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rust fungi of New Zealand

G. H. Cunningham

rust fungi of New Zealand

together with the biology, cytology and therapeutics of the uredinales.

by G. H. Cunningham

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Published by J. McIndoe in Dunedin, N. Z .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rust fungi -- New Zealand.,
  • Fungi -- New Zealand.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy G. H. Cunningham.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 261 p. incl. front.,
    Number of Pages261
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17638592M

      Rust, plant disease caused by more than 7, species of fungi of the phylum Basidiomycota. Rust affects many economically important plant species and commonly reduces plant growth and productivity. Learn about types of rust and control measures in this g: New Zealand.   Buy British Rust Fungi Reissue by Wilson, Malcolm (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1).

    Uromycladium tepperianum is a rust fungus that infects over species of Acacia and related genera including Paraserianthes in Australia, south-east Asia, the south Pacific and New Zealand. The acacia gall rust fungus species Uromycladium tepperianum Family: Pileolariaceae.   Ultrastructure of Rust Fungi provides a comprehensive review of rust ultrastructure and host-parasite relations. This book also critically analyzes the studies that have been done in this field. Organized into seven chapters, this book begins with the morphology and ontogeny of sori and Edition: 1.

    The Rust Fungi of Australia: specimens in the New Zealand national collections, along with images for some) Books Various Fungi. Dictionary of the Fungi (most recent = 10 th Ed.) Kirk, Cannon, Minter, Stalpers CABI (IMI, Kew, England) Cole, G.T. and Kendrick, B. Biology of Conidial Fungi. Academic Press New Size: 6MB. Rust fungi are highly specialized plant pathogens with several unique features. Taken as a group, rust fungi are diverse and affect many kinds of plants. However, each species has a very narrow range of hosts and cannot be transmitted to non-host plants. In addition, most rust fungi Class: Pucciniomycetes.


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Rust fungi of New Zealand by G. H. Cunningham Download PDF EPUB FB2

transactions-and-proceedings-royal-society-new-zealand Identifier-ark ark://t3d01vs3t Journaltitle Transactions And Proceedings of The Royal Society of New Zealand Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) Pages Pages 4 Ppi Year   All species recorded from New Zealand are listed, together with details on their host plants, a reference to the first New Zealand record of each unique rust/host combination, and a separate alphabetical list of host plants and the rust fungi which parasitise them.

New Zealand has a depauperate rust flora consisting of recorded species, of which 54% are by: New Zealand are listed, together with details on their host plants, a reference to the first New Zealand record of each unique rust/host combination, and a separate alphabetical list of host plants and the rust fungi which parasitise them.

New Zealand has a depauperate rust flora consisting of recorded species, of which 54% are native. Book: The rust fungi of Hew Zealand together with the biology, cytology and therapeutics of the Uredi-nales.

+ pp. Abstract: This very useful and handy volume is the outcome of many years' continuous rust fungi of New Zealand book of the rust fungi [ R.A.M., x, p. ].Cited by: 9. see more details, a reference to the first New Zealand record of each unique rust/host combination, and a separate alphabetical list of host plants and the rust fungi which parasitise them.

New Zealand has a depauperate rust flora consisting of recorded species, of which 54% are by: The intriguing and convoluted life of a heteroecious rust fungus in New Zealand. Molecular phylogenetic analyses of New Zealand rust fungi suggested that four taxa, Aecidium otagense on Clematis spp., Puccinia tiritea on Muehlenbeckia spp., Puccinia rhei-undulati sensu auct.

NZ, non (Dietel) Hirats. Rust fungus (6th of 6) Rust fungi are parasites of plants. Some of the disease symptoms they produce resemble rust particles on iron.

These leaves of the native biddybid (Acaena caesiiglauca) have been infected by the rust fungus Phragmidium subsimile, which produces yellow–orange and black overwintering spore pustules. All species recorded from New Zealand are listed, together with details on their host plants, a reference to the first New Zealand record of each unique rust/host combination, and a separate alphabetical list of host plants and the rust fungi which parasitise them.

New Zealand has a depauperate rust flora consisting of recorded species, of. Rust fungi (Pucciniales) are the most speciose and the most complex group of plant pathogens. Historically, rust taxonomy was largely influenced by host and phenotypic characters, which are potentially plastic.

Get this from a library. The rust fungi of New Zealand: together with the biology, cytology and therapeutics of the Uredinales. [G H Cunningham]. McKenzie Rust fungi in the subantarctic islands of New Zealand J.D.

Hooker during Ross’s Antarctic Expedition. This rust, collected on Campbell Island in Decemberwas described from leaves of Luzula crinita by Berkeley ().Cited by: 2.

Fungi in New Zealand Volume 6 This volume treats the majority of New Zealand’s agaric genera with a brown to rust brown spore print that have traditionally been placed in the families Crepidotaceae, Cortinariaceae and Galeropsidaceae. In the past, smut fungi were the cause of serious plant diseases especially, in New Zealand, on cereal crops (e.g., bunt or covered smuts), while onion smut was an important disease of onions grown in Marshlands, near Christchurch.

Today, modern fungicides and seed treatment generally provide adequate control. Rust. Caused by pathogenic fungi of the order of Pucciniales. Creates postules or markings on the leaves that often look like iron oxide (rust) and often causes leaves to twist or distort.

A wide variety of garden plants are affected by rust. The disease is unsightly, and can affect the vigour and yield of g: New Zealand. Twenty-four species of rust fungi known from Auckland Islands and Campbell Island are listed, together with details of their host plants.

Several species are recorded for the first time in these subantarctic islands. Four species are newly described and illustrated, viz., Milesia polystichi-vestiti on Polystichum vestitum (Dryopteridaceae), Petersonia dracophylli on Dracophyllum longifolium Cited by: 2.

About this book. Language: English with bilingual abstract in English and Maori. This volume, which is simultaneously volume 16 of the CBS Biodiversity Series, treats the majority of New Zealand’s agaric genera with a brown to rust brown spore print that have traditionally been placed in the families Crepidotaceae, Cortinariaceae and Galeropsidaceae.

The Rust Fungi of New Zealand together with The Biology, Cytology and Therapeutics of the Uredinales. Cunningham, G.H. Published by John McIndoe, Dunedin, New Zealand (). This new addition to New Holland's very popular pocket Photographic Guide series introduces readers to New Zealand's mushrooms and fungi, which number up to s species and include extraordinarily diverse types, from the familiar 'mushroom' to brackets, coral and cup fungi /5.

Many are from the Auckland region of New Zealand although not limited only to this region. This site is not intended as an identification guide though its used for this but rather it's purpose is to show you the beauty and diversity in form and size of New Zealand's fungi. Rust fungi in the subantarctic islands of New Zealand Article in Mycoscience 49(1) February with 6 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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