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Charles Edward Miller, 1925-1984
(Mycological Society of America, 1985)
A professional lifetime is not fulfilled unless one is privileged to have had an associate from whom one learns the necessity of standards. The colleague who teaches by example, gentle cajoling, or outright insistence never ...
A New Pyrenomycete Associated with Metrosideros collina Subspecies Polymorpha (Myrtaceae)
(Mycological Society of America, 1983)
A new pyrenomycetea ssociated with dying trees of Metrosideros collina (Forst.) Gray subsp. polymorpha (Gaud.) Rock in the drier aspect of the ohia forests of Hawaii is described. Although pathogenicity has not been proven, ...
A Laboratory Miniproject in Plant Disease Diagnosis
(University of California Press, 1986-10)
The Ultrastructure of Meiosis in Woronina pythii (Plasmodiophoromycetes)
(Mycological Society of America, 1984)
During cleavage of cystogenous plasmodia, nuclei of Woronina pythii underwent one meiosis I-like division. The division was centric, closed with polar fenestrations, and characterized by the formation of synaptonemal ...
Differentiation of Endothia gyrosa and Endothia Parasitica by Disc Electrophoresis of Intramycelial Enzymes and Proteins
(Mycological Society of America, 1982)
Mycelial proteins from seven isolates of Endothia gyrosa and five isolates of E. parasitica were extracted from acetone powders, separated on polyacrylamide gels by disc electrophoresis, and then stained for general proteins, ...
Qualitative Determination of Cellulose in the Cell Walls of Verticicladiella procera
(Mycological Society of America, 1986)
The presence of cellulose-containing cell walls has been proposed as a taxonomic character in the genus Ceratocystis Ellis and Halsted (Jewell, 1974; Upadhyay, 1981; De Hoog, 1974; De Hoog and Scheffer, 1984; Benny and ...
On the Conspecificity of Endothia eugeniae and Cryphonectria cubensis
(Mycological Society of America, 1987)
Isolates of Endothia eugeniae, a pathogen of clove (Syzygium aromaticum), and Cryphonectria cubensis, a pathogen of eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.), were examined with chemotaxonomic techniques, including thin-layer chromatography ...