Mycologia, Volume 2

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New York Botanical Garden., 1910 - Electronic journals

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Page 250 - Women hereby announces the offer of a third prize of one thousand dollars for the best thesis written by a woman, on a scientific subject, embodying new observations and new conclusions based on an independent laboratory research in biological, chemical or physical science.
Page 256 - ... but it should be possible with the aid of colored figures to describe a few striking kinds in such a way that no serious mistakes will be made. If one knows the kinds that are perfectly harmless and as many as possible of the harmful kinds, he should be reasonably safe in collecting fungi for food. As the use of mushrooms in this country for food becomes more general, the practical importance of this subject will be vastly increast, and it may be possible to discover perfect antidotes or methods...
Page 57 - Fawn-coloured ; perithecia free, tomentose, with a naked ostiolum seated on a pale crust, here and there elevated, which is thin towards the margin. A very curious species.
Page 165 - The hyphae, which make up the body of the stroma, are light brown, very tortuous, and but slightly branched. Those in the body of the insect are of similar character, but a much darker brown. From the base of the stroma a ground mycelium, or hypothallus, spreads out in all directions on the surface of the leaf, forming a compact membrane near the stroma, but becoming gradually dispersed into separate filaments.
Page 156 - University, has been appointed assistant professor of botany in the University of Cincinnati.
Page 250 - Bulletin from the Laboratories of Natural History of the State University of Iowa.
Page 153 - Genera Lichenum: An Arrangement of the North American Lichens' (1872) ; 'A Catalogue of Plants growing without Cultivation within Thirty Miles of Amherst College' (1875) ; and 'A Synopsis of North American Lichens, Part I> (1882).
Page 46 - Ml stipe central, cylindric, tapering upward, bulbous at times at the base, yellow or yellowish-brown, striate at the apex, variable in size, 4-7 cm. long, 5-15 mm. thick. 44. CERIOMYCES SUBTOMENTOSUS (L.) Murrill Pileus convex to expanded, 4-10 cm. broad; surface dry, tomentose, often rimose-areolate, yellowish-brown, reddishbrown or subolivaceous ; margin entire, often involute when young; context white or yellowish, unchanging, yellow beneath the cuticle, taste mild; tubes adnate or slightly depressed,...
Page 98 - I. oo per volume. To others, $2.00. [Not offered in exchange.] Vol. I. An Annotated Catalogue of the Flora of Montana and the Yellowstone Park, by Per Axel Rydberg. ix +492 pp., with detailed map.
Page 59 - Hypocrea ceramica Ellis & Everh. N. Am. Pyrenom. 85. 1892. Stromata appearing first as a speck of white tomentum, with a brick-red spot appearing in the center, finally becoming fleshy, rather thick and entirely brick-red without, and white within, subpatellate, convex, becoming wrinkled when dry, punctate with the necks of the slightly protruding perithecia finally dusted over with the greenish spores; asci cylindrical, becoming 16-spored by the breaking of each original spore into 2 subglobose...

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