, Volume 45, Issue 3–4, pp VII–XV | Cite as

George Willard Martin 1886–1971

  • Paul L. Lentz
  • Chester R. Benjamin

List of Publications

  1. Cook, M. T. &Martin, G. W. (1913) Alternaria rot of apples.Phytopathology 3:72.Google Scholar
  2. Cook, M. T. &Martin, G. W. (1913) The Jonathan spot rot.Phytopathology 3:119–120.Google Scholar
  3. Cook, M. T. &Martin, G. W. (1914) The Jonathan spot rot.Phytopathology 4:102–105.Google Scholar
  4. Martin, G. W. (1914) Report of potato field tests at Elmer.N. J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Report 1913:812–817.Google Scholar
  5. Cook, M. T. &Martin, G. W. (1914) Potato diseases in New Jersey.N. J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 33.Google Scholar
  6. Cook, M. T. &Martin, G. W. (1914) Orchard experiments in 1914.Phytopathology 4:394.Google Scholar
  7. Martin, G. W. (1914) Orchard experiments with Jonathan spot rot in 1914.Phytopathology 4:406.Google Scholar
  8. Cook, M. T. &Martin, G. W. (1915) Jonathan spot rot.N. J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Report 1914:467–476.Google Scholar
  9. Martin, G. W. (1915) Orchard experiments, 1914.N. J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Report 1914:489–499.Google Scholar
  10. Cook, M. T. &Martin, G. W. (1915) Jonathan spot rot.N. J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Report 1914:500–503.Google Scholar
  11. Martin, G. W. (1915) The common diseases of the pear.N. J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 52.Google Scholar
  12. Martin, G. W. (1916) Brown blotch of the pear.Phytopathology 6:111–112.Google Scholar
  13. Martin, G. W. (1918) Brown blotch of the Kieffer pear.Phytopathology 8:234–239.Google Scholar
  14. Martin, G. W. (1920) An early American record of mushroom poisoning.Mycologia 12:53–54.Google Scholar
  15. Martin, G. W. (1922) Rhizophidium polysiphoniae in the United States.Bot. Gaz. 73:236–238.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Martin, G. W. (1922) The food resources of the sea.Sci. Monthly 15(5):455–468.Google Scholar
  17. Martin, G. W. (1925) Some Amanitas from eastern Iowa.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 32:205–213.Google Scholar
  18. Martin, G. W. (1925) Notes on Iowa fungi-1924.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 32:219–223.Google Scholar
  19. Martin, G. W. (1925) Paradichlorobenzene in the herbarium.Bot. Gaz. 79:450.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  20. Martin, G. W. (1925) Morphology of Conidiobolus villosus.Bot. Gaz. 80:311–318.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  21. Martin, G. W. (1926) Notes on Iowa fungi-1925.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 34:139–144.Google Scholar
  22. Martin, G. W. (1927) Notes on Iowa fungi-1926.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 34:145–148.Google Scholar
  23. Martin, G. W. (1927) Two unusual water molds belonging to the family Lagenidiaceae.Mycologia 19:188–190.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  24. Martin, G. W. (1927) Basidia and spores of the Nidulariaceae.Mycologia 19:239–247.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  25. Martin, G. W. (1928) Notes on Iowa fungi-1927.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 35:131–133.Google Scholar
  26. Martin, G. W. &Huber, E. E. (1928) Notes on the Tremellales of Iowa, with keys.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 12:91–104.Google Scholar
  27. Martin, G. W. (1929) Three new dinoflagellates from New Jersey.Bot. Gaz. 87:556–558.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  28. Martin, G. W. (1930) Notes on Iowa fungi-1928.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 36:127–131.Google Scholar
  29. Martin, G. W. (1931) Notes on Iowa fungi, 1929–1930.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 13(5):3–10.Google Scholar
  30. Martin, G. W. (1932) New species of slime molds.Wash. Acad. Sci. J. 22(4):88–92.Google Scholar
  31. Martin, G. W. (1932) On certain species of Heterotextus.Mycologia 24:215–220.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  32. Martin, G. W. (1932) Systematic position of the slime molds and its bearing on the classification of the fungi.Bot. Gaz. 93:421–435.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  33. Martin, G. W. (1932) The genusProtodontia.Mycologia 24:508–511.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  34. Martin, G. W. &Fisher, M. C. (1933) The Genera of the Dacrymycetaceae.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 15(1):8–16.Google Scholar
  35. Gilbert, H. C. &Martin, G. W. (1933) Myxomycetes found on the bark of living trees.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 15:3–8.Google Scholar
  36. Martin, G. W. (1933) Mycological Society of America summer foray.Mycologia 25:550–552.Google Scholar
  37. Macbride, T. H. &Martin, G. W. (1934) The Myxomycetes. The MacMillan Co., N. Y. 339 p.Google Scholar
  38. Martin, G. W. (1934) Three new Heterobasidiomycetes.Mycologia 26:261–265.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  39. Martin, G. W. (1934) The genusStypella.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 16(2):143–150.Google Scholar
  40. Martin, G. W. (1935)Atractobasidium, a new genus of the Tremellaceae.Torrey Bot. Club Bul. 62:339–343.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  41. Martin, G. W. (1936) Collecting fungi in Panama and Colombia. Gamma Alpha Record. Iowa City.Google Scholar
  42. Martin, G. W. (1936)Atractobasidium grandinia (Rick) comb. nov.Mycologia 28:198.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  43. Martin, G. W. (1936) Some Australian Heterobasidiomycetes.Mycologia 28:214–221.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  44. Martin, G. W. (1936) A key to the families of fungi exclusive of the lichens.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 17(3):86–115.Google Scholar
  45. Martin, G. W. (1936) Myxomycetes from Panama.Am. Microsc. Soc. Trans. 55(3):277–280.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  46. Martin, G. W. (1936) The application of the generic name Guepinia.Am. J. Bot. 23:627–629.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  47. Martin, G. W. (1937) Notes on Iowa fungi. VII.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 44:45–53.Google Scholar
  48. Martin, G. W. (1937) A new type of heterobasidiomycete.Wash. Acad. Sci. J. 27(3):112–114.Google Scholar
  49. Martin, G. W. (1937)Bohumil Shimek, 1861–1937.Mycologia 29:364–365.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  50. Martin, G. W. (1937) New or noteworthy fungi from Panama and Colombia. I.Mycologia 29:618–625.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  51. Martin, G. W. (1938). Additional Myxomycetes from Panama.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 17:347–350.Google Scholar
  52. Martin, G. W. (1938) Myxomycetes from Colombia.Am. Microsc. Soc. Trans. 57(2):123–126.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  53. Martin, G. W. (1938)Calvatia bovista (Pers.)Kambly &Lee Mycologia 30:109.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  54. Martin, G. W. (1938) New or noteworthy fungi from Panama and Colombia. II.Mycologia 30:431–441.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  55. Martin, G. W. &Brooks, T. E. (1938) A new myxomycete.Amer. Microsc. Soc. Trans. 57(4):319–321.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  56. Martin, G. W. (1938) The morphology of the basidium.Am. J. Bot. 25:682–685.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  57. Martin, G. W. (1939) Notes on Iowa fungi. VIII.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 46:89–95.Google Scholar
  58. Martin, G. W. (1939) The genus “Lycogalopsis”.De Lilloa, Revist. Bot. Instit. “Miguel Lillo” 4:69–73.Google Scholar
  59. Martin, G. W. (1939) New or noteworthy fungi from Panama and Colombia. III.Mycologia 31:239–249.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  60. Martin, G. W. (1939) New or noteworthy fungi from Panama and Colombia. IV.Mycologia 31:507–518.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  61. Martin, G. W. (1940) Outline of the fungi.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 18(1):3–40.Google Scholar
  62. Martin, G. W. (1940) Some tropical American “Clavarias”.De Lilloa, Revist. Bot. Instit. “Miguel Lillo” 5:191–196.Google Scholar
  63. Martin, G. W. (1940) The Myxomycetes.Bot. Rev. 6(7):356–388.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  64. Martin, G. W. (1940) Spore formation in Matula.Wash. Acad. Sci. J. 30(9):378–382.Google Scholar
  65. Martin, G. W. (1940) Some Heterobasidiomycetes from eastern Canada.Mycologia 32:683–695.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  66. Martin, G. W. (1941) Outline of the fungi.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 18 (Suppl.):1–64.Google Scholar
  67. Martin, G. W. (1941) OnArgynna polyhedron (Schw.)Morgan.Wash. Acad. Sci. J. 31(7):309–311.Google Scholar
  68. Martin, G. W. (1941) New or noteworthy tropical fungi.Lloydia 4:262–269.Google Scholar
  69. Martin, G. W. (1941) Respecting descriptions in Latin.Mycologia 33:667–669.Google Scholar
  70. Martin, G. W. (1942) Notes on Iowa fungi. IX.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 49:145–152.Google Scholar
  71. Martin, G. W. (1942) Clamp-connections in the Tremellales.Mycologia 34:132–138.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  72. Martin, G. W. (1942) New or noteworthy tropical fungi-II.Lloydia 5:158–164.Google Scholar
  73. Martin, G. W. (1942) Taxonomic notes on Myxomycetes.Mycologia 34:696–704.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  74. Martin, G. W. (1943) Notes on Iowa fungi. X.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 50:165–169.Google Scholar
  75. Martin, G. W. (1943) The generic name Auricularia.Am. Midland Nat. 30(1):77–82.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  76. Martin, G. W. (1944) New or noteworthy tropical fungi. III.Lloydia 7:67–80.Google Scholar
  77. Martin, G. W. (1944) The Tremellales of the North Central United States and adjacent Canada.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 18(3):1–88.Google Scholar
  78. Martin, G. W. (1944) The fungus genus Cheiromyces, with description of a new species.Wash. Acad. Sci. J. 34(11):358–360.Google Scholar
  79. Martin, G. W. (1945) The classification of the Tremellales.Mycologia 37:527–542.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  80. Martin, G. W. (1946) The genusAspergillus.Science 103(2665):116–117.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  81. Martin, G. W. (1946) Fertile green shoots of Equisetum arvense.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 53:167–169.Google Scholar
  82. Gray, W. D. &Martin, G. W. (1947) Improvements on the soil burial testing method.Mycologia 39:358–367.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  83. Martin, G. W. (1947) Taxonomic notes on Myxomycetes. II.Mycologia 39:453–462.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  84. Gray, W. D. &Martin, G. W. (1947) The growth of fungi on asphalt treated paperMycologia 39:587–601.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  85. Martin, G. W. (1948) Notes on Iowa fungi. XI.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 55:199–204.Google Scholar
  86. Martin, G. W. (1948) Hemitrichia vs. Hyporhamma.Mycologia 40:125–126.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  87. Martin, G. W. (1948) Additions to Galapagos fungi.Pacific Sci. 2(2):71–77.Google Scholar
  88. Martin, G. W. (1948) New or noteworthy tropical fungi. IV.Lloydia 11:111–122.Google Scholar
  89. Martin, G. W. (1948) Two new species of Physarum.Wash. Acad. Sci. J. 38(7):238–240.Google Scholar
  90. Martin, G. W. (1949) The genusCeracea Cragin.Mycologia 41:77–86.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  91. Martin, G. W. (1949) Fungi: Myxomycetes.North Am. Fl. 1(1):1–190.Google Scholar
  92. Martin, G. W. (1950) Outline of the fungi. 4th Edit. Wm. C. Brown Co., Dubuque. 82 p.Google Scholar
  93. Martin, G. W. (1951) The numbers of fungi.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 58:175–178.Google Scholar
  94. Martin, G. W. (1951) The genusSeismosarca Cooke.Mycologia 43:112–113.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  95. Martin, G. W. (1952) Notes on Iowa fungi. XII.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 59:111–118.Google Scholar
  96. Martin, G. W. (1952) Revision of the North Central Tremellales.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 19(3):1–122.Google Scholar
  97. Martin, G. W. (1952) Femsjonia luteoalba.Mycologia 44:580–582.Google Scholar
  98. Martin, G. W. (1953) A new species of Protodontia from British Columbia.Wash. Acad. Sci. J. 43(1):16–18.Google Scholar
  99. Martin, G. W. (1954) Notes on Iowa fungi. XIII.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 61:138–140.Google Scholar
  100. Martin, G. W. (1954) A new species of Scleroderma from Panama.Mycologia 46:527–529.Google Scholar
  101. Martin, G. W. (1955) On Sphaeroderma episphaeria.Mycologia 7:606–608.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  102. Martin, G. W. (1955) Are fungi plants.Mycologia 47:779–792.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  103. Rogers, D. P. &Martin, G. W. (1955) The genusMylittopsis.Mycologia 47:891–894.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  104. Martin, G. W. (1956)Typhula traillii Berk. &Cooke.Kew Bul. 2:213–215.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  105. Martin, G. W. (1956) OnLentodium squamulosum.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 63:280–286.Google Scholar
  106. Martin, G. W., K. S. Thind &Sohi H. S., (1957) The Myxomycetes of the Mussoorie Hills, IV.Mycologia 49:128–133.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  107. Martin, G. W. (1957) Suggestions for contributors to Mycologia.Mycologia 49:161–163.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  108. Martin, G. W. (1957) The Tulasnelloid fungi and their bearing on basidial terminology.Brittonia 9:25–30.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  109. Martin, G. W. (1957) Concerning the “cellularity” or acellularity of the Protozoa.Science 125(3255):990.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  110. Martin, G. W. (1957) A new species of Licea from Panama.Mycologia 49:439–440.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  111. Martin, G. W. (1958) Mycological taxonomy as related to practical problems in microbiology.Mycologia 50:97–102.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  112. Martin, G. W. et al. (1958) The Machris Brazilian Expedition.Los Angeles Co. Mus. Contr. Sci. 24:1–7.Google Scholar
  113. Rogers, D. P., &Martin, G. W. (1958) OnHydnum chrysorhizum Torrey.Mycologia 50:306–308.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  114. Farr, M. L., &Martin, G. W. (1958) Two new Myxomycetes from Brazil.Broteria 27:153–158. (Reprinted as Univ. Recife Instit. Mycol. Publ. 151.)Google Scholar
  115. Martin, G. W. (1958) The contribution ofde Bary to our knowledge of Myxomycetes.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 65:122–127.Google Scholar
  116. Martin, G. W. (1958) A new species of Dacrymyces from Honduras.Mycologia 50:939–941.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  117. Martin, G. W. (1959) On the genusHobsonia.Brittonia 11(2):98–101 CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  118. Martin, G. W. Thind, K. S. &Rehill, P. S. (1959) The Myxomycetes of the Mussoorie Hills (India). X.Mycologia 51:159–162.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  119. Martin, G. W. (1960) The starting points for fungi.Taxon 9(1):1–3.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  120. Martin, G. W. (1960) The systematic position of the Myxomycetes.Mycologia 52:119–129.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  121. Martin, G. W. (1960) Notes on Iowa fungi. XIV.Iowa Acad. Sci. Proc. 67:139–144.Google Scholar
  122. Martin, G. W. Lodhi, S. A. &Khan, N. A. (1960) Additional Myxomycetes from West Pakistan.Sydowia 14(1–6):281–284.Google Scholar
  123. Martin, G. W. (1961) Taxonomic notes on Myxomycetes, III.Brittonia 13(1):109–113.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  124. Martin, G. W. (1961) The genusSchenella.Mycologia 53:25–30.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  125. Martin, G. W. (1961) Nomenclature of Deuteromycetes.Taxon 10(6):153–154.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  126. Martin, G. W. (1961) Key to the families of fungi. InAinsworth, G. C. Ainsworth &Bisby's Dictionary of the Fungi, pp. 497–517. Commonwealth Mycol. Institute, Kew.Google Scholar
  127. Martin, G. W. (1962) Taxonomic notes on Myxomycetes, IV.Brittonia 14(2):180–185.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  128. Martin, G. W. &McCormick, J. (1962) Myxomycetes from Shades State Park and Pine Hills Natural Area, Indiana.Am. Mus. Novitates 2083:1–12.Google Scholar
  129. Martin, G. W. (1963) A new name in Trichia.Mycologia 55:131.Google Scholar
  130. Martin, G. W. (1966) The genera of Myxomycetes.Univ. Iowa Stud. Nat. Hist. 20(8):1–32.Google Scholar
  131. Martin, G. W. (1967) Lycogala exiguum.Mycologia 59:155–160.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  132. Martin, G. W. &Alexopoulos, C. J. (1969) The Myxomycetes. Univ. Iowa Press, Iowa City.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Paul L. Lentz
  • Chester R. Benjamin
    • 1
  1. 1.U. S. Department of AgricultureNational Fungus Collections, Plant Science Research Division, Agricultural Research ServiceBeltsville

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