• C V Subramanian

      Articles written in Proceedings – Plant Sciences

    • Putagraivam, a new genus of the hyphomycetes

      C V Subramanian D Jayarama Bhat

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      A synnematous hyphomycetePutagraivam sundaram gen. et sp. nov. collected on dead twigs ofMacaranga indica Wight from India is described and illustrated. It is the conidial state of a hypocreaceous fungus.

    • Thaxteriellopsis lingicola and itsMoorella anamorph

      C V Subramanian G Sekar

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      AMoorella anamorph referable toM. speciosa Rao and Rao, is described forThaxteriellopsis lignicola Sivanesan, Panwar and Kaur. The connection is established from a study of single ascospore cultures of the fungus established for several (6) South Indian collections. Both the teleomorph and anamorph are described and brief notes are given of characteristics of this fungus in culture.

    • Dwiroopa, a new genus of the Coelomycetes

      C V Subramanian J Muthumary

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      Dwiroopa, anamorph gen. nov. andDwiroopa ramya anamorph sp. nov. are proposed to accommodate a eustromatic fungus collected on dead twigs from forests of Western Ghats in Agumbe, Karnataka State. The fungus produces stromata within which two types, the α- and β-conidia are produced. Both are solitary, one-celled, gangliar and brown coloured but the α-conidia are clearly larger, darker and have very characteristic striations on the surface, absent in the β-conidia. In addition, small, one-celled, allantoid, phialoconidia may be produced in some of the conidiomata. The present fungus is compared with the closely allied Coelomycete genusHarknessia Cooke.

    • Dwiroopella, a new genus of the Coelomycetes

      C V Subramanian J Muthumary

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      Dwiroopella, gen. nov. typified byDwiroopella sundara sp. nov. is proposed to accommodate a Coelomycete collected from Karnataka. This is an interesting fungus in which the conidioma is eustromatic, solitary, ostiolate, rostrate, clypeate, partly immersed in the substrate and partly erumpent. Each conidioma produces within it two types of conidium, phialoconidia from simple phialides which proliferate percurrently and gangliar conidia from annellated conidiogenous cells. Both types of conidia are brown and typically two-celled, the phialoconidia may become 3–4-celled.

    • Foreword

      C V Subramanian

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    • The progress and status of mycology in India

      C V Subramanian

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      A brief survey of the development of mycology in India is given with a view to giving a general picture of its present status. The importance of further exploration of the Indian mycoflora is stressed: this is supported by a summation of the results of exploration of micro-fungi in the western ghats in India, with special reference to the Hyphomycetes and some groups in the Ascomycotina. The areas and lines on which future work should concentrate and the need for the establishment of a Culture Collection and Identification Centre for Fungi are highlighted.

    • A new species ofSpegazzinia from Western Australia

      C V Subramanian

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      Hyphomycete collected onXanthorrhoea preissii Endl. (Xanthorrhoeaceae) in western Australia is described as a new species ofSpegazzinia Sacc.,Spegazzinia xanthorrhoeae.

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