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Fascinating Microfungi (Hyphomycetes) of Western Ghats - India

Monograph
By: D Jayarama Bhat(Author)
222 pages, 127 illustrations, tables
Fascinating Microfungi (Hyphomycetes) of Western Ghats - India
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About this book

From the Foreword: "The contribution entitled Fascinating Microfungi (Hyphomycetes) of Western Ghats - India authored by Professor D. Jayarama Bhat is noteworthy addition towards Indian microfungi. Further, it is known fact that Western Ghats is a hot spot for biodiversity of fungi which has been worked out methodically, scientifically and elegantly by Prof. Bhat. The book deals with varied aspects of Hyphomycetous fungi (diversity and taxonomy in the Indian scenario) with emphasis on sampling, isolation techniques, culturing, identification, and ex-situ conservation. Fascinating Microfungi (Hyphomycetes) of Western Ghats - India has provided scientifically accurate technical descriptions of 127 hyphomycetous fungi collected from the Western Ghats. All the fungi are nicely illustrated. At the end of the book, Dr. Bhat has provided references and index to described fungi."

Contents

Preface
Foreword

1. Diversity of microfungi
2. Field and laboratory facilities and techniques for study of microfungi
3. Description of conidial fungi (Hyphomycetes)
4. Literature cited
5. Index of fungi
6. Author's publications on taxonomy of fungi

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Monograph
By: D Jayarama Bhat(Author)
222 pages, 127 illustrations, tables
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