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Fungi Discover the Science and Secrets Behind the World of Mushrooms

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By: Lynne Boddy(Author), Ali Ashby(Author)
304 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
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  • Fungi ISBN: 9780241612965 Hardback Nov 2023 In stock
Price: £24.99
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Discover the fascinating stories behind 300 species of fungi and understand the world of mushrooms like never before!

Did you know that fungi put the fizz in champagne and the flavour in chocolate? Fungi are everywhere we look: in a forest, under the sea, and in the kitchen. In this beautiful book, leading fungal biologists Lynne Boddy and Ali Ashby bring you closer to 300 species of mushrooms and lichens through fascinating facts, mushroom datasets, and detailed illustrations. Discover some of the fastest speeds in nature, specimens that glow in the dark, and fungi that clean up oil spills.

Humans have had a close relationship with mushrooms for thousands of years – from using the shiitake for healing, to telling stories of enchanted fairy rings, and cooking gourmet dishes with rare specimens. Bringing together technology, medicine, food, culture, and nature, this fascinating book will open your eyes to the wonders of the hidden kingdom all around us.

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Lynne Boddy is Professor of Fungal Ecology at Cardiff University. She has authored two academic books and DK's Humongous Fungus for children. Lynne has made multiple television appearances, including the BBC's Deep Down and Dirty, The One Show, and Channel 4's Sunday Brunch.

Ali Ashby is a Fungal Molecular Biologist and director of Life Sciences at the University of Cambridge. Ali is a member of the British Mycological Society (BMS), on the BMS Council, and is chair of the Fungal Education and Outreach committee.

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By: Lynne Boddy(Author), Ali Ashby(Author)
304 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
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