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  1. Subphylum: Agaricomycotina class: Tremellocetes
    • Characteristics:
    • -jelly fungi
    • -cruciately spetate basidia (C)
    • -Microparisites of fungi
    • Genus: Tremella
    • Order: Tremellales
    • Family: Tremellaceae
  2. Subphylum: Agaricomycotina class: Agaricomycetes
    • Genus: Ganoderma
    • Characterisitics:
    • -Flat growth (shelf of Bracket fungus )
    • -Many produce antimicrobial compounds /many used in traditional medicine in Asia
    • -Wood Decomposers
    • -Hard leathery basidiocarps
    • Species: G. Applanatum
    • - root and heart __ of Trees
    • Order: Plyporales
    • Family Polyporaceae
  3. Ganoderma ___ Basidiomycota
    The genus ganoderma contains many tree pahtogens causing root and heart rot. Several of the specimen were found growing from a cut stump of a honey locust here in lubbock. Notice that this speimen has pores instead of gills
  4. Subphylum: Agaricomyctotina class: agaricomycetes
    • Genus: Boletus
    • Characteristics:
    • -pores instead of gills
    • -sponge like pileus
    • -Ectomycorhizal
    • -Parasitic on Trees
    • Some have a bitter taste
    • Species: B edulis- porcini/ common edible mushroom
    • order: boetales
    • Family: boletaceae
  5. Subphylum: Agaricomycotina class: Agaricomycetes
    • Genus: Agaricus
    • Characteristics:
    • -fleshy pileus
    • dark brown spores
    • most have a small annulus
    • Species: a. Bisporus / button mushroom (edible)
    • -A. compestris / field mushroom (edible)
  6. Portabella
    • Shelf life:
    • Serving suggestions:
  7. Subphylum: Agaricomycotina class: Agaricomycaceae
    • Genus: chlorophyllum
    • Characteristics:
    • - parasol shaped pileus
    • - white or green spores
    • - Annulus
    • Species:
    • C. molybdietes
    • -responsible for most poisinings in north america
    • C.chacodes and C. Brunneum
    • -choice edible when cooded
    • -poisionous if eaten raw
    • Order: agaricales
    • Family: Agaricaceae
  8. chlorophytum molybdetes
    • common name: parasol mushroom
    • this species is part of the lepiota family, and has green spores and free gills. Similar to the Amanita mushrooms these are not safe to eat. These poisonous mushroom are found in lubbock and can be found in the grassy area around the fountain in the center of campus during spring and summer. Although cooking removes toxind in this species it is still not safe to eat.
  9. Subphylum: agaricomycotina class: Agaricomycetes
    • Genus: Ammonita
    • Characteristics:
    • -ECM Fungi
    • -fleshy often flat pileus___
    • -white spores
    • -annulus
    • -volva
    • -Amatoxins
    • Species:
    • A. phalloids - death cap
    • -responsible¬† for 50% of mushroom related deaths
    • A. Virosa- destroying angel
    • A.Muscaria- Fly agaric
    • -muscimol ( psychotrophic comound )
    • Order: Agaricales
    • Family: Amanitaceae
  10. Subphylum: Agaricomycotina class: Agaricomycetes
    • Genus: Astraeus
    • Characteristics:
    • -ectomycorrhizal
    • -when dry the inner peridium splits allowing the spores to disperse
    • -When rewetted the outer peridium opens exposing the gleba
    • Species: Astraeus hyprometricus- False earth star
    • -these are common in big bend national park under oaks
    • Order: boletales
    • Family: sclerodermatacea
  11. Astreus hygrometricus
    • Common name: earth star
    • These fungi are commonly found growing near oak trees throughout texas in the fall. Unlike true puffballs which form an ipening for the spores to escape from the outer coverings cracks on thes false puff balls then as the fruit bodies absorb moisture the arms open up exposing the spore packet inside. Raindrops hitting the spore packet cause the spores to puff out.
  12. Subphylum: Agaricomycotina class: Agaricomycetes
    • Genus: Pleurotus
    • Characteristics: -
    • -flat growth (shelf fungus
    • -white pores
    • -gills¬† run down the stipe
    • -wood decomposer
    • Order: Agaricales
    • Family: Tricholomataceae
    • Species:-
    • P. Ostreatus; oyster mushroom
    • -common edible mushroom
  13. Pleurotus Ostreatus
    • common name: oyster mushroom
    • -
  14. Subphylum: Agaricomycotina class: Agaricomycetes
    • Genus: lycoperdon
    • Characteristisc: -
    • -ostiole
    • -Capillitium
    • -most have a ___
    • -grow on de____
    • Species: -
    • Lycoperdon sp.
    • -these have and easily seen capillitium
    • Order: Agaricales
    • Family: lycoperdon
  15. Subphylum: Agarcomycotina class: Agaricomycetes
    • Genus: Hydnum
    • Characteristics:
    • - produces besidia on theeth instead of gills
    • -most are edible
    • -common name sweet tooth
    • Species: hydnum repandum
    • Characteristisc:-
    • the teeth are very fragile
    • Order: chantharellales
    • Family: Hydanaceae
  16. Hydnum species
    • common names: sweet tooth
    • these mushrooms have teeth or spikes instead of gills. ___ spores are produces on basidium contained on the teeth. Many are edible but they are less common than gilled or pored mushrooms
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lab final
2012-06-28 13:27:50
microlab final

micro lab final
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