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S.E. Carpenter (Steven)

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Korf, R.P. & Carpenter, S.E., 1974. Bisporella, a generic name for Helotium citrinum and its allies and the generic names Calycella and Calycina.. Mycotaxon 1: 51-62.
Carpenter, S.E., 1975. Bisporella discedens and its Cystodendron state. Mycotaxon 2: 123-126.
Carpenter, S.E., 1976. Taxonomy, Morphology and Ontogeny of Gelatinodiscus flavidus. Mycotaxon 3: 209-232.
Carpenter, S.E. & Dumont, K.P., 1978. Los Hongos de Colombia - IV. Bisporella triseptata and its allies in Colombia. Caldasia 12(58): 340-348.
Carpenter, S.E. & Dumont, K.P., 1978. Leotiaceae I. Nannfeldt's Phialeoideae: The genera Belonioscypha, Cyathicula and Phialea. Mycologia 70: 1223-1238.
Dumont, K.P. & Carpenter, S.E., 1978. Los Hongos de Colombia III. Bisporella discedens and its allies on Colombia. Caldasia 12: 339-348.
Dumont, K.P. & Carpenter, S.E., 1978. Sclerotiniaceae XIV. Asterocalyx. Mycologia 70: 68-75.
Carpenter, S.E., 1980. New Combinations in Crocicreas Fr. emend S.E. Carpenter (Discomycetes, Helotiales). Brittonia 32: 269-271.
Trappe, J.M., Parke, J. & Carpenter, S.E., 1981. Mycological and mycorrhizal aftermaths of the Mount St. Helens eruptions of 1980. Abstr. 5th N. Amer. Conf. Mycorrhizae..
Carpenter, S.E., 1982. Monograph of Crocicreas (Ascomycetes, Helotiales, Leotiaceae). Mem. New York. Bot. Gard. 33: 1-290.
Carpenter, S.E., Trappe, J.M. & Hunt, G.A., 1982. Observations on fungal succession on recent volcanic deposits of Mount St. Helens, Washington. Proc. Oregon acad. Sci. 18: 36-44.
Dumont, K.P. & Carpenter, S.E., 1983. Los Hongos de Colombia VII. Leotiaceae IV: Hymenoscyphus caudatus and related species from Colombia and adjacent regions. Caldasia 13: 567-602.
Carpenter, S.E. & Kropp, B., 1984. A North American record of Myriogonium odontiae. Mycotaxon 20: 487-490.
Kropp, B. & Carpenter, S.E., 1984. Mytilodiscus, a new genus of inoperculate Discomycetes. Mycotaxon 20: 365-371.
Carpenter, S.E. & Trappe, J.M., 1985. Phoenicoid Fungi: A proposed term for fungi that fruit after heat treatment of substrates. Mycotaxon 23: 203-206.
Carpenter, S.E., Trappe, J.M. & Ammirati Jr., J., 1987. Observations of fungal succession in the Mount St. Helens devastation zone, 1980-83. Canad. J. Botany 65: 717-728.
Crawford, R.H., Carpenter, S.E., Mayfield, J. & Martin, R.E., 1987. Fungi from foliage of Arctostaphylos patula, Castanopsis chrysophylla and Ceanothus velutinus. USDA Forest Serv. Res. Note PNW-RN-462.: 6 pp..
Seifert, K. & Carpenter, S.E., 1987. Bisporella resinicola and its Eustilbum anamorph. Canad. J. Botany 65: 1262-1267.
Carpenter, S.E., 1988. Ambrodiscus, a new genus of Discomycetes from ambrosia beetle galleries. Mycologia 80 (3): 330-338.
Carpenter, S.E., 1988. Leotiales, a name to replace Helotiales. Mycologia 80 (1): 127-131.
Carpenter, S.E., Harmon, M.E., Ingham, E.R., Kelsey, R.G., Lattin, J.D. & Schowalter, T.D., 1988. Early patterns of heterotroph activity in Conifer Logs. In Watling, R. (ed.) Fungi and Ecological Disturbance. Proc. Royal Acad. Edinburgh. 94b: 33-43.
Carpenter, S.E., Crawford, R.H. & Harmon, M.E., 1990. Communities of filamentous fungi and yeast in decomposing logs of Pseudotsuga menziesii. Mycologia 82: 759-765.
Schowalter, T.D., Caldwell, B.A., Carpenter, S.E., Griffiths, R.P., Harmon, M.E., Ingham, E.R., Kelsey, R.G., Lattin, J.D. & Moldenke, A.R., 1992. Decomposition of fallen trees: effects of initial conditions. In Singh, K.P. & Singh, J.S. (eds.) Tropical Ecosystems: Ecology and Management. Vedams Books International.: 574 pp..
Griffiths, R.P., Harmon, M.E., Caldwell, B.A. & Carpenter, S.E., 1993. Acetylene reduction in conifer logs during early stages of decomposition. Plant & Soil 148: 53-61.
Carpenter, S.E., Hutton, E.J. & Holmes-Baker, C., 1994. Microbial Contamination Potentials in Ultrapure Water Systems. Proc. Hewlett-Packard Semiconductor Technology Conference: pp. 75-80.
Harmon, M.E., Sexton, J., Caldwell, B.A. & Carpenter, S.E., 1994. Fungal Sporocarp Mediated Losses of Ca, Fe, Mg, Mn, N,P, and Zn from Conifer Logs in the Early Stages of Decomposition.. Canad. J. Forest Res. 24: 1883-1893.
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