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CONTRIBUTION TITLES AND AUTHORS
34

 

 

 

DISTRIBUTION OF EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS IN GUATEMALA: ECTOMYCORRHIZAL GENERA AND ENDEMIC SPECIES COLLECTED FROM 1980 TO 2016 

Abdalla Herrera Faisal, Rafael Funes Tovar and Roberto Flores Arzú (Guatemala)

35

 

 

 

DIVERSITY OF ECTOMYCORRHYZAL FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH Pinus maximartinezii AN ENDANGERED ENDEMIC SPECIES OF MEXICO

Almaraz-Llamas Alejandra, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Margarita Torres-Aquino, Faustino Hernández-Santiago, Magdalena Martínez Reyes and Ismael Hernández-Ríos (Mexico)

36

 

 

 

 

INFLUENCE OF TWO ECTOMYCORRHYZAL FUNGI ON THE BACTERIAL DIVERSITY OF MICROBIOME OF Pinus greggi MYCORHIZOSPHERE

Álvarez-Solis José David, María del Rosario Cardoso Villanueva, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cázares, Martín Eduardo Sánchez García, Luis Barragán Soriano (Mexico)

37

 

 

 

EDIBLE BOLETALES (BASIDIOMYCOTA) FROM THE REGIONS OF NORTHERN MOUNTAIN RANGE AND CENTRAL VALLEYS OF OAXACA STATE, MEXICO

Ayala Vásquez Olivia, Jesús García Jiménez, Rigoberto Castro Rivera, Elvira Aguirre Acosta and Myriam Victores Aguirre (México)

38

 

 

TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE OF WILD EDIBLE FUNGI IN THE CENTRAL REGION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF SANTA ANA JILOTZINGO, STATE OF MEXICO

Bautista-Bautista Wendy Karen and Irene Frutis-Molina (Mexico)

39

 

 

ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGAL COMMUNITY IN HIGH MOUNTAIN FOREST: LAST CHANCE TO MITIGATE CLIMATE GLOBAL CHANGE?

Baeza Yajaira, Rosario Medel, Dora Trejo and Roberto Garibay-Orijel (México)

40

 

 

 

COINOCULATION OF AN EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOM AND MYCORRHIZAL HELPER BACTERIA IN THE PHYSIOLOGICAL ENHANCEMENT OF Pinus montezumae

Barragán Soriano José Luis, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Juan José Almaraz Suárez, Moisés Graciano Carcaño Montiel and Karla Isabel Medrano Ortiz (Mexico)

41

 

 

PATAGONIA FUNGI trails and tastes: NOVEL USES OF NOVEL WILD EDIBLE FUNGI FROM PATAGONIAN FORESTS, ARGENTINA

Barroetaveña Carolina, María Belén Pildain, Valeria Silva (Argentina)

42

 

 

THE DEATH CAP MUSHROOM (Amanita phalloides) MOVES TO A NATIVE TREE IN VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA

Berch Shannon M., Paul Kroeger, Terrie Finston (Canada)

43

 

 

DIVERSITY AND MANAGEMENT OF WILD EDIBLE MUSHROOMS OF HIGH MOUNTAIN IN THE STATE OF MEXICO: WITH EMPHASIS ON ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SPECIES

Burrola-Aguilar Cristina and Roberto Garibay-Orijel (Mexico)

44

 

 

 

 

DISTRIBUTION OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN BUSHY OAK SPECIES OF THE HIGH PLATEAU POTOSINO-ZACATECANO IN NORTHERN MEXICO

Cabrera Rodríguez Alejandra, Margarita Torres Aquino, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Jorge Alberto Flores Cano, Juan Felipe Martínez Montoya, Jorge Palacio Nuñez, Genaro Olmos Oropeza and Magdalena Martínez-Reyes (Mexico)

45

 

 

 

SYMBIOTIC PROPAGATION OF THREE SPECIES OF PINES IN THE COMMUNITY FRESNO NICHI, SAN FELIPE DEL PROGRESO IN THE STATE OF MÉXICO

Cárdenas Camargo Israel, José Manuel Javier García and Mónica Rangel Villafranco (Mexico)

46

 

 

 

FIELD SURVIVAL OF TWO NEOTROPICAL PINES MYCORRHIZED WITH Suillus pungens AND Thelephora terrestris IN THE PRESENCE OF ALLELOPATHIC TREES

Cardoso-Villanueva María del Rosario, Araceli López Gutiérrez, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cázares, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Víctor Manuel Cetina Alcalá (Mexico)

47

 

 

 

METAGENOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MICROBIOMA ASSOCIATED WITH ECTOMICORRHIZAE OF TWO NEOTROPICAL PINES

Cardoso-Villanueva María del Rosario, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cázares, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Víctor M. Cetina Alcalá and Martín Eduardo Sánchez García (Mexico)

48

 

 

 

POTENTIAL OF Pinus greggii AND THE EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOM Suillus brevipes FOR REFORESTATION OF HIGHLY DEGRADED SOILS

Carrasco-Hernández Violeta, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Dante Arturo Rodríguez-Trejo, Roberto Quintero Lizaola (México)

49

 

 

 

 

FIRST RECORD OF SYNTHESIS BETWEEN THREE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL EDIBLE MUSHROOMS AND Pinus maximartinezii A MEXICAN ENDANGERED NATIVE SPECIES

Carrera-Martínez Anaitzi, Uzziel Ríos-García, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Vicente A. Velasco-Velasco, Oralia Fuentes-García, Alejandro Garzón-Trinidad and Juan A. Villegas-Olivera (Mexico)

50

 

 

TRAPPING FUNGAL SPORES TO STUDY AIRBORNE DISPERSION AND MUSHROOM EMERGENCE

Castaño Carles, Jonàs Oliva, Juan Martínez de Aragón, Josu G. Alday, Javier Parladé, Joan Pera and José Antonio Bonet (Spain and Sweden)

51

 

 

 

EDIBLE AND ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS FROM MILPA ALTA, MEXICO CITY

Chávez-García Lisette, Sigfrido Sierra, Sandra Castro–Santiuste, Areli González-Mendoza, Aarón Gutiérrez-Sánchez, Daniela Guzmán-Ramírez, José de Jesus Ruiz-Ramos, Guadalupe Galván-Becerril, Lilia Pérez-Ramírez and Joaquín Cifuentes (México)

52

 

 

DIVERSITY OF BIOLUMINISCENT MUSHROOMS (Agaricales) FROM MOIST MOUNTAIN CLOUDY FOREST FROM VERACRUZ, MEXICO

Cortés Pérez Alonso, Rosario Medel Ortiz and Marko Gómez Hernández (Mexico)

53

 

 

BIODIVERSITY AND POTENTIAL USE OF THE MYCOLOGICAL RESOURCE, INCLUDING ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS, IN THE LOW DECIDUOS FOREST OF TIERRA CALIENTE, GUERRERO, MEXICO

Cortés-Sarabia Jazmín and Gisselle Molina-Valenzuela (México)

54

 

 

ENDEMIC EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN OAK SPECIES AS HOSTS OF BLACK TRUFFLES

Danay Ofer, Nirit Ezov, Lotem Azoulay, Hila Hanani, Tom Levi, Yoram Luzzati, Rafi Hallel and Dan Levanon (Israel)

55

 

 

 

TWO NEW SPECIES OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL GASTEROID MUSHROOM Calostoma (Boletales) USED AS FOOD AMONG MIXE PEOPLE FROM SOUTHERN, MEXICO

Deloya-Olvera Miriam, Sofía Virgen-Vásquez, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cazares, Martín E. Sánchez-García, Mario Jiménez-Ruiz, Juan J. Almaraz-Suárez, Jesús Pérez-Moreno (Mexico)

56

 

 

 

Amanita ayuukjaay A NEW EDIBLE SPECIES OF THE CAESAR´S MUSHROOM COMPLEX, WITH BIOCULTURAL IMPORTANCE AMONG AYUUKJÄ’ÄY PEOPLE FROM OAXACA, MEXICO

Deloya-Olvera Miriam, Sofía Virgen-Vásquez, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cazares, Martín E. Sánchez-García, Mario Jiménez Ruiz, Juan J. Almaraz-Suárez and Jesús Pérez-Moreno (Mexico)

57

 

 

UNDERSTANDING THE ECOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MITES AND COLLEMBOLANS WITH MORELS (Morchella spp.)

Díaz-Aguilar Irma, Marbella Beltrán-Rentería, Lizbeth Álvarez-Ramos and Jesús Pérez-Moreno (Mexico)

58

 

 

 

INOCULATION OF Casuarina equisetifolia WITH TWO EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL ALLOPATRIC SPECIES NATIVE FROM MEXICO

Díaz-Balbuena Yaritza, Juan Alfonso Villegas-Olivera, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Jazmín Cortes-Sarabia, Juan José Almaraz-Suárez and Gerardo Mata (Mexico)

59

 

 

 

INOCULATION WITH TWO EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS IN Pinus greggii PLANTS GROWN IN CONTAINERS WITH DIFFERENT VOLUMES

Díaz-Balbuena Yaritza, Juan Alfonso Villegas-Olivera, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Juan José Almaraz-Suárez, Gerardo Mata and Jazmín Cortes-Sarabia (Mexico)

60

 

 

CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITIES OF EIGHT EDIBLE FUNGI IN THE MARKET AND CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS IN THE FRUITING BODIES OF Sarcodon imbricatus

Ming Zhang-Feng, Wang Yue-Hu, Zhao Ping, Yu Fu-Qiang (China)

61

 

 

 

MYCORRHIZATION OF Pinus pseudostrobus AND P. greggii USING SLURRIES OF TWO QUALITIES OF Suillus pseudobrevipes

Flores-Armas Leticia, Lizbeth Inocencia Morales-Rivera, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes, Faustino Hernández-Santiago, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Carlos Cuevas-Suárez, Alfredo Hernández-Hernández and Héctor M. de los Santos-Posadas (Mexico)

62

 

 

 

COINOCULATION WITH ECTOMYCORRHIZAL AND ARBUSCULAR FUNGI IN TWO NEOTROPICAL PINE SPECIES

Franco-Ramírez Alicia, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Gabriela Sánchez-Viveros, Carlos R, Cerdán-Cabrera, Víctor M. Cetina-Alcalá, Juan J, Almaraz-Suàrez, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes and Juan A. Villegas-Olivera (Mexico)

63

 

 

 

TEMPERATURE, pH AND in vitro GROWTH OF EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS ASSOCIATED WITH Pinus radiata PLANTATIONS IN CHILE

García-Rodríguez José Leonardo, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Darcy Ríos-Leal, Patricia Saez-Delgado, Cristian Atala, Manuel Sánchez-Olate, Guillermo Pereira-Cancino (Chile and Mexico)

64

 

 

 

 

MYCORRHIZATION OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES Pinus maximartinezii WITH WILD EDIBLE FUNGI IN A TRADITIONAL FOREST NURSERY

Alejandro Garzón-Trinidad, Fuentes-García Oralia, Martínez-Reyes Magdalena, Hernández-Santiago Faustino, Pérez-Moreno Jesús, Cruz-Santiago O. Lemuel, Martínez-Santiago Daniel and Martínez-Bolaños Karen A. (Mexico)

65

 

 

 

GROWTH OF TWO MICORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS FROM SIERRA TARAHUMARA OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO UNDER TWO pH CONDITIONS AND SIX GROWING MEDIA

Gómez-Flores Liliana de Jesús, Miroslava Quiñónez-Martínez, Fortunato Garza-Ocañas, Nina del Rocío Martínez-Ruíz and Florinda Jiménez-Vega (México)

66

 

 

 

IMPACT OF FOREST MANAGEMENT ON THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI DIVERSITY IN A CONIFER FOREST IN THE REGION CHIGNAHUAPAN, PUEBLA, MEXICO.

Guarneros Hernández Ana María, Gema L. Galindo Flores, Citlalli Castillo Guevara Héctor Santos Luna Zendejas, Roberto Garibay Orijel, Yendi E. Navarro Noya (México)

67

 

 

 

NUTRITIONAL VALUE AND TOTAL PHENOLICS COMPOUNDS CONTAINED IN WILD AND CULTIVATED EDIBLE MUSHROOM, INCLUDING ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SPECIES

Guzmán-de-Casa Atahualpa, Pedro Antonio García-Saucedo, Teresita del Carmen Ávila-Val, Salvador Aguirre-Paleo, Margarita Vargas-Sandoval and Maribel Gutiérrez-Contreras (Mexico)

68

 

 

 

ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF ECTOMICORRHYZAL FUNGI COLLECTED ON WOOD OF Abies religiosa IN CENTRAL MEXICO, INCLUDING EDIBLE SPECIES

Guzmán-Ramírez Daniela Abigail, María Guadalupe Barajas-Guzmán and Sigfrido Sierra (Mexico)

69

 

 

 

ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI FROM COFRE DE PEROTE NATIONAL PARK: WITH EMPHASIS ON EDIBLE MUSHROOMS

Guzmán-Olmos Rubén Fernando, Iván Oros-Ortega, Luis Alberto Lara-Pérez, Angel Isauro Ortiz-Ceballos, René Alberto Palestina, Martín Hassan Polo-Marcial, Juan Carlos Noa-Carrazan and Antonio Andrade-Torres (Mexico)

70

 

 

 

SELECTION OF RHIZOBACTERIAL STRAINS CAPABLE OF PROMOTING THE MYCELIAL GROWTH OF THE EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS Suillus sp.

Heredia-Acuña Cristina, Vivian Francisca Quiroz-Sarmiento and Juan J. Almaraz-Suarez (Mexico)

71

 

 

MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION AND HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY OF Pinus leiophylla IN FLOODING CONDITIONS

Hernández Morales Gleybis, Marcos Jiménez Casas, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Hugo Ramírez Maldonado and Virginia Jacob Cervantes (Mexico)

72

 

 

 

BIOCHEMICAL, MORPHOLOGICAL AND GENETIC APPROXIMATION OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOM Amanita rubescens COMPLEX IN MEXICO

Hernández-Rico G. Nallely, Pablo Octavio Aguilar and Roberto Garibay-Origel (Mexico)

73

 

 

 

MORPHOLOGICAL AND GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZA FORMED BY Rhizopogon roseolus AND A NEOTROPICAL PINE FROM SOUTHWESTERN MEXICO

Hernández-Santiago Faustino, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes, Araceli López-Gutiérrez, Karla Isabel Medrano Ortiz and Cristina Arteaga León (Mexico)

74

 

 

 

INTERACTION BETWEEN THE SOIL MESOFAUNA (ACARI AND COLLEMBOLA) AND EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS IN THE MIXTEC REGION, OAXACA, MEXICO

Hernández-Santiago Faustino, Irma Díaz-Aguilar, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Enrique Ojeda-Trejo, Juan José Almaraz-Suarez, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cazares and Gerardo Mata (Mexico)

75

 

 

 

THE MUSHROOMS AND THE FIRST SUNRISE ACCORDING TO THE MIXTEC PREHISPANIC CODEX YUTA TNOHO DATED FROM EARLY FIFTEENTH CENTURY

Hernández-Santiago Faustino, Jesús Pérez-Moreno and Magdalena Martínez-Reyes (Mexico)

76

 

 

 

EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS FROM THE MONTANE CLOUD FOREST FROM “EL CIELO” BIOSPHERE RESERVE, TAMAULIPAS, MEXICO

Hernández del Valle Juan Francisco, Jesús García Jiménez, Olivia Ayala Vásquez and Javier de la Fuente López (Mexico)

77

 

 

 

ANALYSIS OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL AND BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN THE FORMATION OF SOIL AGGREGATES THROUGH THIN SECTIONS OF GIGA-IMAGES

Jiménez-Martínez Arturo, Carmen Gutiérrez Castorena, Edgar Vladimir Gutiérrez Castorena, Enrique Suástegui Méndez and Jesús Pérez-Moreno (Mexico)

78

 

 

 

USES, ECOLOGICAL AND BIOCULTURAL IMPORTANCE OF WILD FUNGI IN THE SIERRA NORTE OF OAXACA, MEXICO

Jiménez-Ruiz Mario, Alexanders López-García, Irais Santiago-Hernández, Ana Lisbeth Hernández-Hernández, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Pablo Martínez-Antúnez, Virginia Cruz-Ramírez and Arturo Félix Hernández –Díaz (Mexico)

79

 

 

 

DIVERSITY OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI ASSOCIATED TO Quercus glaucoides AND Q. potosina IN A TEMPERATE FOREST IN CENTRAL MEXICO

Juárez-Zacarías Eduardo, Citlalli Castillo-Guevara, Gema L. Galindo-Flores, Héctor Santos Luna Zendejas, Roberto Garibay-Orijel and Yendi E. Navarro Noya (Mexico)

80

 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE TERFESS SECTOR

Khabar Lahsen, Judith Evenaar (Morocco and The Netherlands)

81

 

 

TWO CRYPTIC SPECIES ARE PRESENT IN THE JAPANESE Amanita caesareoides POPULATION

Kodaira Miyuki, Naoki Endo, Masaki Fukuda, Akiyoshi Yamada (Japan)

82

 

 

DIVERSITY OF MICRO-FAUNA IN GLASSHOUSE MYCORRHIZAL SEEDLINGS RESPONSIBLE FOR MYCORRHIZA GRAZING?

Lan-Lan Huang, Wang Ran, Guerin-Laguette Alexis, Yu Fu-Qiang (China and New Zealand)

83

 

 

Scleroderma meridionale ECTOMYCORRHIZAE WITH Halimium halimifolium: EXPANDING THE MEDITERRANEAN SYMBIOTIC REPERTOIRE 

Leonardi Marco, Maria-Alice Neves, Ornella Comandini and Andrea C. Rinaldi (Italy and Brazil)

84

 

 

Tricholoma matsutake AFFECTS MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATED WITH Quercus semecarpifolia

Li Qiang and Xiaolin Li (China)

85

 

 

TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE OF WILD FUNGI BETWEEN THE CHINANTEC PEOPLE OF SANTIAGO COMALTEPEC, OAXACA, MEXICO

López García Alexanders, Mario Jiménez Ruiz, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Virginia Cruz Ramírez and Pablo Antúnez (Mexico)

86

 

 

QUANTITATIVE ETHNOMICOLOGY OF WILD FUNGI: A STUDY CASE IN SANTIAGO COMALTEPEC IN SOUTHEASTERN MEXICO

López García Alexanders, Mario Jiménez Ruiz, Pablo Antúnez, Jesús Pérez Moreno and Virginia Cruz Ramírez (Mexico)

87

 

 

 

 

INOCULATION OF Pinus pringlei SHAW A NEOTROPICAL SPECIES WITH A RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION WITH ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS

López Gutiérrez Araceli, Faustino Hernández-Santiago, Ebandro Uscanga Mortera, Antonio García Esteva, Víctor Manuel Cetina Alcalá, María del Rosario Cardoso-Villanueva, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cázares and Jesús Pérez Moreno (Mexico)

88

 

 

 

PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE GENERA Ramaria AND Phaeoclavulina IN TEMPERATE FORESTS OF THE DISTRICT OF IXTLÁN DE JUÁREZ, OAXACA, MEXICO

López López Erangelio, Virginia Ramírez Cruz and Margarita Villegas Ríos (Mexico)

89

 

 

 

INFLUENCE OF THREE CULTURE MEDIA AND pH IN THE in vitro MYCELIAL GROWTH OF THE EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOM Hebeloma mesophaeum

Lorenzana-Fernández Armando, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Ronald Ferrera-Cerrato, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cázares, Margarita-Torres Aquino and Magdalena Martínez-Reyes (Mexico)

90

 

 

EFFECT OF RHIZOBACTERIAL FILTRATES ON MYCELIAL GROWTH OF THE EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS Suillus sp.

Martínez-Anastasio Areli Yacsel, Deisy Yubeli Pineda-Mendoza, Juan J. Almaraz-Suarez and Gabriela Sánchez-Viveros (Mexico)

91

 

 

 

ECTOMYCORRHIZAL ABILITY OF Pinus eldarica TO ESTABLISH SYMBIOSIS WITH THREE SPECIES OF MACROMYCETE MUSHROOMS OF THE SIERRA TARAHUMARA, FROM NORTHERN MEXICO

Martínez-Escobedo Neida, Miroslava Quiñónez-Martínez and Miguel Ángel Viveros-Pinto (Mexico)

92

 

 

 

BASIDIOMATA FORMATION OF TWO EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS IN ASSOCIATION WITH TWO NEOTROPICAL PINES IN GREENHOUSE

Martínez-Reyes Magdalena, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Beatriz Xoconostle-Cázares, Luis Villarreal-Ruiz, Ronald Ferrera-Cerrato, J. Jesús Vargas-Hernández and Mario Honrubia-García † (Mexico and Spain)

93

 

 

 

PLANT DEVELOPMENT OF Quercus castanea INOCULATED WITH Hebeloma mesophaeum AND IRRIGATED WITH ALLOTROPIZED WATER IN A GREENHOUSE: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY

Monroy Ata Arcadio, Mercedes Vázquez Naranjo, Jazmín Berenisse Hernández Martínez, Ramírez Saldívar Karen Yadira, Yolanda Maribel Flores Estrada and Esther Matiana García Amador (Mexico)

94

 

 

 

ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MORPHOTYPES OF Pinus pringlei IN A PRESERVED AREA OF NATURAL FORESTS IN GUERRERO, MEXICO

Morales-Gutiérrez Mario C., G. Joselyn Téllez-Espinosa, Rosalva García-Sánchez, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes, Faustino Hernández-Santiago, Jesús Pérez-Moreno and Héctor M. de los Santos-Posadas (Mexico)

95

 

 

 

PERCENTAGE OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION IN Pinus greggii ORIGINATED BY THE INOCULATION WITH DIFFERENT DOSES OF THE EDIBLE MUSHROOM Laccaria proxima

Morales-Rivera Lizbeth Inocencia, Leticia Flores-Armas, Faustino Hernández-Santiago, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes, Jesús Pérez-Moreno and Cesar Enrique Martínez-Maldonado (Mexico)

96

 

 

EFFECT OF T. melanosporum ON SURROUNDING SOIL MYCOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

Oliach Daniel, Carles Castaño, Christine Fischer, José Antonio Bonet and Carlos Colinas (Spain)

97

 

 

 

IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY OF THE MYCOLOGICAL RESOURCES FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE IN THE STATE OF MEXICO

Padilla Ruiz María del Carmen, Mónica Rangel Villafranco and Israel Cárdenas Camargo (Mexico)

98

 

 

HYPOGEOUS FUNGI FROM THE PROTECTED NATURAL AREA CUENCA DE LA ESPERANZA IN GUANAJUATO, MÉXICO

Peña Ramírez Rafael and Gonzalo Guevara Guerrero (Mexico)

99

 

 

POTENCIAL USE AND DISTRIBUTION OF SPECIES OF BOLETUS IN MEXICO

Pérez-Silva Evangelina and Teófilo Herrera (Mexico)

100

 

 

 

INOCULATION WITH TWO ECTOMYCORRHIZAL EDIBLE FUNGI IN Pinus cembroides subsp. orizabensis A DROUGHT-RESISTANT SPECIES

Pérez-Téllez Jonathan, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes, Faustino Hernández-Santiago, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Magda Elizabeth Marín-Beltrán, Ronald Ferrera-Cerrato and Héctor M. de los Santos Posadas (Mexico)

101

 

 

 

BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATION OF PLANT GROWTH PROMOTING BACTERIA AND Laccaria laccata IN THE GROWTH OF Pinus patula

Portillo-Manzano Elizabeth, Lucía López-Reyes, Armando Tapia-Hernández, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes and Moisés Graciano Carcaño-Montiel (Mexico)

102

 

 

SEASONAL DYNAMICS OF EXTRARADICAL MYCELIUM AND MYCORRHIZAS IN A BLACK TRUFFLE (Tuber melanosporum) PLANTATION 

Queralt Mikel, Javier Parladé, Joan Pera and Ana María De Miguel (Spain)

103

 

 

 

ETHNOMYCOLOGY OF THE TLAHUICA-PJIEKAKJOO CULTURE OF THE STATE OF MEXICO

Ramirez-Carbajal Eliseete, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Lucero Gonzales-García, Mónica Rangel-Villafranco and Israel Cárdenas-Camargo (Mexico)

104

 

 

 

MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION AND MORPHOTYPE RICHNESS ASSOCIATED WITH THE GROWTH OF Abies religiosa IN THREE SUBSTRATES

Ramírez-Razo Karina, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes and Juan José Almaraz Suárez (Mexico)

105

 

 

INOCULATION OF TWO EDIBLE FUNGI AND NATIVE SOIL IN Pinus hartwegii, GROWTH AND MYCORRHIZATION

Ramírez-Razo Karina, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes and Juan José Almaraz-Suárez (Mexico)

106

 

 

CULTURAL IMPORTANCE OF NON-EATING FUNGI IN TWO COMMUNITIES OF LA MALINTZI VOLCANO TLAXCALA, MEXICO

Ramírez-Terrazo Amaranta, Adriana Montoya, Javier Caballero and Roberto Garibay-Orijel (Mexico)

107

 

 

MYCORRHIZAL SYNTHESIS OF Tuber spp. AND INDIGENOUS HOSTS IN SOUTHWESTERN CHINA

Ran Wang, Wang Yun, Guerin-Laguette Alexis, Yu Fu-Qiang (China and New Zealand)

108

 

 

ETHNOMYCOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE MAZAHUA COMMUNITIES NEARBY XOCOTÉPETL MOUNTAIN, MUNICIPALITY OF JOCOTITLÁN IN THE STATE OF MEXICO

Rangel Villafranco Monica and Aurora Martínez García (Mexico)

109

 

 

 

 

FIRST RECORD OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SYNTHESIS BETWEEN Laccaria proxima AND Quercus uxoris A VULNERABLE SPECIES OF THE MOIST MONTANE CLOUDY FOREST OF THE MAZATEC REGION, MEXICO

Rios-García Uzziel, Anaitzi Carrera-Martínez, José Cristóbal Leyva-López, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes and Faustino Hernández-Santiago (Mexico)

110

 

 

Eremiomyces innocentii, A NEW DESERT TRUFFLE FROM THE CANARY ISLAND

Rodríguez Antonio, Juan Julián Bordallo, Vicente Escobio and Asunción Morte (Spain)

111

 

 

GERMINATION AND GROWTH OF Abies religiosa SEEDLINGS INOCULATED WITH TWO ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS

Rodríguez-Gómez Tagle Gabriela, Chávez-Aguilar Griselda and Burrola-Aguilar Cristina (Mexico)

112

 

 

MYCORRHIZATION OF Pinus montezumae WITH SYMPATRIC AND ALLOPATRIC EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SPECIES OF Laccaria spp.

Rodríguez-Gutiérrez Ibeth, Daniel Ramírez-Martínez, Virginia Jacob-Cervantes and Jesús Pérez-Moreno (Mexico)

113

 

 

TRADITIONAL ETHNOMYCOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AMONG THE MEXICAN ETHNIC GROUP HIÚ HU OR OTOMÍ IN THE COMMUNITIES OF HUIXQUILUCAN, MEXICO 

Rodríguez-Gutiérrez Ibeth, Laura P. Casimiro-Hermenegildo, Pablo Delgado-Zúñiga and Francisco D. López-Gómez (Mexico)

114

 

 

DIVERSITY OF EDIBLE, MEDICINAL AND TOXIC MUSHROOMS IN ATATLAHUCA AND CUQUILA, FROM CENTRAL VALLEYS OF OAXACA, MEXICO

Rojas-Velasco Alicia and Javier Martínez García (Mexico)

115

 

 

 

MYCOGASTRONOMY AND NUTRITIONAL CONTENS OF EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN THE CONSERVATION OF MONTANE CLOUD FOREST IN MEXICO

Román-Andrade Noema; Velasco-Velasco Joel; Hernández-Cázares Aleida S; Real-Luna Natalia, Pérez-Moreno Jesús and Magdalena Martínez-Reyes (Mexico)

116

 

 

 

ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS: TASTY FOOD FROM SAN MIGUEL AJUSCO, TLALPAN, MEXICO CITY

Ruiz-Ramos José de Jesús, Sigfrido Sierra, Lisette Chávez-García, Areli González-Mendoza, Aarón Gutiérrez-Sánchez, Daniela Guzmán-Ramírez, Sandra Castro–Santiuste, Lilia Pérez-Ramírez and Joaquín Cifuentes (Mexico)

117

 

 

 

GROWTH AND NUTRIENT CONTENT OF Pinus ayacahuite INOCULATED WITH Suillus granulatus IN THE NORTHERN MOUNTAIN RANGE OF OAXACA, MEXICO

Santiago-Hernández Irais, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Mario Jiménez-Ruiz, Pablo Martínez-Antúnez and Arturo F. Hernández-Díaz (Mexico)

118

 

DIVERSITY OF HYPOGEOUS FUNGI IN CHINA

Shan-ping Wan and Yu Fu-Qiang (China)

119

 

 

EDIBLE Cortinarius MUSHROOMS IN GUATEMALA: DESCRIPTION OF SPECIES SOLD IN RURAL MARKETS OF CENTRAL GUATEMALA

Valverth Jorge, Rafael Funes Tovar, Faisal Abdalla Herrera and Roberto Flores Arzú (Guatemala)

120

 

 

SAPROTROPH AND ECTOMYCORRHIZAL SPECIES IN A MIX FORESTS IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF VILLAPINZÓN, IN CUNDINAMARCA, COLOMBIA

Vargas Natalia, Silvia Restrepo and Nubia Velasco (Colombia)

121

 

 

SOCIALIZING CONSERVATION ASPECTS OF MACROFUNGI IN OAK FOREST

Vargas Natalia and Silvia Restrepo (Colombia)

122

 

 

RAPID ASSESSMENT OF MACROFUNGAL DIVERSITY (PHYLA BASIDIOMYCOTA AND ASCOMYCOTA) IN ECOSYSTEMS OF EL PEÑÓN, SANTANDER, COLOMBIA

Vargas Natalia and Silvia Restrepo (Colombia)

123

 

 

INOCULATION OF Pinus oocarpa WITH SLURRIES OF THREE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL EDIBLE FUNGI FROM MEXICO

Villegas-Olivera Juan Alfonso, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Juan José Almaraz-Suárez, Gerardo Mata and Enrique Ojeda-Trejo (Mexico)

124

 

 

 

TYPE OF LIGHT, BASIDIOMATA FREQUENCY AND DEVELOPMENT OF TWO SPECIES OF EDIBLE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL MUSHROOMS ASSOCIATED WITH NEOTROPICAL PINES

Villegas-Olivera Juan Alfonso, Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Gerardo Mata, Juan José Almaraz-Suárez, Enrique Ojeda-Trejo and Vicente Espinosa-Hernández (Mexico)

125

 

HOW CHINESE BLACK TRUFFLE (Tuber indicum) ECTOMYCORRHIZAE REJECT SPECIFIC MATING TYPES

Yu Fu, Lei Ye, Xiaoping Zhang, Qun Sun and Xiaolin Li (China)

126

 

 

DESERT TRUFFLES NATURAL MYCORRHIZAL ASSOCIATION WITH Helianthemum lippii AND Helianthemum ledifolium IN THE PROVINCE OF FIGUIG IN EASTERN MOROCCO

Zohra Bermaki Fatima and Lahsen Khabar (Morocco)

127

 

 

128

 

 

CO-INOCULATION OF AN EDIBLE ECTOMICORRHIZAL FUNGUS AND A MYCORRHIZAL HELPER BACTERIA IN THE GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY OF Pinus cembroides IN THREE SUBSTRATES

Zúñiga Cruz Abigail Janice; Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Magdalena Martínez-Reyes and Juan José Almaraz Suárez (Mexico

BIODIVERSITY AND ETHNOMYCOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE MACROMYCETE FUNGI OF THE CLOUDY MOIST MONTANE FOREST AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN THE CENTRAL PART OF STATE OF VERACRUZ, MEXICO

Carlos Cuevas-Suárez and Gastón Guzmán† (Mexico)

 

 

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