3 edition of Synopsis of the fructification of the compound Sphæriæ of the Hookerian herbarium found in the catalog.
Synopsis of the fructification of the compound Sphæriæ of the Hookerian herbarium
|Statement||by Frederick Currey ; read March 4, 1858.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QK601 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 257-287,  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||287|
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Currey F. - Synopsis of the fructification of the. compound Sphæriæ of the Hookerian Herbarium. 3 part. London Notes on British Fungi. London Desmazieres J. B. H. J. - Notice sur les Lycoperdon. et Carpobolus. Lille » Observations cryptogamiques. Lille » Description de plusieurs especes nouvelles de. Other articles where Fructofuranose is discussed: heterocyclic compound: Five-membered rings with one heteroatom: a cyclized isomer (called a fructofuranose).
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XX.–Synopsis of the Fructification of the Compound Sphæriæ of the Hookerian Herbarium. Article in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 22(3) - July with 12 ReadsAuthor: Frederick Currey.
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[Frederick Currey]. Works  "Synopsis of the Fructification of the Compound Sphæriæ of the Hookerian Herbarium" in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, vol issue 3, pages – (); Works about Currey  "Currey, Frederick," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.
The first book of mycology: Theatrum Fungorum by Franciscus van Sterbeeck () Currey F. Synopsis of the fructification of the compound Sphaeriae of the Hookerian Herbarium. Trans Linn Soc Lond. ; – Cited by: Synopsis of the fructification of the compound Sphaeriae of the Hookerian herbarium.
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— Synopsis of the fructification Of the compound Sphaeriae of the Hookerian Herbarium. — Trans. Linn. –Synopsis of the Fructification of the Simple Sphæriæof the Hookerian Herbarium. Vol Page On the Anatomical Characters of a remarkable form of Compound Tunicata. Vol Page If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information.
Abstract. Discella salicis (Westend.) Boerema is a new combination proposed for the connidial state ofCryptodiaporthe salicella (Fr.) Petr. (branch canker of willow) to replace the misapplied nameDiscella carbonacea (Fr. ex Fr.) Berk. & Br. The new combinationMycosphaerella pyri (Auersw.) Boerema is proposed for the perfect state ofSeptoria pyricola (Desm.).) D.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. “criterion” of purity of a compound (comparison with values from the literature). Some experimental results obtained by the students in the laboratory are presented in Table Table SM Typical experimental results obtained in the Laboratory Compound Recuperation (%) Melting point (°C) p-toluidine 40 - 48 40 - fructification the species would belong rather to Hypocrea.
It grew among needles of Pinus sylvestris. WINTERI3 records C. alutacea QUE'LET from the Jura mountains and says the spores are needle-like, with many segments, and ,u long.
Evidently this is not QUELET'S species. CURREYI4 says it is a Cordyceps with the fructi-fication of Hypocrea. Currey, F. On the fructification of certain sphaeriaceous 3 plates. (London) I $4. Currey F. Synopsis of the fructification of the compound and simple Sphaeriae of the Hookerian Herbarium.
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No difference was observed between the spectrum of LG and PMLG. The same as that of genistein, characteristic absorption peaks were observed at and nm in these two samples.
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