[Mycology] RE: Mycology Digest, Vol 38, Issue 2

Geis, Phil via mycology%40net.bio.net (by geis.pa from pg.com)
Mon Aug 11 12:43:01 EST 2008


I'm not so familiar with its application in current mycological
parlance.
My old (1961) Ainsworth & Bisby's definition - gemma - a chlamydospore -
esp. of a phycomycete.  

Phycomycete now being an obsolete term esp. referred to zygomycotina.

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   1. catenulate conidia conundrum? (J & J)


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Subject: [Mycology] catenulate conidia conundrum?
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Greetings,

I'm hoping you would help me to determine whether the following fungal 
terminology relationship statements are correct:

Gemmae refers to asexual propagules borne both singly and in chains.
Chlamydospore is an old term for a singly borne gemma.
Catenulate conidia is a current term for gemmae borne in chains.
When referring to fungi (rather than liverworts etc), gemmae is a 
synonym of conidia.
In general (plants or fungi), gemmae refer to asexual propagules.

I'm wondering if I've misunderstood, for example if gemmae refer to 
conidial propagules only of a specific group like ascos or suchlike.

Thanks in advance for your help!
cheers,
Juliet




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