Plant Systematics and Evolution

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Die Bedeutung der Proterosporen: Schlußfolgerungen aus Untersuchungen anGanoderma (Basidiomycetes)

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The significance of proterospores: Conclusions from studies ofGanoderma (Basidiomycetes)

Abstract

Proterospores are formed exclusively at the beginning of the sporulation period and independently of abiotic factors. They differ both morphologically and physiologically from other spores developed later by the same fruit-body. As seen inGanoderma, proterospores germinate readily, whereas other spores must first pass through a fly larva gut. These proterospores are therefore well adapted to dispersal by air, the other spores, however, to dispersal by animals. In this respect, ontogenesis appears to recapitulate phylogeny. A comparative study of proterospores should further clarify systematic relationships within the fungi.

Key words

Basidiomycetes Aphyllophorales Ganodermataceae Ganoderma lucidum G. atkinsonii G. philippii Proterospores spores germination dispersal by air dispersal by animals biogenetic law morphology phylogeny systematics 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • I. Nuss
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für BotanikUniversität RegensburgRegensburgBundesrepublik Deutschland

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