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  • fungi
  • In this case myxomycetes is really a tug of war between protists and fungi and if these behaviors persist and exist it could even be advisable that it will have its own taxonomic world like lichens. (google.com)
  • Syllabus of Plant Families, Volume 1, Part 1: Blue-Green Algae, Myxomycetes and Myxomycete-Like Organisms, Phytoparasitic Protists, Heterotrophic Heterokontobionta and Fungi p.p. (nhbs.com)
  • Part 1/1 of Engler's Syllabus of Plant Families - Blue-green Algae, Myxomycetes and Myxomycete-like organisms, Phytoparasitic protists, Heterotrophic Hetero -kontobionta and Fungi p.p. provides a thorough treatment of the world-wide morphological and molecular diversity of the Cyanoprokaryota, Acrasia and Eumycetozoa, Phytomyxea, the heterotrophic Heterokontobionta (Labyrinthulomycota, Oomycota), and the lower fungi (Chytridiomycota, Zygomycota and Glomeromycota). (nhbs.com)
  • Besides the utmost important Introductory Mycology, his work in collaboration with Storck regarding Fungi DNA was also extremely important, as one of the pioneers in comparing the proportion of guanine and cytosine content of Fungi DNA for taxonomic purposes Taxonomic studies in the Myxomycetes .5. (wikipedia.org)
  • A. Engler's Syllabus der Pflanzenfamilien Part 1/1: Blue-green Algae, Myxomycetes and Myxomycete-like organisms, Phytoparasitic protists, Heterotrophic Heterokontobionta and Fungi p.p (13th ed. (wikipedia.org)
  • species
  • Order Ceratiomyxales, which belongs to subclass Ceratiomyxomycetidae, includes the exospore bearing Myxomycetes, solely comprising family Ceratiomyxaceae and genus Ceratiomyxa, with four species. (scielo.br)
  • The spores of myxomycetes are for most species apparently wind-dispersed and complete the life cycle by germinating to produce the uninucleate amoeboflagellate cells. (blogspot.com)
  • trees
  • 10/16/2016~~ Generally, there was no presence of myxomycetes (in its fruiting body forms) in several mangrove trees examined. (google.com)
  • structure of its bark and its regular exposure to the saltiness of the brackish water (especially during high tide) may not have allowed the myxomycetes to grow on the trunks of these mangrove trees. (google.com)