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Soc. 54, 147-174. 11. Fergusson, J. D. ( 1973). Chem. Ind. (London) 11, 504-505. 12. Gardner, S. (1973). Fed. Regist. 38, 11080-11081. 22 T. G. PRIDHAM AND C. W. HESSELTINE 13. Gottschalk, R. (1973). Off. Gaz. G. 760. 14. Governmental Patent Agency (Japan). (1969). 2: Judgment of its identity). GPA, Japan. 15. Hayhurst, W. L. (1971). Ind. Property 10, 189-198. 16. Hayhurst, W. L. ( 1973). In “Genetics of Industrial Microorganisms. ” ( Z . Vankk, Z. HoBrBlek, and J. ), pp. 377-396. Publ. House Czech.
W. HESSELTINE AND J. J . ELLIS A second section of one article in the Botanical Code lists the starting dates for the nomenclature of fungi. The starting date for certain fungi belonging in the Basidiomycetes begins with Persoon’s book Synopsis Methodica Fungorum, 1801. The starting date for Myxomycetes and Lichens begins with Linnaeus’ Species Plantarum, 1753, and the date for the remaining fungi begins with Fries’ Systema Mycologicum, 1821. The third starting date is the one particularly important to fermentation researchers because almost all fungi concerned started at that date or later.
Sac. 54, 102-125. 10. Federico, P. J. (1972). J . Pat. Ofl. Soc. 54, 147-174. 11. Fergusson, J. D. ( 1973). Chem. Ind. (London) 11, 504-505. 12. Gardner, S. (1973). Fed. Regist. 38, 11080-11081. 22 T. G. PRIDHAM AND C. W. HESSELTINE 13. Gottschalk, R. (1973). Off. Gaz. G. 760. 14. Governmental Patent Agency (Japan). (1969). 2: Judgment of its identity). GPA, Japan. 15. Hayhurst, W. L. (1971). Ind. Property 10, 189-198. 16. Hayhurst, W. L. ( 1973). In “Genetics of Industrial Microorganisms. ” ( Z .
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