Corticium


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Cappello-Garcia Curtis) Le Gal, 1959 et al., 2013 Phillipsia domingensis Berk., 1981 Cappello-Garcia et al., 2013 Xylariaceae *+Rosellinia corticium (Schwein.) Perez-Silva, Sacc, 1882 1972 *+Xylaria alata F.
Some new species of Corticium," Canadian Journal of Research, vol.
Corticium roseocarneum (Schwein.) Hjortstam [[dagger], [double dagger]] Corticium roseum Pers.
Plubrukarn, "Acetylcholinesterase-inhibiting steroidal alkaloid from the sponge Corticium sp.," Steroids, vol.
4-Acetoxy- Alkaloid Sponge (Corticium sp.) plakinamine B Hymenialdisine Alkaloid Sponge Acanthella aurantiaca and Stylissa massa 11-dehydro Cembranolide Soft coral (S.
This natural product was isolated in 2006 from a marine sponge, Corticium simplex, discovered more than 100 years ago.
Asimismo, un incremento en el superavit de lluvia representado en el diagrama y en la Tabla IIb con el 59,1% del area total de las condiciones de humedad consideradas probablemente incrementaria algunas enfermedades como el mal de hilachas (Corticium koleroga) que se presenta por exceso de humedad.
One increasingly common disease is red thread (corticium disease) especially in mild, damp weather, according to lawn experts TruGreen.
One increasingly common disease, especially in mild, damp weather, is red thread (Corticium disease), according to lawn experts TruGreen.
A NUISANCE: To avoid red thread (Corticium disease), far right, feed your lawn in spring or summer every year.
Corticium, Stereum) de los que no se han estudiado recientemente los tipos y se desconoce la posicion taxonomica actual o posibles sinonimias.
sulphurinus) Ceraceomyces tessulatus (Cooke) Julich = Corticium apiculatum Bres.
One of the most common to look out for is Corticium or ``Red Thread'' fungus.
Biochemical divergence and systematics in sponges of the genera Corticium and Oscarella (Demospongiae: Homoscleromorpha) in the Mediterranean Sea.