Heinrich Klebahn

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Heinrich Klebahn (20 February 1859, Bremen – 5 October 1942, Hamburg) was a German mycologist and phytopathologist.

In 1884 he obtained his PhD from the University of Jena, afterwards working as a schoolteacher in Bremen (1885–1894) and Hamburg (1894-1899). From 1905 onward, he was associated with the botanical gardens at Hamburg. From 1921 to 1934 he was an honorary professor and lecturer of cryptogamy and soil biology at the Institut für Allgemeine Botanik in Hamburg.[1][2]

In 1895 Ernst Lemmermann named the algae genus Klebahniella in his honor; in 1906 he was commemorated with the mycological genus Klebahnia by Joseph Charles Arthur.[1], and in 2011, Inderbitzin and coauthors named the plant pathogenic fungus Verticillium klebahnii after him [3].

Written works[edit]

  • Die wirtwechselnden Rostpilze, 1904 – The heteroecious rusts.
  • Krankheiten des Flieders, 1909 – Diseases of lilacs.
  • Grundzüge der allgemeinen Phytopathologie. Berlin: Verlag von Gebrüder Borntraeger, 1912 – Outline of general phytopathology.
  • Aufgaben und Ergebnisse biologischer Pilzforschung. Vorträge aus dem Gesamtgebiet der Botanik, Heft 1. Berlin: Verlag von Gebrüder Borntraeger, 1914 – Tasks and results involving biological fungi research.[4]
  • Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Fungi Imperfecti: III. Zur Kritik einiger Pestalozzia-Arten in Mycologisches Centralblatt 4:1 pp. 1–19 - Contributions towards understanding the fungi imperfecti, a critique of some species of Pestalozzia.
  • Haupt- und Nebenfruchtformen der Askomyzeten: Erster Teil: Eigene Untersuchungen, 395 pp. - Primary and secondary fruiting body forms in the Ascomycetes.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b BHL Taxonomic literature : a selective guide to botanical publications
  2. ^ Dassarma, P; Klebahn, G; Klebahn, H (2010). "Translation of Henrich Klebahn's 'Damaging agents of the klippfish - a contribution to the knowledge of the salt-loving organisms'". Saline Systems. 6: 7. doi:10.1186/1746-1448-6-7. PMC 2912921. PMID 20569477.
  3. ^ Inderbitzin, Patrik; Bostock, Richard M.; Davis, Michel R.; Usami, Toshiyuki; Platt, Harold W.; Subbarao, Krishna V. (2011). "Phylogenetics and Taxonomy of the Fungal Vascular Wilt Pathogen Verticillium, with the Descriptions of Five New Species". PLoS ONE. 6 (12): e28341. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028341. PMC 3233568. PMID 22174791.
  4. ^ de.Wikisource bibliography
  5. ^ Mushroom the Journal published works
  6. ^ IPNI.  Kleb.