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Louise Foucar's 1899 Histology

mages from Louise Foucar's Histology. Page numbers refer to the page the sketch appears in Louise Foucar's Histology. Click any image to retrieve a larger version. Articles from Wikipedia are provided, when available, for more information.


Sketch page 54:Uredincae (?)

erysiphe is a genus of fungi; pyrenomycetes are also known as sordariomycetes for their nature of appearing after a fire passes through the forest
Sketch page 54: Erysiphe communix - erysiphe is a genus of fungi. Many of the species in this genus are plant pathogens which cause powdery mildew [Wikipedia article]; pyrenomycetes are also known as sordariomycetes for their nature of appearing after a fire passes through the forest [Wikipedia]

Lichens are symbiotic associations of a fungus with a photosynthetic partner that can produce food for the lichen from sunlight.
Sketch page 56 :Lchens are symbiotic associations of a fungus with a photosynthetic partner that can produce food for the lichen from sunlight [Wikipedia article]

lichen
Sketch page 56: Lichen

lichen
Sketch page 58: Llichen


Sketch page 58: Aspidium, commonly called fern, is the dried rhizome of several species of Dryopteris [Wikipedia article]

 

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