Hosagoudar, V.B.; Prabha, A. Chandra & Agarwal, D.K.
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Book ID : 40734
ISBN-10 : 81-85211-89-2 / 8185211892
ISBN-13 : 978-81-85211-89-3 / 9788185211893
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Edition : (First Edition)
Language : English
270p., Plts., Col. Maps, 25 cm.
CONTENTS:- 1. Introduction 2. literature Review 3. Study Area 4. Methodology 5. The Order Asterinales 6. Key to the Families of the order Asterinales 7. The Family Asterinaceae 8. Key to the genera of the family Asterinaceae 9. Key to the Species of Asterinaceae 10. Taxonomic Description 11. I. The genus Asterina 12. II. The genus Asterolibertia 13. Ill. The genus Ishwaramyces 14. IV. The genus Meliolaster 15. V. he genus Priliieuxina 16. Vl. The genus Symphaster 17. VIl. The genus Trichasterina 18. Vlil. The genus Vishnumyces 19. The Family Lembosiaceae 20. Key to the genera of the Lembosiaceae 21. Key to the species of Lembosiaceae 22. IX. The genus Cirsosia 23. X. The genus Echidnodeiia 24. Xl. The genus Echidnodes 25. Xll. The genus Eupelte 26. Xlll. The genus Lerrbos;a 27. XIV. The genus Maheshwaramyces 28. Key to the anamorphiC genera 29. Key to the anamorphic species 30. XV. The genus Asterostomella 31. XVl. The genus Bramhamyces 32. XVH. The genus Mahanteshamyces 33. Discussion 34. References 35. Host-Fungus
The authors of the book Asterinales of Kerala have been engaged in the study of Meliolales since the last three decades and this is the result of their stupendous effort. The book gives a brief introduction followed by the characters of the order Meliolales, key to the families and genera. Key to all the species are dealt and placed under their respective alphabetically arranged host families and the fungal genera, synoptic characters of an individual taxon by denoting the name of the spsecies or infra specific taxa. In the descriptive part, the genus with its synonyms, if any, generic description and its type species, schematic representation of the genus in the form of line drawings, followed by its corresponding species is given. The description of each species is nothing but a prologue, carefully re-written in accordance with the Hansford’s Monograph. Nomenclature is updated, wherever needed. At the end of the description of each taxa, material denotes its type and name of the herbarium. Nomenclature of taxa are dealth, relevant references are mentioned and the host index is provided for easy search.