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  1. Fungal Genetics: Principles and Practice (Mycology Series, Vol 13)
  2. Veterinary Mycology Laboratory Manual by Laura L. Hungerford, Charles L. Campbell, et all 1998-07-15
  3. Genes and Genomics, Volume 5 (Applied Mycology and Biotechnology) by Dilip K Arora, Randy Berka, 2005-12-28
  4. An Introduction to Mycology by R. S. Mehrotra, K. R. Aneja, 1990-12
  5. Fungal Differentiation: A Contemporary Synthesis (Mycology)
  6. Bioinformatics, Volume 6 (Applied Mycology and Biotechnology)
  7. Medical Mycology and Human Mycoses by Everett Smith, Ph.D. Beneke, Alvin Lee, Ph.D. Rogers, 1996-08
  8. Medical Mycology
  9. Mycology Laboratory Procedure Manual by Glenn Roberts, 1979
  10. Vistas in Mycology and Plant Pathology ; Commemoration Volume in Honour of Dr. (Mrs.) L.N. Nair by L.V. Gangawane, 2000
  11. A bibliography of mycology and phytopathology of Central and South America, Mexico and the West Indies, (Journal of agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico) by José I Otero, 1937
  12. Fungal Diversity an International Journal of Mycology (24)
  13. Recent advances in medical and veterinary mycology: Proceedings of the Sixth Congress of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology, Tokyo, 1975 by International Society for Human and Animal Mycology, 1977
  14. Diagnostic Medical Mycology by Ph.D. Leanor D. Haley, 1964

61. Mycology At Humboldt State University
mycology at Humboldt State University. Fungi mycology). Graduate studentsand their research. LongTerm Rsearch in the mycology laboratory.
MYCOLOGY at Humboldt State University Fungi are covered in 6 courses offered through the Department of Biological Sciences. NAVIGATION INSTRUCTIONS: If an icon with a blue margin is found to the left of the course, click on it to obtain more information. Graduate students and their research Long-Term Rsearch in the mycology laboratory

62. OSU: Botany And Plant Pathology: Botany 461/561
Botany 461/561 Introductory mycology. This site has movedto http//
Botany 461/561: Introductory Mycology
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63. North American Mycological Society
An organization promoting amateur and professional mycology. NAMA provides educational services, and conducts annual mushroom forays, and photo contests. Membership includes a bimonthly newsletter and annual journal.
Why should you join NAMA?
NAMA, the North American Mycological Association, is a non-profit organization of amateur and professional mycologists with more than 60 affiliated local mycological clubs throughout North America. NAMA’s mission is "to promote, pursue, and advance the science of mycology."
NAMA members expand their knowledge of fungi through:
  • The Mycophile, NAMA’s bi-monthly newsletter.
  • McIlvainea: The Journal of Amateur Mycology, NAMA’s bi-annual, juried journal.
  • Working with world-class mycologists: amateur NAMA members play an important role in professional mycological research.
  • Developing friends with whom to foray throughout the world.
  • Mycological discussions via a NAMA-supported email list.
NAMA members are eligible to attend NAMA forays, including:
  • The annual NAMA foray, which attracts 200-300 people from all over the continent, as well as guests from other parts of the world. These educational forays cover the interests of beginners as well as professionals. The location of the annual foray rotates throughout the continent.
  • NAMA’s regional forays, for 20-80 people, offer a more intimate chance to learn. As soon as possible, NAMA plans to offer an annual regional foray in each of these regions: the northwest, north central, northeast, southwest, south central and southeast.

64. Index Of /hypermail/MYCOLOGY mycology Plant Pathology Internet Guide Book (PPIGB) Digital Exsiccate of Fungi, Botany and mycology, University of Tübingen, Germany. mycologyand Plant Pathology Research at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
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And now, a word from our sponsors... Please contact if you wish to advertise in this space. BIOSCI Home Page mycology Charter Other Newsgroups BIOSCI Documentation ... Post a new article to mycology/bionet.mycology via the BIOSCI mail-Usenet gateway. Read the most recent mycology/bionet.mycology articles This archive is broken down by year (YYYY) and month (MM)
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65. Microbiology And Immunology On-line
Online text book. Sections on bacteriology, immunology, virology, parasitology, mycology. Chapters are accompanied by notes in pdf format and PowerPoint slides. Links to other web resources
Today is
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

66. Revista Iberoamericana De Micología
original work on all aspects of invasive fungal disease in humans, animals and plants,mycotoxicosis, fungal taxonomy and biology, industrial mycology and any

Biology of Dermatophytes and other Keratinophilic Fungi

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Invasive aspergillosis: clinical manifestations and treatment
Laboratory diagnosis of invasive aspergillosis
Aspergillus C Pazos, A del Palacio Usefulness of galactomannan detection in the diagnosis and follow-up of hematological patients with invasive aspergillosis Aspergillus galactomannan detection in allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation M Rovira Tarrats; J Puig de la Bellacasa Value of Aspergillus galactomannan antigen detection in the diagnosis and follow-up of invasive aspergillosis in hematological patients Join our mailing list:

67. Home - Management Of Phytophthora Diseases In Durian
Research done by teams from Australia, Thailand and Vietnam. Contains project information, results, contacts and links to events. University of Melbourne, Australia.
ACIAR PHT/1995/134 - Management of Phytophthora Diseases in Durian The aim of this website is to document the background to, and progress of a project called the 'Management of Phytophthora Diseases in Durian'.
The project is a collaborative effort between Australia, Thailand and Vietnam. The ultimate aim of the research is to produce a set of recommendations for farmers to aid in the control of Phytophthora and the diseases it causes in durian. We hope that this site will be of interest and use to the following people:
  • plant pathologists horticulturalists durian farmers farmers of other crops that are susceptible to Phytophthora diseases lovers of good quality durian fruit
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68. Department Of Forest Mycology And Pathology
SLU. Box 7026, SE750 07 UPPSALA Visiting address Ulls väg 26A. Phone +46-18-671873(secretary), fax +46-18-67 35 99. hem. Svenska. You are visitor. since 24/3-03.
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69. A Taylor & Francis Health Sciences Journal: Medical Mycology
A Taylor Francis Health Sciences Journal Medical mycology Medicalmycology. Editor Ira F. Salkin School of Public Health, State
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Medical Mycology Editor: Ira F. Salkin School of Public Health, State University of New York, USA
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Volume 42, 2004, 6 issues per year
ISSN Print 1369-3786 ISSN Online 1460-2709 2004 Subscription Rates
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Aims and Scope: Medical Mycology is an international journal which focuses on original and innovative studies of all aspects of medical, veterinary and environmental mycology. The topics include, but are not limited to mycological, biochemical and molecular investigations of etiological agents of mycoses; aspects of pathogenesis, immunology, and epidemiology of mycotic diseases; case reports of unusual medical or veterinary fungal infections; laboratory approaches to the identification of fungal pathogens, antifungal therapy and prophylaxis; mode of action, pharmacokinetics and assessments of new antifungal agents; investigations of the mycological aspects of the indoor environment, with a focus on human and animal health. The aim of the journal is to present the best scientific reports from throughout the world and in so doing to provide a comprehensive reference base for medical mycologists, microbiologists, clinicians, and environmental specialists.

70. Homepage Of The North West Fungus Group
Homepage of fungus recording group based in the Northwest of England and Wales. The site includes lots of information about fungi, mushrooms and mycology.
About Fungi Beginner's Section Edible Fungi Fungus Facts ... Residential Weekend, Blencathra, Cumbria
North West Fungus Group
The North West Fungus Group (NWFG) was established in 1994 as a regional umbrella group to promote an interest in fungi in the Northwest of England and Wales, UK. We cover the counties of Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside in England, and the vice-counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire (now part of Clwyd) in Wales. The main aims of the group are as follows:
  • To identify and record the fungi in the Northwest region. To promote an interest in fungi through forays, talks and workshops open to members of the Group and others with an interest in joining the Group. To promote an interest in fungi through talks given to natural history societies and the general public. To promote the conservation of fungi and of threatened habitats of rare fungi. To liaise with other relevant groups and active individuals in the Northwest.

We are affiliated to the British Mycological Society and produce two newsletters a year.

71. The British Society For Medical Mycology Website
The British Society for Medical mycology
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72. Forest Mycology Team - Pacific Northwest Research Station - USDA Forest Service
Forest mycology Team of the Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDAForest Service. USDA Forest Forest mycology Team.
Forest Service National Links Forest Service Home Employment International Forestry Just for Kids Publications Recreational Activities Forest Mycology Team Forest Mycology Team About Us Contact Us FAQ'S ... Our favorite mycological web pages Forest Mycology Team
Pacific Northwest Research Station
Forestry Sciences Laboratory
3200 Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
The mission of the Forest Mycology Team is to provide a fundamental understanding of the biological and functional diversity of forest fungi and to develop and apply information gained in an ecosystem context to conserve the fungal resource and sustain the health and productivity of forest ecosystems. The team's research is divided into three problem areas: 1) Ecology, biology, and functional diversity of forest fungi. This area considers issues related to fungal taxonomy, systematics and phylogeny, understanding and documenting fungal communities in space and time, examining effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances on the ecology of forest fungi, and exploring important ecosystem functions of forest fungi, particularly their roles in ecosystem resiliency and health.

73. A Taylor & Francis Journal: Archives Of Phytopathology And Plant Protection
Print and online journal covering virology, bacteriology, mycology, herbal studies, applied nematology and entomology, and disease control strategies. Contains author information and subscription details.
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Archives of Phytopathology and
Plant Protection Editors: Theo Wetzel
, Steinbeis-Transferzentrum Integrierter, Pflanzenschutz und Oekosysteme, Untere Kirchstr. 6, Pausa, D-07952 Germany
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Volume 37, 2004, Quarterly
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Aims and Scope: Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection publishes original papers and reviews covering all scientific aspects of modern plant protection. Subjects include phytopathological virology, bacteriology, mycology, herbal studies and applied nematology and entomology as well as strategies and tactics of protecting crop plants and stocks of crop products against diseases. The journal devotes much space to articles dealing with scientific aspects of integrated plant protection within the framework of ecologically sound and economically reasonable land cultivation. Relevant topics include advanced methods of diagnosis, computer-assisted diagnosis, research and new findings in the field of plant and soil hygiene, biological methods of plant protection, selective chemical methods of plant protection, and the effects of plant-protecting agents and their toxicology, methods to induce and utilize crop resistance, techniques of application and economic aspects of plant protection.

74. Ingenta: All Issues -- Medical Mycology
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75. Tom Volk's Fungi-- Including Mushrooms, Mycology, Molds, Indoor Air Quality, Mor
Information on mushrooms and mycology, forays and workshop information, images for teaching, and related resources.
Tom Volk's Fungi
Department of Biology
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Greetings from Wisconsin!! I am a Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Welcome to my web pages! You should be able to find "fair and balanced" answers to your questions about fungi clicking on the on the links on the image to the left or on the text links below, including a search function . I am happy to have you link to my page; please link directly to Thanks to Mike Clayton of the Botany Department at the University of Wisconsin- Madison for hosting my web pages. See Mike's Botany Instructional Technology Page at for the Botany page on the internet. You'll be very impressed. June's Fungus of the Month is another interesting mycoparasite. But which one will it be? It's my 90 th Fungus of the Month! Special Greetings to new visitors from a link in the June 2004 issue of Nature Biotechnology , where my photo of Phanerochaete chrysosporium appeared in an article announcing the sequencing of that fungus' genome. You can read more about this white-rot fungus and its use in biotechnology

76. Mycology-Image Archive
mycology Image Archive Julius Schäffer (1882, Markgröningen 1944, Diessen am Ammersee) teacher, mycologist, specialist eg
Mycology Image Archive Agaricus Cortinarius and Russula Agaricus bitorquis (Quél.) Sacc.
Agaricus praeclaresquamosus
E. M. Freeman
Amanita lepiotoides
Bolbitius titubans
(Bull. : Fr.) Fr.
Inocybe oblectabilis
(Britzelm.) Sacc.
Lyophyllum fumosum
(Pers. : Fr.) Orton
Russula nitida
(Pers. : Fr.) Fr.
Tricholoma acerbum
(Bull. : Fr.) Quél.

77. Mike's Home Page
Includes full text of three historical books on British fungi, index to illustrations in The Mycologist and Field mycology, and links.
Mike's Home Page
This page forms a jumping-off point to other pages and other sites which are related to my various interests. I hope that you find them useful. If you have any comments, please e-mail Mike Walton on (Paste the e-mail address into your e-mail program and remove the
Alphabetical Index
Fungi Lichens Microscopy North Western Naturalists' Union ... The Field Studies Council holds courses in the UK and Northern Ireland on fungi, lichens, mosses and liverworts and, indeed, on most 'natural history-related' subjects as part of its mission 'to promote a better understanding of our environment and the way in which we use it.')
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  • 78. Candida Adherence Mycology Research Unit
    Candida Adherence mycology Research Unit. Research Unit CoordinatorJohn E. Edwards, Jr., MD Core Project Investigators Jim E. Cutler
    Candida Adherence Mycology Research Unit
    Research Unit Coordinator: John E. Edwards, Jr., M.D.
    Core Project Investigators: Jim E. Cutler, Ph.D., John E. Edwards, Jr., M.D.,
    William A. Fonzi, Ph.D. and Thomas R. Kozel, Ph.D.
    Harbor-UCLA Med Ctr
    Montana State University
    Georgetown University
    Univ. of Nevada, Reno
    Description of Unit Investigations
    Nationwide, bloodstream infections with Candida species have increased by 219-487% between 1980-1989, and these organisms now account for 10% of all nosocomial bloodstream isolates. This incidence equals that of Escherichia coli and surpasses Klebsiella species. In addition to hematogenously disseminated candidal infections, mucocutaneous candidal infections are becoming increasingly problematic, especially in patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS); 80% of these patients have candidal infections. Adherence to epithelial cells is the first step in colonization by Candida and subsequent establishment of mucocutaneous infection. Similarly, adherence to intravascular structures is considered to be a critical step in the egress of the blood-borne fungi from the intravascular compartment, as they hematogenously infect target organs. Because the mortality rates associated with candidal infections remain disturbingly high despite the presence of antifungal agents with excellent in vitro activity against Candida , optimal therapy requires strategies to increase host resistance to candidal infection (such as blocking adherence), combined with the use of antifungal agents. After more than two decades of study, a single integrated understanding of the adhesive process in candidiasis has not evolved. One of our primary objectives in forming a

    79. Journal Of Medical Microbiology
    Journal of the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Covering medical, dental and veterinary microbiology and infective diseases, including bacteriology, virology, parasitology and mycology.

    80. Mycology Web Page
    mycology is the branch of biology concerned with fungi. The Kingdom of Fungi is comparablein diversity, size and importance to the Plant and Animal kingdoms.
    Mycology is the branch of biology concerned with fungi . The Kingdom of Fungi is comparable in diversity, size and importance to the Plant and Animal kingdoms. Unlike plants and animals, however, most fungi are microscopic in size and cannot be viewed easily in their natural habitats. Because fungi cannot be observed directly, their biology must be inferred from accumulated evidence of their activities gathered by a variety of experimental and sampling methods. The Department of Botany of the University of Toronto has a long tradition in mycology stretching back to the beginning of the Twentieth Century. This tradition continues today with courses of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as in active research programs. Lab Pages Botany Home Page Faculty Profiles
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