, distal https://www.selleckchem.com/products/netarsudil-ar-13324.html ascospore cell 5–10 × 4.3–7.0 μm H. sulphurea (3E) 19′ On basidiomes GSK2118436 ic50 of Eichleriella deglubens; distal ascospore cell 3.7–6.5 × 3.0–5.0 μm H. austriaca (3E) 20 On effused basidiomes of Phellinus spp. H. phellinicola (3E) 20′ On other polypores 21 21 On Fomitopsis pinicola and Piptoporus betulinus; stromata subpulvinate or effuse, (greenish-, brownish-) yellow pigment concentrated around the ostioles; surface velutinous to farinose due to numerous verrucose hairs; ascospore cells monomorphic;
apical ostiolar cells lanceolate H. pulvinata (3E) 21′ On Fomitopsis pinicola; stromata effuse; brownish pigment homogeneously distributed; surface if farinose only due to spore powder; ascospore cells dimorphic; ostiolar cells not lanceolate H. protopulvinata (3E) 22 On forest litter and soil, spreading from stumps, less commonly on attached bark; stromata whitish, yellow or cream to pale ochre; cortical tissue pseudoparenchymatous; distal ascospore cell 3.7–5.8 × 3.5–4.8 μm H. citrina (3E) 22′ On wood and bark, overgrowing various fungi; stromata BI-D1870 price light yellow to light brown, cortical tissue prosenchymatous, distal ascospore cell 3.0–3.7 × 3.0–3.5 μm; in Europe only known from southern France H. decipiens (3E) 23 Stromata effuse to subpulvinate,
to several cm long; surface glabrous; yellow or orange; conidia green, at least in mass 24 23′ Stromata of different shapes, smaller; when effuse then surface hairy; conidia green or hyaline 27 24 Stromata effuse, up to 5 cm long, yellow; cortex of minute thick-walled labyrinthine cells; distal ascospore cell 2.3–4.3 × 2.3–3.2 μm; conidiation effuse, verticillium-like; conidia green on SNA,
at least in mass H. luteffusa (2P) 24′ Cortical cells minute but not labyrinthine; distal ascospore cell larger, 3–6 × 3–5 μm 25 25 Stromata pale yellow when fresh, subeffuse, discoid to pulvinate; conidiation on PDA in well-defined green zones, colony radius 32–34 mm on CMD Paclitaxel research buy at 25°C after 3 days H. rodmanii (4B) 25′ Stromata with brighter colours, effuse to subpulvinate 26 26 Stromata bright yellow to bright orange, usually associated with brown rhizomorphs; growth slow, colony radius 4–6 mm on CMD at 25°C after 3 days; mycelium on CMD forming several concentric zones of equal width H. auranteffusa (4B) 26′ Stromata bright yellow, up to 2 cm diam, reminiscent of H. sulphurea; colony radius 22–28 mm on CMD at 25°C after 3 days; mycelium on CMD forming several concentric zones of unequal width; only known from Kärnten, Austria H. margaretensis (4B) 27 Ascospore cells monomorphic 28 27′ Ascospore cells dimorphic, proximal cell typically narrower than distal cell 30 28 Stromata green to grey, discoid, often undulate; ostioles green in lactic acid; on exposed wood; growing at and above 35°C; anamorph green-conidial H.