Plant Pathology Jeopardy
(undergraduate and graduate students)
Categories: Bookstyles of the Fungal and Famous, Get A Life!, Porospores, Culinary Delights, X Rated, A Spore is Borne
BOOKSTYLES of the FUNGAL AND FAMOUS (book given, name author)
$100 "Genera of Hyphomycetes from Soil".
$200 "Sylloge Fungorum".
$300 "Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes".
$400 "The Genus Fusarium".
$500 "The Coelomycetes".
GET A LIFE (CYCLE) (ecology)
$100 The two types of dispersal spores.
$200 Aleuriospores mostly do this.
$300 Seasonal name sometimes given to conidial stages.
$400 Type of conidia adapted to aquatic surfaces.
$500 Ecological type of spores mostly found in acervuli.
$100 Most porospores are this color.
$200 This fungus produces chains of porospores.
$300 Conidiophores elongate by percurrent proliferation.
$400 Two of the genera split out of Helminthosporium.
$500 Teleomorphs of porosporic fungi are mostly in this class.
$100 This mold makes blue cheese.
$200 This fungus converts stale barley into a tasty beverage.
$300 This tasty Discomycete is collected in the spring.
$400 This arthrosporic fungus spoils pickles but improves sausages.
$500 Visual: (hold up a piece of Brie)
$100 The type of spores dispersed in dry air.
$200 Ascomycete centrum type.
$300 Species of Fusarium that is common in soil.
$400 Dutch mycologist who reclassified many Melanconiales, and also wrote a book on fungi sporulating in culture.
$500 The term for herbarium specimens distributed to others.
A SPORE IS BORNE
$100 The first kind of conidial production to be described, done by Vieullemin in 1847.
$200 VISUAL (show a drawing or photo)
$300 This unique conidial type is found in the powdery mildews.
$400 Budding yeasts are considered this spore type.
$500 Basidiospores are of this spore production type.
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Updated: July 7, 2001