5, which contain eight 2-celled spores. The septum in the spore is placed somewhat nearer one end, thus giving to the spore the aspect commonly expected from species of Mycosphaerella.
The "fly specks" appear to be derived directly from ger-minating ascospores, as shown in pl figure 6. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burrill, Thomas J. (Thomas Jonathan), Parasitic fungi of Illinois. [Peoria, Ill.], [J.W. Franks & Sons. Buy Parasitic fungi of Illinois / by T.J.
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Part I. By T.J. Burrill. Download PDF (7 MB) Abstract. Most of the plants herein described were collected in Illinois during and by Mr.
Seymour, who was employed for the purpose by the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History. Topics: parasitic fungi, Illinois parasitic fungi, Author: T.J. Burrill. Parasitic fungi of Illinois / by T.J.
Burrill: : Earle, F S.Burrill, Thomas J. Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda. Parasitic Fungi of Illinois / By T.J. Burrill by Burrill Thomas J, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In this further instalment of this series [R.A.M., xii, p.
] the author discusses 14 species of apparently plant-parasitic fungi from Illinois, including one new genus and twelve new species, Latin diagnoses of which are appended.
The following may be mentioned. Myco-sphaerella holci n. occurs on living leaves of broom corn (Holcus sorghum var. technicus), with innate perithecia, 60 to Cited by: The present paper is the second of a series of notes on the parasitic fungi recorded in Illinois [see Mycologia, xvi, 4, pp.] and includes the following new species of phytopathological interest.
Phacidium negundinis forms extensive cankers on small twigs of Acer negundo; Phyllostieta ullii forms large, white spots, thickly dotted with black pycnidia, on onion leaves; Phomopsis Cited by: COVID Resources.
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Parasitic fungi text by Klaus Høiland, adapted september Parasitic and pathogenic fungi obtain their nutrition from other living organisms, and have a negative effect upon the individuals – hosts – they are parasites g: Illinois. Free 2-day shipping.
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