Economic Botany: A Textbook of Useful Plants and Plant Products

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SYSTEMATIC LIST OF SPECIES DISCUSSED

THALLOPHYTA

ALGAE
Alaria esculenta (L.) Gilrev. Murlins
Cliondrus crispus (L) Stackh. Irish moss
Eucheuma spinosum (L.) J. Agardh
Gelidemn cartilagineum (L.) Gaill.
Gelideum corneum Lam.
Gracilaria confervoides (L.) Grev.
Gracilaria lichenoides (L.) Harv.
Laminaria digitata Lainour. Kelp
Laminaria saccharina (L.) Lamour. Kelp
Macrocystis pyrifera (L.) C. Agardh
Nereocystis Luetkeana (Mert.) Post & Rupr.
Porphyra laciniata (Lightf.) Ag. Pink laver
Rhodymenia palmata (L.) Grev. Dulse
Ulva lactuca (L.) LeJol. Sea lettuce. Green layer

FUNGI
Agaricus campestris L. Meadow mushroom
Amanita musearia (L.) Pers. ex Fr. Fly agaric
Bacillus brevis Migula
Bacillus polymixa (Prazmowski) Migula
Bacillus subtilis Cohn emend. Prazmowsky
Claviceps purpurea (Fr.) Tul. Ergot
Cortinellus edodes (Berk.) S. Ito & Imai (C. Berkeleyanus S. Ito & Imai.) Shiitake
Morchella esetilenta L. Morel
Penicillium chrysogeullin Thom
Penicillium nolatum Westling
Streptomyces aureofaciens Duggar
Streptomyces Fradiae Waksman & Curtis
Streptomyces griseus (Krainsky) Waksman & Henrici
Streptonlyces rimosus A. C. Finlay et al.
Streptomyces venezuelac Ehrlich, Gottlieb, Burkholder, Anderson & Pridham
Torulopsis utilis (Henneberg) Lodder. Torula yeast
Tuber aestivum Vitt. Truffle
Tuber brumale Gronof. Truffle
Tuber melanosporum Vitt. Truffle

LICHENS
Evernia furfuracea (L.) Ach. Oak moss
Evernia primastri (L.) Ach. Oak moss
Ramelina calicaris Rönl.
Roccella tinctoria D. C. Archil. Cudbear

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