Fungal Families of the World
P. F. Cannon, P. M. Kirk
CABI, Jan 1, 2007 - Science - 456 pages
Fungal Families of the World portrays the immense diversity of the Kingdom Fungi. As well as basic information on all currently recognized families, detailed entries are provided on over 250 key families, describing their morphology, ecology, phylogeny, distribution and economic significance.
536 fungal families included, some published in 2007
New A4 format'
Nearly 900 full color illustrations
Carefully selected references to aid further reading
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ACCEPTED FAMILIES AND FREQUENTLY CITED SYNONYMS
Agaricales Anamorphs apical Asci ascoma Ascomata Ascomycetes Ascomycota Ascomycota Thallus Ascospores Ascospores hyaline ascus aseptate Basidia basidioma Basidiomycota Basidiomycota Basidiomata Basidiospores basidium Bauer Begerow Biblthca Biotrophic blueing in iodine branched brown clade clamp connections clavate coelomycetous conidia conidiogenous cells conidiophores crustose Distribution Ecology Economic Significance ellipsoidal elongate Evol fissitunicate formed fungal fungus gasteroid gelatinous globose Hibbett homobasidiomycetes hymenium hyphae Interascal tissue Larsson layer Lecanorales lichen Lichenized with green Lichenologist Lumbsch molecular data morphological mycelium Mycol Mycologia 96 mycorrhizal Mycoscience Mycotaxon Notes Nova Hedwigia nuclear Oberwinkler ostiole paraphyses parasitic pathogens peridium Phylogenetic Phylogenetic relationships plant poorly known pores pycnidial rDNA sequences References ribosomal DNA sequences Saprobic sheath Significant Genera smooth smut fungi sometimes species spores staining in iodine stipe structure studies Syst taxa Taxonomic Teliospores temperate thallus thallus and ascomata thick-walled thin-walled tropical usually Vánky wall Wedin well-developed Widespread yeasts