Volume 6 - 2021 - Index

1. Global diversity and distribution of distoseptosporic micromycete Corynespora Güssow (Corynesporascaceae): An updated checklist with current status
Kumar S, Singh R, Kamal
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 1–63

2. Notes on the genus Entoloma s.l. in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula (XI): a new species in subgenus Entoloma
Blanco-Dios JB
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 64–70

3. First record of Eutypella vitis causing branch dieback on new host trees in Canada
Ilyukhin E, Bulgakov T, Markovskaja S
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 71–77

4. Endophytic mycobiota of wild medicinal plants from New Valley Governorate, Egypt and quantitative assessment of their cell wall degrading enzymes
Abdel-Sater MA, Ayat MA Abdel-Latif, Dalia A Abdel-Wahab, Al-Bedak OA
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 78–91

5. New host and geographic records of five pleosporalean hyphomycetes associated with Musa spp. (Banana)
Samarakoon BC, Phookamsak R, Karunarathna SC, Jeewon R, Chomnunti P, Xu JC, Li YJ
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 92–115

6. Aquatic fungal diversity in two freshwater ecosystems of Madhya Pradesh, India
Mehboob A, Ganie AH, Dar AR, Soni KK
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 116–137

7. Endophytic fungal diversity of endemic carnivorous plant Nepenthes khasiana in Meghalaya, India
Naseem F, Kayang H
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 138–150

8. A rare medicinal fungus, Lignosus rhinocerus (Polyporales, Agaricomycetes), new to India
Vinjusha N, Arun Kumar TK
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 151–158

9. A study of commonly occurring fungal diseases on stored tomatoes of Kathmandu Valley
Shakya B, Aryal HP
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 159–167

10. Cyathus striatus: a new record from Arunachal Pradesh and a checklist of Bird’s nest fungi in India
Niranjan M, Singh RK
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 168–174

11. Diversity of Gasteromycetes in Rajasthan, India-I
Chouhan R, Panwar C
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 175–187

12. Endophytic fungi: a source of potential anticancer compounds
Palwe SD, Borde MY, Sonawane HB
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 188–203

13. Lichens of the Sirumalai hills, Eastern Ghats with one genus and six species new to India
Nayaka S, Joseph S, Rajaram SK, Natesan S, Sankar K, David MLR, Upreti DK
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 204–212

14. New records of Graphidaceae (lichenized fungi) from the Western Ghats of Kerala state, India
Biju H, Sabeena A, Nayaka S
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 213–223

15. Polyurethane-degrading fungi from soils contaminated with rocket propellant and their ability to decompose alkyne terminated polybutadiene with urethane
Ren GC, Pang AM, Gao Y, Wu SX, Ge ZQ, Zhang TF, Wanasinghe DN, Khan S, Mortimer PE, Xu JC, Gui H
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 224–239

16. Research on arbuscular mycorrhizae in Cuba: a historical review and future perspectives
Furrazola E, Torres-Arias Y, Ojeda-Quintana L, Fors RO, Rodríguez-Rodríguez R, Ley-Rivas JF, Mena A, González-González S, Berbara RLL, Queiroz MB, Hamel C, Goto BT
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 240–262

17. Contributions to the family Ascobolaceae of India
Yatoo SF, Phate PV, Wani TA
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 263–272

18. Diatrypella macrospora, a new host and geographical record from Forlì-Cesena, Italy
Carpouron JE, Wijesinghe SN, Shang QJ, Perera RH, Camporesi E, Hyde KD
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 273–287

19. Antifungal effects of Ocimum Kilimandscharicum oil on Aspergillus flavus Infecting Maize after Harvest
Kaguchia SM, Birgen JK, Lang’at-Thoruwa C, Akwa TE
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 288–298

20. Cultivation of different strains of Lentinus tigrinus from selected areas of Luzon Island, Philippines
Kalaw SP, De Leon AM, Damaso Jr. EJ, Ramos JC, del Rosario MAG, Abon MD, Undan JR, Dulay RMR, Reyes RG
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 299–306

21. Neofomitella guangxiensis and Sebipora aquosa newly recorded white rot polypores from India
Vinjusha N, Arun Kumar TK
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 307–314

22. Molecular identification and in vitro interaction of molds associated with dry rot of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) collected in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines
Carreon GAD, Gandalera EE, Waing KGD
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 315–326

23. Claroideoglomus etunicatum and Pantoea dispersa significantly enhance growth and nutrition of broom grass
Nikhil Sai N, Ashwin R, Bagyaraj DJ, Venugopala Rao R
. Studies in Fungi 6(1), 327–333

24. Evaluation of angiosuppressive activity of Pleurotus florida on developing chick embryo using chorioallantoic membrane assay
Zacarias RC, Kalaw SP, De Leon AM
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 334–341

25. Additions to the lichen flora of Assam with special reference to Astrothelium alboverrucoides, a new record to India
Daimari R, Islary P, Brahma S, Basumatary S, Goswami JP, Nayaka S, Joseph S
Studies in fungi 6(1), 342‒351

26. Diversity of Gasteromycetes in Rajasthan, India-II
Chouhan R, Panwar C
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 352–364

27. Diversity of wood – decaying fungi in Haikou Forestry Farm, Yunnan Province, P.R. China
He X, Chen JZ, Zhao CL
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 365–377

28. Dominance of monoverticillate penicilli in the cold arid soils of Drass valley, India
Nonzom S, Sumbali G
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 378–390

29. Talaromyces peaticola (Aspergillaceae, Eurotiales), a new species from the Zoige wetlands, China
Tian JQ, Wang YF, Sun JZ
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 391–399

30. Growth promoting effect of microbial inoculants on Acacia nilotica grown under nursery conditions
Dash S, Gupta N
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 400–407

31. Global perspectives on the ecological, cultural and socioeconomic relevance of wild edible fungi
Pérez-Moreno J, Mortimer PE, Xu J, Karunarathna SC, Li H
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 408–424

32. Ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Pinus gerardiana in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, India
Tapwal A, Kapoor KS, Thakur Y, Kumar A
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 425–436

33. Role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in sustainable crop production and forestry in Sri Lanka – A review
Madhushan KWA, Herath BMMD, Karunarathna SC, Yapa PN
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 437–449

34. Generation of myxomycete data from three discrete experiments using moist chamber cultures in a Neotropical forest
Rojas C, Rollins AW, Valverde R
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 450–459

35. Identification and evaluation of enzymatic ability of fungal endophytes from Citrofortunella microcarpa (Bunge) Wijnands
Reyes RDC, Parayao AM, Waing KGD
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 460–468

36. Fungi and insects as models of extraordinary symbiosis
Elkhateeb W, Karunarathna SC, Daba GM

37. Aquatic hyphomycetes in the lateritic cave streams of Southwestern India
Sharathchandra K, Sridhar KR
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 480–487

38. Virulence of Pythium deliense causing soft rot in ginger, a new report from Kerala, India
Vafa AL, Anju JV, Rajan PP
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 488–494

39. The coral mushrooms Ramaria and Clavaria
Elkhateeb W, Elnahas M, Wenhua L, Galappaththi MCA, Daba GM
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 495–506

40. New record of luminescent Mycena chlorophos (Mycenaceae) from Western Ghats of India
Arya CP, Ratheesh S, Pradeep CK
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 507–513

41. A new record of Pluteaceae (Agaricales) from Pakistan
Khan MB, Ishaq M, Fiaz M, Saba M, Wenhua L, Galappaththi MCA, Khalid AN
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 514–518

42. Optimization of Mycelial Culture Conditions and Fructification of Lentinus Species Using Rice Straw and Sawdust Based Substrates
Kalaw SP, Dulay RMR, Damaso EJ, Ramos JC, del Rosario MAG, Abon MD, De Leon AM, Undan JR, Reyes RG
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 519–530

43. Ligninolytic enzymes production by endophytic fungus Diaporthe phaseolorum (Desm.) Sacc. under the influence of different carbon and nitrogen sources
Kumar V, Prasher IB
Studies in Fungi 6(1), 531–542

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