ArticleGerlach, Valerie L.A pure culture of Panellus stypticus was isolated from a mature basidiocarp and studied for its growth and luminescence abilities under various environmental and nutritional conditions. The culture was nonluminous growing submerged in defined liquid m . . .
ArticleNealson, Kenneth H.Two species of bioluminescent fungi, Panellus stypticus and Omphalotus olearius were placed in contact with three different strains of interfungal pathogenic Trichoderma harzianum. Subsequent light emission by the luminous fungi and advance of the int . . .
ArticleBermudes, DavidUtilizing matings of single-spore isolates of collections of Panellus stypticus from far eastern USSR, New Zealand, Japan and eastern North America, the geographic range of interbreeding populations was ascertained to include all these locations. Cult . . .
ThesisSea Urchin Egg Bioluminescence: An Intermediate Event of Fertilization and Its Possible Relationship in MitosisHewes, Christopher D.Purpose of Study: upon fertilization, sea urchin eggs emit a weak light. This thesis was meant to describe this bioluminescence, as well as to investigate what significance it might have during the events of fertilization. Procedure: fertilized eggs w . . .