Comprehensive account of the natural history of fungi, from their lifestyle, habitats and ecology to their uses for humans. Spooner and Roberts, both widely respected experts in fungi from the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, examine all aspects of fungi, from their lifestyle and habitats to their diverse reproductive strategies. Chapters cover: the biology and evolution of fungi; fungi as agents of growth and decay; the relation of fungi to man, mammals and parasites; their natural and man-made habitats.
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