Problems in the Systematics of Pezizales

  • J. van Brummelen
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Summary

The most important recent views concerning the relationships between families and genera within the Pezizales are summarized. Attention is also paid to the delimitation of this order from the Tuberales and the Plectomycetes. Many ideas of the great pioneers of the systematics of discomycetes at the turn of the last century are still of importance in present classifications. Many macroscopic and microscopic morphological characters they used proved to be very practical for identification, though some of them appear to be of value only at a low taxonomic level. In recent years characters obtained from cytology, histochemistry, ultrastructure, possible anamorph connections, and molecular structure of proteins and DNA became available for classification. The correct evaluation of these new characters is one of the main problems of the present systematics of the Pezizales.

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Canadian Journal Secondary Wall Taxonomic Revision Primary Wall Ultrastructural Observation 
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  • J. van Brummelen
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  1. 1.Rijksherbarium/Hortus BotanicusLeidenThe Netherlands

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