Volume 1 - 2010 - Index

Issue 1

1. Phylogenetic relationships of Astrocystis eleiodoxae sp. nov. (Xylariaceae)
Pinnoi A, Phongpaichit P, Jeewon R, Tang AMC, Hyde KD and Jones EBG
Mycosphere 1, 1–9

2. Fungi in aquatic habitats near St Andrews in Scotland
Pearman JK Taylor JE and Kinghorn JR
Mycosphere 1, 11 – 21

3. Biodiversity of microfungi associated with litter of Pavetta indica
Shanthi S and Vittal BPR
Mycosphere 1, 23–37

4. Phomatospora luteotingens sp. nov., a new aquatic species of Phomatospora from France and Spain
Fournier J and Lechat C
Mycosphere 1, 39 – 43

5. The problems of traditional and phylogenetic taxonomy of fungi
Vasilyeva LN and Stephenson SL
Mycosphere 1, 45 – 51

6. Baipadisphaeria gen. nov., a freshwater ascomycete (Hypocreales, Sordariomycetes) from decaying palm leaves in Thailand.
Pinruan U, Rungjindamai N, Sakayaroj J, Lumyong S, Hyde KD and Jones EBG
Mycosphere 1, 53–63

7. Caliciopsis indica sp. nov. from India.
Pratibha J Amandeep K, Shenoy BD and Bhat DJ
Mycosphere 1, 65–72

8. New records of myxomycetes from high-elevation areas of Mexico and Guatemala
Rojas C, Stephenson SL, Estrada-Torres A, Valverde R and Morales O
Mycosphere 1, 73–82

9. Lyophyllum rosae-mariae sp. nov. (Basidiomycota, Agaricomycetes) from La Palma (Canary Islands, Spain).
Vizzini A and Contu M
Mycosphere 1, 83–86

Issue 2

10. Diurnal fluctuation of spores of freshwater hyphomycetes in two tropical streams
Sridhar KR and Sudheep NM
Mycosphere 1(2), 89–101

11. Occurrence of coprophilous Agaricales in Italy, new records, and comparisons with their European and extraeuropean distribution.
Doveri F
Mycosphere 1(2), 103–140

12. The agaricoid genus Kinia is a new member of the Pluteoid clade subordinate to Melanoleuca
Vizzini A, Consiglio G, Setti L and Murat C
Mycosphere 1(2), 141–145

13. Dictyostelid cellular slime moulds from Africa
Cavender JC, Landolt JC, Ndiritu GG, Stephenson SL
Mycosphere 1(2), 147-152

14. Protein kinase inhibitors and other cytotoxic metabolites from the fungal endophyte Stemphylium botryosum isolated from Chenopodium album
Aly AH, Debbab A, Edrada-Ebel RA, Müller WEG, Kubbutat MHG, Wray V, Ebel R, Proksch P
Mycosphere 1(2), 153-162

15. New species of pyrenomycetes from eastern Russia: Endoxylina rufula (Diatrypaceae)
Vasilyeva LN
Mycosphere 1(2), 163–166

16. The mycorrhizal status of indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi of physic nut Jatropha curcas in Thailand
Charoenpakdee S, Cherdchai P, Dell B, Lumyong S
Mycosphere 1(2), 167–181

17. Two new species of Diatrypaceae from coastal wattle in Coorong National Park, South Australia
Trouillas FP, Sosnowski MR, Gubler WD
Mycosphere 1(2), 183–188

Issue 3

18. A simple method for culture conservation of some commercial mushrooms
Veena SS and Meera Pandey
Mycosphere 1(3), 191–194

19. Compatible arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi of Jatropha curcas and spore multiplication using cereal crops
Charoenpakdee S, Phosri C, Dell B, Choonluechanon S, Lumyong S
Mycosphere 1(3) 195–204

20. Two new species and a new record of cercosporoids from Thailand
Phengsintham P, Chukeatirote E , McKenzie EHC, Moslem MA, Hyde KD, Braun U
Mycosphere 1(3), 205–212

21. New and interesting lichenicolous fungi from Eurasia. II
Zhurbenko MP
Mycosphere 1(3), 213–222

22. A new species of Pyricularia (hyphomycetes) on Cortaderia (Poaceae) in New Zealand
McKenzie EHC, Park D, Bellgard SE, Johnston PR
Mycosphere 1(3),223–228

23. An endophytic Myrothecium inundatum producing volatile organic compounds
Banerjee D, Strobel GA, Booth E, Geary B, Sears J, Spakowicz D, Busse S
Mycosphere 1(3), 229–240

24. Dentiscutata nigerita - a new species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from India
Khade SW
Mycosphere 1(3), 241–247

25. Taxonomy and Diversity of Ganoderma from the Western parts of Maharashtra (India)
Bhosle S, Ranadive K, Bapat G, Garad S, Deshpande G, Vaidya J
Mycosphere 1(3), 249–262

Issue 4

26. Diversity and structure of fungal endophytes in some climbers and grass species of Malnad region, Western Ghats, Southern India
Shankar NB and Shashikala J.
Mycosphere 1(4), 265–274

27. Freshwater Ascomycetes: Hyalorostratum brunneisporum, a new genus and species in the Diaporthales (Sordariomycetidae, Sordariomycetes) from North America
Raja HA, Miller AN, Shearer CA
Mycosphere 1(4), 275–288

28. Powdery mildew on Salvia officinalis in Corrientes, Argentina
Cabrera MG, Vobis G, Álvarez RE
Mycosphere 1(4), 289–291

29. Impact of substrate on protein content and yield of mushrooms and sclerotia of Pleurotus tuberregium in Nigeria
Olufokunbi JO, Chiejina NV
Mycosphere 1(4), 293–300

30. Fungi on the grasses, Thysanolaena latifolia and Saccharum spontaneum, in northern Thailand
Bhilabutra W, McKenzie EHC, Hyde KD, Lumyong S
Mycosphere 1(4), 301–314

31. New species and newly recorded species of Cercospora and allied genera from Indonesia
Nakashima C, Oetari A, Kanti A, Saraswati R, Widyastuti Y, Ando K
Mycosphere 1(4), 315–323

32. Guignardia morindae frog eye leaf spotting disease of Morinda citrifolia (Rubiaceae)
Wulandari NF, To-Anun C, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 1(4), 325–331

33. Dictyostelid cellular slime moulds in agricultural soils
Stephenson SL, Rajguru SN
Mycosphere 1(4), 333–336

34. Reproductive systems in the myxomycetes: a review
Clark J, Haskins EF
Mycosphere 1(4), 337–353.

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Mycosphere publishes reviews, research articles, methodology papers, taxonomic works such as monographs, which are relevant to fungal biology, including lichens. The official journal language is English.

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