Electronic Publication/s

Paul Blanz

Biodiversity and Ecology of Fungi, Lichens, and Mosses

Biosystematics and Ecology Series
34
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-8219-1 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-8310-5
Subject Area: Biological Sciences
refereed - online - print

Preface page 1
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Foreword page 6
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Contents page 7
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Hannes Hertel
Josef POELT – on his personality and his footprints in the history of lichenology page 1
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Franz Oberwinkler
How to understand cryptogams? The development of research methods and their impact on the knowledge of cryptogams – A tribute to Josef POELT page 101
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Peter Döbbeler
Hypocrealean hyperepiphyllous ascomycetes page 187
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Josef Hafellner
Focus on lichenicolous fungi: Diversity and taxonomy under the principle “one fungus – one name” page 227
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Reinhard Berndt
The Pucciniosiraceae: Taxonomy of a polyphyletic family of the rust fungi (Uredinales) page 245
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Peter Zwetko† - Paul Blanz
Distinctiveness of aecia and aeciospores in rust fungi on conifers page 271
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Paul Blanz - Peter Zwetko†
Remarks on species concepts in European Florae of rust fungi page 289
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Dominik Begerow - Martin Kemler
Phylogeny, biogeography and host specificity of smut fungi page 311
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Chee-Jen Chen
Phylogeny of Tremella and cultiviation of T. fuciformis in Taiwan page 331
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Zhu L. Yang - Qing Cai - Yang Yang Cui
Phylogeny, diversity and morphological evolution of Amanitaceae page 359
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Franz Oberwinkler - Robert Bauer †
Ultrastructure in basidiomycetes – requirement for function page 381
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Dirk Hoffmeister
Fungal natural products – organismal diversity, seen from the (bio)chemical angle page 419
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Ingeborg Haug
Mycorrhizas in the tropical montane forest of South Ecuador page 429
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Roland Kirschner
Fungi on the leaf – a contribution towards a review of phyllosphere microbiology from the mycological perspective page 433
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Ewald Langer
Aphyllophorales: Indicators of nature value and habitat formers page 449
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Gitta Jutta Langer
Current forest pathogenic fungi in Northwest Germany page 459
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Meike Piepenbring - Hermine Lotz-Winter - Tina Antje Hofmann
Incentives and challenges for mycologists in the tropics page 481
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Andreas Bresinsky
Heading towards a survey of fungi in Bavaria – Josef POELT’s contribution to achieving substantial progress page 515
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Martin Grube
The lichen thallus as a microbial habitat page 529
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Rosemarie Honegger
Fossil lichens from the Lower Devonian and their bacterial and fungal epi- and endobionts page 547
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Volkmar Wirth - Ulf Schiefelbein - Birgit Litterski
The lichen flora of Germany - regional differences and biogeographical aspects page 565
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Peter Othmar Bilovitz - Helmut Mayrhofer
Towards a checklist of the lichens of the Alps page 589
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Walter Obermayer
A contribution to the knowledge on the lichenological exploration of the greater Tibetan region with a special focus on the impact of Austrian scientists or explorers page 597
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Pier Luigi Nimis
The “Golden Period” of Italian lichenology and its importance in modern times page 659
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Martin Nebel - Anna K. Beike
How molecular phylogenetics improve our understanding of bryophyte evolution, morphology and ecology – a tribute to the mossy side of Josef POELT page 673
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Index page 697
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