Investigation of polyols, amino acids and phenolic acids in a taxonomic study of Cortinarius, Subgenus Leprocybe, Section Orellani

Abstract : Seven Cortinarius species in sect. Orellani were divided into 6 groups using microscopic features of their basidiospores. Two of these groups contained all specimens of C. speciosissimus and C. orellanoides, with each group having specimens of both species. Chemical methods employing thin-layer chromatography were used to detect polyols, amino acids and phenolic acids among specimens in these groups. The importance of these compounds as well as microscopic characteristics of the basidiospores are discussed in relation to the classification of species. Preliminary data does not confirm synonymy of C. speciosissimus and C. orellanoides, but identical chromatographic fingerprints were detected for C. orellanoides and C. orellanus.
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Sylvie Rapior, Aude Vassas, Agnes Tarodo de la Fuente, Regis Courtecuisse, Claude Andary. Investigation of polyols, amino acids and phenolic acids in a taxonomic study of Cortinarius, Subgenus Leprocybe, Section Orellani. Mycologia, Mycological Society of America, 1990, 82 (2), pp.243-248. ⟨10.1080/00275514.1990.12025870⟩. ⟨hal-02196615⟩

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