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Meliolales of India

V. B. Hosagoudar

Meliolales of India

by V. B. Hosagoudar

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Published by Botanical Survey of India in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Meliolales -- India -- Classification,
    • Meliolales -- India -- Identification

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [347]-357) and index.

      StatementV.B. Hosagoudar.
      ContributionsBotanical Survey of India.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK623.M4 H67 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination363 p. :
      Number of Pages363
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL320291M
      LC Control Number97900870

      Bio Bulletin (), Vol. 3(1): , Sabeena, Biju, Thomas, Bijuand Mathew 75 The laboratory research and analysis were carried out with nail polish technique (Hosagoudar and Kapoor, ) for ectophytic fungi to accomplish in situ studies and also with micro sections for innate fungi.   The order Meliolales comprises two families, namely, Armatellaceae and Meliolaceae. Retrieved Jul 6, Dictionary of Economic Plants. Uses and Management Uses and Management Uses. Received Nov 15; Accepted Apr User Group specific search options Title. Caesalpinia sappan Caesalpinia sappan, Biancaea sappan x – 78k – jpg toptropicals.

      The Meliolaceae is the largest family of the order Meliolales, and most species occur on tropical trees. Comprehensive reviews of the Meliolales can be found in Hansford (,) Hansford () Hansford (), Hosagoudar (, a,b, , ) Hansford () Hansford (a) Hansford (b) Hansford () Hansford (), and Hosagoudar et al. () (Figure ). This page was last edited on 4 May , at Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using.

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Genre/Form: Classification Field guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hosagoudar, V. Meliolales of India. Calcutta: Botanical Survey of India. Bulletin Of The Botanical Survey of India Vol 54 By S.K. Singh and D.K. Singh. Price: Rs 1, | $ Published by: Botanical Survey of India.

Linnaean plant names based on India-its land life, languages land life, languages and legends/S.K. Jain and Harsh Singh. 27 A New Black Mildew Fungi (Meliola cyamopsidis sp. nov., Ascomycetes, Meliolales) Meliolales of India book Malabar Wildlife Sanctuary, India Lini K.

Mathew Post Graduate &. Hosagoudar VB, Abraham TK. – Someinteresting meliolaceous fungi from Kerala, India. Journal of mycopathological Resea Hosagoudar VB.

– Meliolales of India. Vol. Botanical Survey of India, Calcutta, pp. Hosagoudar VB, Goos RD. – Meliolaceous fungi from the state of Kerala, India I. Mycota –Author: KM Lini.

Author of Meliolales of India, Asterinales of Kerala, Asterinales of Kerala, Powdery mildews of India PART VII: PROFORMA FOR BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF INVESTIGATORS Name: Dr. V.B. Hosagoudar Designation: Scientist E1 Department/Institute International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun, pp.

Hosagoudar, V. and Agarwal, D.K. Meliolales is the largest order of epifoliar fungi, characterized by branched, dark brown, superficial mycelium with two-celled hyphopodia; superficial, globose to subglobose, dark brown.

A new species of the genus Ectendomeliola (Meliolaceae) from Kerala, India V.B. Hosagoudar 1 & G.R. Archana 2 1,2 Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute, Palode, Thiruvananthapuram, KeralaIndia Email: 1 vbhosag[email protected] The order Meliolales comprises two families: Meliolaceae and Armatellaceae with genera: Amazonia,Cited by: 1.

A Hand Book on the Plant Sources of Indigenous Drugs A concise and in-depth presentation of Ayurvedic drugs, under Sanskrit heading. Description includes common Sanskrit synonyms used in Ayurvedic formulations, updated Botanical nomenclature, Family, Malayalam, English, Hindi. This work, is the continuation of my preceding two works on Meliolales of India, gives an account of fungal species belonging to five genera, Amazonia (3), Appendiculella (1), Asteridiella ( Florence, E.J.M.

Biodiversity Documentation of Kerala part II: Microorganism (Fungi). Kerala Forest Research Institute, Hand Book no, pp. File Size: KB. bulletin of the Botanical Survey of India Vol 52 By S.K.

Singh and D.K. Singh. Price: Rs | $ Published by: Botanical Survey of India. Additions to meliolales of India/V.B. Hosagoudar, Jacob Thomas and D.K. Agarwal. Meliolaceae of Kerala, India - XXXI new species and a new variety V.B. Hosagoudar 1 & G.R. Archana 2 1,2 Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute, Palode, Thiruvananthapuram, KeralaIndia Email: 1 [email protected] Asteridiella ixorae sp.

nov. (Fig. 1) Material examined ix, on leaves of Ixora sp. (Rubiaceae), PalodeCited by: 1. Habit. Trees up to 30 m tall. Trunk & Bark. Bark black, often flaky. Branches and Branchlets. Young branchlets terete, densely covered by long hairs; young trees with verticillate branches.

Meliolales, collected on different host plants from Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra, India. These are, Meliola luzonensis, M. sideroxyli and M. ventilaginicola reported for the first time from India on. one book, Crotalaria in India was published through a private publisher.

The ENVIS Centre in BSI on Floral Diversity published ENVIS Newsletters (Volumes 12 to 16) and three books viz., Bibliography and Abstract of Papers on Flora of West Bengal, Bibliography and Abstract of Papers on Flora of North East India and Bibliography and Abstracts of.

Hosagoudar VB () Meliolales of India. Botanical Survey of India, Calcutta Google Scholar Hosagoudar VB (a) Meliolaceous fungi on economically important plants in India-II: on plants of non-wood forest by: 1.

India is located to the north of an equator, lies between 8º 4' and 37º 6' north latitude and 68º 7' and 97º 25' east latitude, measures kilometers from south to north and km from east to west, the total land area be87, square kilometers.

Hosagoudar VB. Meliolales of India. Botanical Survey of India, 9. Jamaluddin, Goswami MG, Ojha BM. Fungi of India (). Scientific Publishers India, Jodhpur,Mall TP, Singh DP, Kumar A, Sahani S. Foliicolous fungi: earth’s living treasure from north-tarai forests of Postgraduate. This paper gives an account of four new Meliolaceous fungi, namely, Irenopsis trichiliae, Meliola ailanthicola, M.

kamettiae and M. psophocarpi, collected from Wayanad forests of Kerala state are described and illustrated in by: 2.

This work, is the continuation of my preceding two works on Meliolales of India, gives an account o Title: Larval host plants of the butterflies of the Western Ghats, India.

Hosagoudar VB − Meliolales of India. Vol. II. Botanical Survey of India, Calcutta, pp. Hosagoudar VB – The genus Schiffnerula in India. Plant Pathology & Quarantine 1(2), – Hosagoudar VB, Agarwal DK − Taxonomic studies of Meliolales. Identification Manual. International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun, pp.

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The classification of subclass Xylariomycetidae is revisited with additional collections and phylogeny based on novel rDNA sequence data.

Phylogenetic inferences are provided and are based on analysis of sequence data, including new data for 27 strains. An updated outline to the subclass is presented based on the phylogenies and comprises two orders, 18 families and by: