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Ganodermataceae in China

Chi-ting Chao

Ganodermataceae in China

by Chi-ting Chao

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Published by J. Cramer in Berlin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Ganodermataceae -- China.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-172) and index.

      Statementby Zhao Ji-Ding.
      SeriesBibliotheca Mycologica ;, Bd. 132
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK629.G18 C48 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination176 p. :
      Number of Pages176
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1298096M
      LC Control Number92162269

      The midge Agathomyia wankowiczii lays its eggs on the fruiting body of the fungus, forming galls. Female forked fungus beetles, Bolitotherus cornutus lay their eggs on the surface of the fruiting bodies and the larvae live inside of the fruiting bodies of Ganoderma applanatum and a few other bracket fungi. Meanwhile, the fly Hirtodrosophila mycetophaga courts and mates entirely on the. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data.

      Ganoderma has been used in China for over 4, years. It is the primary shen tonic in Chinese herbalism. In a broad sense, it is used to help a person adapt both physically and mentally to the world. It is used to strengthen and calm the nerves, improve memory, and prevent or delay senility. The objective of this paper is to review the natural products and the pharmacological functions of Ganodermataceae family. Presently, studies on the bioactive components of Lingzhi are focused on p.

      Ganoderma, a genus of more than species of wood-decaying fungi in the family Ganodermataceae (order Polyporales). Ganoderma are widely distributed, shelflike or knoblike fungi that feed either as saprobes on dead wood or as parasites on the live wood of hardwood trees, conifers, or palms. Ganoderma is a cosmopolitan white rot fungal genus, famous for its medicinal properties. In the present study, two new Ganoderma species were collected from south-eastern China and described on the basis of morphological characters and phylogenetic analyses of sequences of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region, the translation elongation factor 1-α gene (EF1-α) and the second subunit.


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Ganodermataceae in China by Chi-ting Chao Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chao, Chi-ting. Ganodermataceae in China. Berlin: J. Cramer, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. In China, G. lucidumis called lingzhi, whereas in Japan the name for the Ganodermataceae family is reishi or mannentake.

In Chinese, the name lingzhi represents a combination of spiritual potency and essence of immortality, and is regarded as the “herb of spiritual potency,” symbolizing success, well-being, divine power, and longevity.

Five species of the genus Horniolus Weise, from China are revised, including the description of a new species, Horniolus hainanensis Chen & Ren, sp. Horniolus sonduongensis Hoàng, is. Ganodermais called “Ling Zhi”, Chi–zhi” or “Rui–zhi” in China; “Reishi”, “Munnertake” or “Sachitake” in Japan and “Youngzhi” in Korea (Wagner et al.

Traditional Chinese books classified Ganoderma into six species with reference to the colour of the basidiomes: Sekishi (red), Shishi(violaceous),Kokushi(black).

The cultivated Ganoderma species complex in China includes G. lucidum, G. tsugae, G. japonicum, G. sinenes, G. tenus, Ganodermataceae in China book. atrum, G. spp. and several other groups that are only found in the tropical areas.

Among the genus of Ganoderma, more than ten species are used in production, but only two species can be used for production of drug or. Ganoderma sichuanense (Ganodermataceae) is a medicinal mushroom originally described from China and previously confused with G.

lucidum. It has Ganodermataceae in China book widely used as traditional medicine in Asia. Ling-zhi of China (Zhao et al. )andNew Ling-zhi of China(Zhao),GanodermataceaeDonkwasrecog-nized after a systematic morphological study.

Subsequently, Chinese species of Ganodermoideae and Ganodermataceae were reported in series papers from to by Zhao and his colleagues (Zhao et al.

,; Zhao &. Konigstein: Koeltz Botanical Books; Jul ; Shenzhen, China. Wu XL, Song B, Zhao YX, Wen TC, Huang SZ, Lin M. Study on medicinal Ganoderma in China and discussion about name use of Ganoderma spp. Guizhou Sci. ;31(1) (in Chinese). Colored Illustration of Higher Fungi from Guizhou in China, This book records 9 species in 4 families of ascomycetes and species in 31 families of basidiomycete.

At the same time, it describes respectively morphological characteristics, taxonomic status,All books from China,especially scientific and academic books,export Chinese and English version books to libraries and book stores over.

This is the first paper on systematic research into Ganoderma genus in the Republic of Macedonia. Of the total number of 7 species of this genus known in Europe, within the researches in the Republic of Macedonia, the following 6 species have been. In China, G. lucidum is called lingzhi, whereas in Japan the name for the Ganodermataceae family is reishi or mannentake.

In Chinese, the name lingzhi represents a combination of spiritual potency and essence of immortality, and is regarded as the “herb of spiritual potency,” symbolizing success, well-being, divine power, and longevity. Ganoderma lingzhi, a recently proposed new species name for Ling-zhi widely cultivated in China, is determined as a later synonym of G.

sichuanense. The holotype of Ganoderma sichuanense (HMAS. MADE IN TAIWAN (NOT CHINA) Repeatedly named a top 3 most trusted and recognized brand by Business Today Taiwan, Chang Gung Biotechnology Corp's has over 90 health centers throughout Asia and is a pioneer in nano-science, organic farming, environmental cleanliness and RO water purification.

State of the art research centers in the US, Canada Reviews: Ganoderma lucidum, an oriental fungus (Figure ), has a long history of use for promoting health and longevity in China, Japan, and other Asian countries.

Cao et al. () obtained the ITS sequence from the holotype of G. sichuanense and found that it was different from the most widely cultivated Ganoderma species, Ling-Zhi, in China.

The latter was described as a new species G. lingzhi by Cao et al. History of Ganoderma taxonomy Traditional Chinese books classified Ganoderma into six species with reference to the colour of the fruit body: Sekishi is red, Shishi violet – like, Kokushi black, Oushi yellow, Hakushi white and Seishi blue and assigned based on different triterpenoid patterns (Szedlay ).

Ganodermataceae contains five genera: Ganoderma P. KarstAmauroderma Murril. Ganoderma is a genus of fungi that are renowned for their medicinal and pharmacological properties. In China, Japan and other Asian countries, Ganoderma mushrooms have been recognized as medically relevant for over years.

The fruiting bodies of Ganoderma have a fan-like appearance and grow on the trunks of dead or living trees. A species of Ganoderma, which could not be identified with any known species, was found in the Lobe oil palm plantations of PAMOL limited Cameroon during a survey of basal stem rot disease of oil palm in the South West Region of Cameroon.

It has a septatipelis pileipellis (presence of septa at the top, middle and bottom parts of the pileipellis) which distinguishes it morphologically from. the authors summarize the knowledge about the family Ganodermataceae in the French West Indies (F.W.I.), after an exhaustive analysis of available literature and after their personal collections.

Abstract. Species of Ganoderma (Ling-zhi) have been widely researched and cultivated due to their highly prized medicinal value, which is famous as a traditional Chinese medicine.

The aims of this chapter are to (1) review the historical taxonomy of the family Ganodermataceae, (2) provide an account of the genera and species of Ganoderma together with the distributions and habitats, (3. The Ganodermataceae are a family of fungi in the order of AprilIndex Fungorum accepts 8 genera and species in the family.

The family was circumscribed by Dutch mycologist Marinus Anton Donk in to contain polypores with a double spore wall. The inner wall is verruculose (with moderate-sized growths) to ornamented, thickened and usually coloured, while the outer.

Ganodermataceae is a remarkable group of polypore fungi, mainly characterized by particular doublewalled basidiospores with a coloured endosporium ornamented with columns or. the authors summarize the knowledge about the family Ganodermataceae in the French West Indies (F.W.I.), after an exhaustive analysis of available literature and after their personal collections, gathered during seven field-trips in Guadeloupe and Martinique (–).

Sixty-four collections were examined, along with several types of species described from The Neotropics .