Xylariaceae


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Noun1.Xylariaceae - family of fungi characterized by dark brown to black spores
fungus family - includes lichen families
order Sphaeriales, Sphaeriales - large order of ascomycetous fungi usually having a dark hard perithecia with definite ostioles; in more recent classifications often divided among several orders
genus Xylaria, Xylaria - type genus of Xylariaceae; fungi with perithecia in the upper part of erect black woody stromata
genus Rosellinia, Rosellinia - fungi having smooth perithecia with dark one-celled ascospores
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Production of wood-decay enzymes, mass loss and lignin solubilization in wood by tropical Xylariaceae.
Study of endophytic Xylariaceae in Thailand: diversity and taxonomy inferred from rDNA sequence analyses with saprobes forming fruit bodies in the field.
Pyrenomycetes Xylariales Xylariaceae * Daldinia concentrica (Bolton) Ces.
327 Guhl Nannetti Xylariaceae en un Bosque de Niebla del Valle del No.
De las especies de la subdivision Ascomycotina, tres pertenecen a la familia Xylariaceae del orden Xylariales; uno a la Hypocreaceae del orden Hypocreales; dos a la Geoglossaceae del orden Helotiales; uno a la familia Sarcosomataceae, tres a la Pezizaceae, tres a la Helvellaceae y dos a la familia Morchellaceae; estas pertenecientes al orden Pezizales.
Clave dicotomica provisional para los generos de la familia Xylariaceae (Pyrenomycetes, Sphaeriales) de Mexico.
Engleromyces goetzei, a peculiar tropical species that cannot be assigned with certainty to any of the large groups within the Xylariaceae, produced engleromycin [8].
The Xylariaceae are amongst the best investigated filamentous fungi with regards to the production of secondary metabolites.
They are most readily distinguished from members of the Sordariaceae by their ascospores with germ slits and from the Xylariaceae [9] in lacking stromatic tissue.
There were also studies of tropical discomycetes and, indeed, of the xylariaceae of the Congo.
Las familias mejor representadas en este grupo son Polyporaceae con 14 especies, Xylariaceae con ocho, Ganodermataceae con cuatro, y Auriculariaceae y Marasmiaceae con tres.