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Freshwater Fungi And Fungal-Like Organisms

By: EB Gareth Jones(Editor), Kevin D Hyde(Editor), Ka-Lai Pang(Editor)
496 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w line drawings, tables
Publisher: De Gruyter
Freshwater Fungi
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The available literature on freshwater fungi is limited. In recent years a considerable volume of scientific papers have appeared scattered throughout numerous journals. There is therefore no recent synthesis of the subject and this is the objective of the proposed book. Freshwater habitats are rich in fungi with some 3000 described species, most of papers focussing on their identification, substrata they grow on and world distribution. However, these fungi play an important role in the freshwater ecosystem, and are primarily involved in the breakdown of leaf litter contributing food for detritus feeders. Our book will bring together a wide range of acclaimed mycologists to review recent developments on the biology and ecology of freshwater fungi, particularly their molecular phylogeny, biodiversity, causative diseases of freshwater amphibians, fishes and invertebrate animals, decomposition of leaf litter, stream pollution and their potential role in bioremediation.

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By: EB Gareth Jones(Editor), Kevin D Hyde(Editor), Ka-Lai Pang(Editor)
496 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w line drawings, tables
Publisher: De Gruyter
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