by J. Cramer .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||444|
“Species Concepts in Biology is an efficient and effective book that neatly summarizes several centuries of progress on the species problem. Impressively, it is also a good read.” (Bryan C. Carstens, The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 93 (1), March, )Format: Hardcover. It is therefore an indispensable reference for anyone describing microscopical features of hymenomycetes. The book consists of the following 11 chapters which give a comprehensive detailed presentation of hymenomycete anatomy and cytology: 1. Basic concepts, 2. The hyphae of the hymenomycetes, 3. The Mycelium, 4. Mitospores of the hymenomycetes, by: Species Concepts and Phylogenetic Theory will meet a need among scientists, conservationists, policy-makers, and students of biology for an explicit, critical evaluation of a large and complex literature on species. An important reference for professionals, the book will prove especially useful in classrooms and discussion groups where students may find a concise, lucid entrée to one of the most complex 3/5(4). Buy Species Concept in Hymenomycetes by Clemencon, H. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover.
Dr. Clémençon has edited THE SPECIES CONCEPT IN THE HYMENOMYCETES () and published scores of ground-breaking taxonomic, cytological, and developmental papers. Herbette Symposium on Species Concept in Hymenomycetes THE GENUS PLEUROTUS AS AN AID FOR UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF SPECIES IN BASIDIOfYlYCETES A. Bresinsky, 0. “Species Concepts in Biology is an efficient and effective book that neatly summarizes several centuries of progress on the species problem. Impressively, it is also a good read.” (Bryan C. Carstens, The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 93 (1), March, )Brand: Springer International Publishing. The nominalistic species concept is the concept of Occam and his followers, who believed that nature produces individuals only. Species are man’s own creation and they have no definite existence in nature. These concepts do not have any scientific basis.
We hoped that such a book would also ﬁll a void in the species concept literature. Normally, different species concepts are introduced back to back, and it remains un-. The final chapter, Associations of Hymenomycetes with Other Organisms, is deliberately short and concise, except the discussion of the lichenised Basidiomycetes, since most topics discussed there, e.g. the mycorrhizae and the termites, are treated in other specialised books or are still poorly understood. Key Points. The differences in species concepts between the Bacteria and macro-organisms, the difficulties in growing/characterising in pure culture (a prerequisite to naming new species, vide supra), and extensive horizontal gene transfer blurring the distinction of species makes differentiation difficult. The most commonly accepted definition is the polyphasic species definition, . Abstract Sporophagy, a hitherto unknown type of necrotrophic mycoparasitism in the hymenomycetes, is described. Sporophagous species were chiefly found among wood-decomposing Aphyllophorales. The attacks were not directed against hyphal cells but only against living basidiospores, preferably dark-colored by: