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Academic & Professional Books  Mycology

Mycology Volume 2 (DVD-ROM) Higher Fungi

Series: Mycology Volume: 2
Edited By: John Webster
Mycology Volume 2 (DVD-ROM)
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Mycology Vol. 2 includes typical representatives of the two Divisons of "Higher Fungi" - the Ascomycota and Basidiomycota. Both are very large groups with many examples of fungi of economic significance, e.g., plant and animal pathogens, mycorrhizal symbionts, agents of decay and industrial fermentations, sources of food and as subjects for scientific research. The video clips include many spectacular time-lapse sequences, e.g., fungal growth and spore puffing. The contents of Mycology Vol.1 and Mycology Vol.2 have been extensively rearranged following a modern taxonomic framework.

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Series: Mycology Volume: 2
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