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         Mycology:     more books (100)
  1. Practical Laboratory Mycology by Elmer W. Koneman, 1985-06
  2. Clinical Bacteriology, Mycology and Parasitology: An Illustrated Colour Text by W. John Spicer, 2000-08-15
  3. Molecular Industrial Mycology (Mycology Series, Vol 8) by Leong, 1990-10-26
  4. Food Mycology: A Multifaceted Approach to Fungi and Food, Volume 25 (Mycology)
  5. Introductory Mycology by Constantine John Alexopoulos, 1964
  6. Pathogenic Fungi in Humans and Animals, Second Edition (Mycology)
  7. The Aspergilli: Genomics, Medical Aspects, Biotechnology, and Research Methods (Mycology)
  8. Introductory Mycology by C.J. Alexopoulos, 1962
  9. Applied Mycology and Biotechnology, Volume 1: Agriculture and Food Protection by G. G., Ed. Khachatourians, 2001
  10. Laboratory Handbook of Medical Mycology by Michael R. McGinnis, 1980-12
  11. Introduction to medical mycology by Glenn S Bulmer, 1979
  12. Modern Methods in Food Mycology (Developments in Food Science)
  13. Bacteriology And Mycology Of Foods by Fred Wilbur Tanner, 2007-06-25
  14. Fungi: Experimental Methods In Biology (Mycology)

41. Ekologi Och Geovetenskap - Umeå Universitet
Research groups include Aquatic Ecology, Environmental Change Assessment, Evolutionary Ecology, Forest Biodiversity, Joatka Research, Landscape Ecology, Lichen Ecology, Phylogenetic mycology, and Stream Ecology.
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42. WebRing: Hub
A ring of Ohio web sites on astronomy, birding, butterflies, gardening, herpetology, mycology, spiders, and wildflowers.

43. Microbiology And Immunology On-line
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Welcome to Microbiology and Immunology On-line
This internet textbook covers all aspects of microbiology and immunology and is based on our course for second year Medical Students Department Medical School University INTRODUCTION ... Contributors

Only a some of the accompanying PowerPoint files and the Acrobat files are now protected Bacteriology, Virology, Parasitology and Immunology quizzes are on the contents pages This site has achieved the highest ratings for comprehensiveness, clarity, layout and visibility on the web. See Here Real time PCR tutorial here
We are testing streaming video of the lectures in our Medical Microbiology and Immunology course using Explorer/PowerPoint Producer. We would appreciate your help in order to see how well the system works at a distance. Please go here for further information and to test the system
The search engine above does not yet search parasitology or mycology Please tell us where you come from or tell a friend about this book here Contact us Privacy and Funding Statement Access since August 24, 2002

44. Department Of Plant Pathology - Ithaca
Concentrations within the field are Plant Pathology, mycology, Molecular Plant Pathology, Plant Disease Epidemiology, and Ecological and Environmental Plant Pathology.
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Welcome to the Ithaca department of Plant Pathology at Cornell University. We're located in the beautiful Fingerlakes region of New York State. Our faculty is commited to exploring the frontiers of science and education. Browse through our pages to learn more about our research, teaching and outreach.
For Plant Pathology Department information, contact R. Loria, Chair and Professor
Department of Plant Pathology 334 Plant Science Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853
Tel: 607-255-3245 Fax: 607-255-4471 Page created July 2003 by Tatiana Lamela-Rabell
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45. Plant Pathology @ UGA
Emphasizes undergraduate and graduate education in the classroom, laboratory and field. Students receive training in bacteriology, epidemiology, genetics, hostpathogen interactions, mycology, nematology, molecular biology, pest management, and virology.

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Looking for an exciting career in the plant sciences? The Department of Plant Pathology offers extraordinary possibilities to gain experience in the variety of approaches used to investigate the nature and management of plant disease. Since the days of our first graduate student, Calvin C. Murray working with the founder of our Department, Julian H. Miller (pictured left), programs offered by the Department have prepared students for rewarding careers in every aspect of the discipline of plant pathology. The Department has a large faculty with diverse expertise building on strong traditions of scholarship in teaching, research and extension. There are excellent facilities at all three campuses (Athens, Griffin and Tifton) for work ranging from lab-based investigations of host-pathogen interaction to field investigations of diseases in apple, corn, cotton, cowpea, ornamentals, peaches, peanut, pecan, small fruits, small grains, soybean, tobacco, turf and vegetables. The Department emphasizes quality undergraduate and graduate education in the classroom, laboratory and field. Students receive excellent training in bacteriology, epidemiology, genetics, host-pathogen interactions, mycology, nematology, molecular biology, pest management, and virology. Many faculty include basic and applied aspects to their program so the student is exposed to the many facets of plant pathology. The faculty maintains high standards and works closely with students to provide maximum individual attention. Students must be highly motivated and committed to understanding how basic biological principles are applied to the science of plant pathology so disease can be understood and managed. In return, students can make significant contributions to agriculture, industry, science and society.

46. Forest Pathology And Mycology Laboratory - Home
Research projects on Phytophthora ramorum, Fusarium circinatum and Leptographium wagneri. Contains personnel, current research, diagnostic report, symptoms guide, papers, and related links. University of California, Berkeley, U.S.
June 6, 2004 New Links!
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47. General Mycology 427
Center for Medical mycology, Case Western Reserve University WebMaster Pranab K. Mukherjee, Ph.D.. Copyright © 2002 Center for Medical mycology,Department of Dermatology, Case Western Reserve University Last modified

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Systematics Terminology Photo Gallery ... Related Links Any questions or comments regarding the contents of this home page should be directed to Dr. Marc Orbach Last Modified: August 20, 2003

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Mushrooms of Tennessee (Under reconstruction - Please excuse) Click on photo to see enlargement Megacollybia platyphylla Chlorophyllum molybdites Meripilus giganteus Omphalotus illudens Gerronema strombodes Volvariella bombycina Gymnopus dryophilus Gymnopus dysodes Lepiota americana Boletus ornatipes ID not confirmed Boletus 'satanus' ID not confirmed Boletellus afn frostii ID not confirmed Lentinellus ursinus News and Notes Inhabitants Main Thrust ... Technicalities

49. Çѱ¹±ÕÇÐȸ
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50. Xylariaceae: Home
Keys and images of 12 genera of Xylariaceae.
HOME OF THE XYLARIACEAE Xylariaceae is one of the most commonly encountered groups of ascomycetes with most of its members being stromatic, peritheciate, with an iodine-positive ascus apical ring, and with one-celled, dark ascospores on which a germination slit can be found. Most are inhabitants of wood, seeds, fruits, or leaves of angiosperms. Some are associated with insect nests. Most decay wood and many are plant pathogens. Many are endophytes. They are commonly found throughout the temperate and tropical regions of the world. We have fully monographed or revised 14 genera of the Xylariaceae, including: Ascovirgaria Biscogniauxia Kuntze, Creosphaeria Theiss., Daldinia Discoxylaria Entoleuca Syd., Hypoxylon Bull., Jumillera Kretzschmaria Fr., Kretzschmariella Viégas, Nemania S. F. Gray, Stilbohypoxylon Henn., Vivantia Whalleya We compiled a LIST OF MOST PUBLISHED EPITHETS for the above-listed genera. You can find out the current status of a species or varietal name through the list which contains more than 1,300 epithets.

51. TIMM Index
Welcome to the Home Page of Medical mycology. The Oldest Internet Homepage of Medicalmycology in the World. Koichi MAKIMURA .

52. AG Mykologie Greifswald
Pilzkartierung, Pilzberatung, Pilzausstellung und Pilzbilder.
Fachgruppe Mykologie Vorpommern weitere Informationen über die AG... Pilz des Jahres 2000 nach einem Aquarell von Erhard Ludwig Amanita regalis (Königsfliegenpilz) Kontakt: Diese Seiten bestehen seit September 1999 Dr. Norbert Amelang Potthäger Damm 13 Helmshagen I 17498 Weitenhagen Tel. +49 (0)3834 820660 (home page)

53. Atlas Medical Mycology
TIMM.16.jpegto Teikyo University Institute of Medical mycology. AtlasMedical mycology. Click the image to see a more detailed version.

54. Dr. Fungus: Fungi, Fungus, Fungal
Answer. More mycology Factoids. The entire Bibliography of this site. Good Booksabout mycology. Earn CME credits. Image Bank. Images, images and more images.
- Select a category - The Fungi Mycoses Drugs Laboratory About Us Welcome to Doctor Fungus, your on-line reference to all things mycological! Fungi can cause a wide variety of infections.
In People
In Animals In Plants Yeast infections ...
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Date: June 01, 2004 Microbes in your gut could be cause of allergies
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Date: May 25, 2004 KENYA: Death toll from contaminated grain rises to 51
The grain had been contaminated with aflatoxin, a poisonous fungus that grows on cereals harvested or stored under damp conditions.
As reported in Washington Post Date: May 19, 2004 Scientists Try to Avert Fatal Oak Fungus It's called sudden oak death, and it has killed thousands of oaks on the Pacific Coast, infected dozens of other plant varieties and scientists and horticulturists fear could be making its way to the East. Read our Phytophthora ramorum description page! View News Archive New! What fungus causes mycosis fungoides? Answer You see the word for filamentous fungus written as both 'mold' and 'mould.'

55. Fries' Colors
An alphabetical list based on Wharton, H.T. (1884) On Fries' Nomenclature of Colours.
CONCORDANCE TO THE COLORS USED BY E.M. FRIES BASED ON A Aerugineus: bluish green, verdigris Aeruginosus: bluish green, verdigris Agyraceus: silvery white Albellus: whitish Albescens: whitish Albicans: becoming white Albidior: whitish Albidus: whitish Albineus: whitish Albus: white, dead white Alutaceus: buff, tan Argenteus: silvery white Argillaceus: light white clay, light brown ash-color Armeniacus: apricot color Ater: lusterless black Atratus: clothed in black Aurantiacus: light full orange, Cadmium orange Aureolus: gold colored, Cadmium yellow Aureus: gold colored, Cadmium yellow Azureus: ultramarine B Badius: reddish brown, bay horse Brunneus: Vandyke brown C Caeruleo-fuscus: dusky blue Caeruleus: azure, pale blue Caerulescens: becoming blue Caesius: pale bluish gray, gray eyes Candicans: becoming white Candidus: shining white Canus: very pale neutral gray, gray hair Carneolus: flesh color Carneus: pale red Castaneus: chestnut Cerinus: deeper and duller than straw color Cerussatus: colored with white lead Cervicolor: fawn color Cervinus: dark fawn color Chalybaeus: steel or iron gray Cinerascens: becoming ash gray Cinereo-pallidus: pale chalky gray Cinereus: wood ashes color Cinnabarinus: cinnabar red Cinnamomeus: cinnamon Citrinus: lemon yellow Coccineus: deep scarlet, carmine

56. BIOSIS Abstracts Of Mycology
Abstracts of mycology. Easyto-Browse Current Awareness Sources of MycologicalLiterature. Abstracts of mycology contains 17,000 new references each year.
Products Full Product List Product Updates Product Comparisons Vendor/Platform Comparisons ... Downloading Policy Training Resources Quick Reference Cards Workbooks Presentations Online Training About BIOSIS About Us News Releases Exhibit Schedule Abstracts of Mycology Easy-to-Browse Current Awareness Sources of Mycological Literature Abstracts of Mycology contains 17,000 new references each year. Abstracts of Mycology is a monthly current awareness publication providing the most extensive references to mycological studies reported in worldwide life science literature. All references in this publication are derived from the BIOSIS Previews database.

57. The New York Mycological Society
The New York Mycological Society (NYMS) is a nonprofit organization of 150 members who share an interest in mycology (the study of mushrooms and fungi) as well as in mycophagy (the eating of mushrooms.)
Please click HERE to get to the new website. The New York Mycological Society is a nonprofit organization of 150 members who share an interest in mycology (the study of mushrooms and fungi) as well as in mycophagy (the eating of mushrooms.) The present NYMS was reincarnated some 40 years ago by the composer John Cage and a small group of other mushroom lovers and students.
Mycology is Mushrooming! Mushrooms are the fruiting bodies of fungi, of which the vegetative growth is typically underground or in wood. Fungi serve a major recycling role in nature, breaking down dead trees and other organic material.
Fungi also help nourish trees and other plants, thus playing a key role in the health of our forests. And yes, some fungi can also play a destructive role in nature by attacking living things such as trees.Most mushrooms are not poisonous and quite a few are very good edibles. But some are very toxic and a few are deadly! Unfortunately there are no simple foolproof rules to distinguish the edible from the poisonous. One must learn individual mushroom species if one plans on eating mushrooms. The most important point is that no one should ever eat unknown mushrooms! When in doubt, throw it out!
Joining a mushroom club is the safe and fun way to learn about mushrooms and

58. Index
Scientific journals, publications, library, and mycological directory.
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59. Home Of The Toronto Medical Laboratories & Mount Sinai Hospital Department Of Mi
A medical microbiology/infectious diseases site produced by Mount Sinai Hospital and Toronto Medical Laboratories. It contains current infectious disease news, a mycology image gallery, bug of the month, tech teasers, and an online lab manual.
The MSH/TML Department of Microbiology is recognized as a center of excellence and has become a prime reference center for both hospital and private sector laboratories. Search Journal Articles by author, journal, title, topic, and year

60. Mycology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
mycology. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. mycology mycology is closelyrelated to phytopathology the study of plant diseases. Historically
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Mycology is the study of fungi , their genetic and biochemical properties, their taxonomy , and their use to humans as a source for medicinals (see penicillin ) and food ( beer wine cheese edible mushrooms ), as well as their dangers, such as poisoning or infection . Mycology is closely related to phytopathology : the study of plant diseases. Historically, mycology was a branch of Botany . Pioneer mycologists were Elias Magnus Fries Christian Hendrik Persoon , and Anton de Bary Today, the most comprehensively studied and understood fungi are the eukaryotic model organisms Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe . Many other fungi are economically and socially important as they are responsible for diseases like Potato blight Field expeditions to find interesting types of fungi (often edible mushrooms) are known as fungus forays , and are typically led by an expert mycologist. edit
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