myxomycete


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myx·o·my·cete

(mik'sō-mī'sēt),
A member of the class Myxomycetes.

myxomycete

(mĭk′sō-mī′sēt)
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Mitchell's (1980) key to corticolous myxomycetes was utilized for identifications.
Microscopic examination of 365 specimens revealed 59 species of myxomycetes (Table 2).
A preliminary list of the Myxomycetes of Eastern Tennessee.
Corticolous Myxomycetes I: Two new species of Didymium.
No new records for Ohio were found in the various Athens County myxomycete studies.
Further study and collection will undoubtedly result in the addition of more species to the Athens County myxomycete biota.
Although the collection and study of myxomycetes in Ohio has been ongoing since 1834 (Lea 1849), the distribution of these organisms is not well known (Keller and Braun 1999).
The list of myxomycetes from Athens County was compiled by consulting historical records provided in Keller and Braun (1999), Master's theses submitted to the Department of Environmental and Plant Biology of Ohio University (Jones 1943; Udall 1951), verified collections made for class projects assigned by the second author from 1976-2000, and current research projects of both authors.