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Flora Fungorum Sinicorum, Volume 56 [Chinese] Helotiaceae Redactor Principalis

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora Fungorum Sinicorum Volume: 56
By: Zhuang Wen-Ying(Author)
231 pages, 129 b/w photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Science Press
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature

This volume contains a comprehensive morphological and systematic classification of the fungus family Helotiaceae, recording 136 species in 34 genera. The book presents an overview of domestic and foreign taxonomic studies of the family and genera. For each species it provides morphological descriptions, illustrations and, where necessary, discussion, as well as identification to the level of subgenus. These are mainly saprophytic fungi feeding on plant residues, humus layers, soils, feces and other substrates in moist forest areas, and a few cause plant diseases. Very few species coexist with higher plants to form mycorrhiza, and some have the ability to decompose lignocellulose.

Summary in Chinese:
本卷对我国子囊菌门真菌中的柔膜菌科进行了全面的形态学和系统分类研究,记录34属136种;对科和属的国内外分类研究概况进行了评述,提供了每个种的形态描述、图示和必要的讨论,以及中国已知种的分属、分种检索表。上述类群主要为潮湿的林区中植物残体、腐殖质层、土壤、粪便等基物上的腐生真菌,少数引起植物病害,极少数种类与高等植物共生形成菌根,部分具有分解木质纤维素的能力。

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora Fungorum Sinicorum Volume: 56
By: Zhuang Wen-Ying(Author)
231 pages, 129 b/w photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Science Press
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