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  1. A Glossary of Mycology: Revised Edition by Walter Snell, Esther A. Dick, 1971-01-01
  2. Secondary Metabolism and Differentiation in Fungi (Mycology) by Bennett, 1983-07-21
  3. Food Mycology: A Multifaceted Approach to Fungi and Food
  4. Introduction to the History of Medical and Veterinary Mycology by G. C. Ainsworth, 2002-11-07
  5. Fungal Genetics: Principles and Practice (Mycology)
  6. Food and Beverage Mycology by Larry R. Beuchat, 1987-08-31
  7. Illustrations of British Mycology, Containing Figures and Descriptions of the Funguses of Interest and Novelty Indigenous to Britain (ser. 1) by Thomas John Hussey, 2010-01-10
  8. Journal of Mycology, Volume 10 by William Ashbrook Kellerman, Job Bicknell Ellis, 2010-01-12
  9. Filamentous Fungi: Industrial Mycology v. 1
  10. Bacteriology and Mycology of Foods by Fred Wilbur Tanner, 2010-03-26
  11. The Applied Mycology of Fusarium (British Mycological Society Symposia)
  12. Technical Mycology V2 Eumycetic Fermentation, Part 1: The Utilization Of Microorganisms In The Arts And Manufactures (1903) by Franz Lafar, 2008-10-27
  13. Pathological Mycology; an Enquiry Into the Etiology of Infective Diseases: Section 1. Methods (1885 ) by Sir German Sims Woodhead, 2009-10-21
  14. Journal of Mycology (Volume 11) by William Ashbrook Kellerman, 2010-10-14

61. Virginia Tech Mycology
Welcome to the Virginia Tech. mycology Lab! Amanita hemibapha Kwangnung Korea. mycologyLab Personnel (Click to see pictures). Cathie Aime. E-Mail
Welcome to the Virginia Tech
Mycology Lab!
Amanita hemibapha - Kwangnung Korea
Principle Investigator:
Professor Orson K. Miller, Jr.
Department of Biology
Derring Hall
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0406

Laboratory Personnel

General Information

Cathie Aime
... Southern Appalachian Fungi UPDATED 10/09/2001
General Information: We manage preserved fungal collections for the Virginia Tech Mycological Herbarium (VTMH) and fungal cultures for the Virginia Tech Culture Collection (VTCC). Collections and cultures are on searchable databases which we hope to make available over the Internet in the future (for more information contact Dr. Orson K. Miller, Jr. at: ). Collections include the Basidiomycetes, Ascomycetes, Zygomycetes, and Deuteromycetes. The greatest portion of our collections and culturesare in the Agaricales (mushrooms), Gasteromycetes, and Aphyllophorales.
The 28,000 collections of fungi in the VTMH include the most complete representation of species available from Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland. In addition, the largest assemblage of collections from Alaska (numbering 6000) are complemented by extensive material from alpine and desert habitats in Idaho and Montana. Smaller collections from Europe, Korea, South Africa, and Western Australia provide additional resources for study. Currently, the mycoflora of the Greater Antilles is being studied intensively.

62. Field Mycology
A new publication from the British Mycological Society devoted to the identification and study of wild fungi in Britain and Europe.

63. Department Of Forest Mycology And Pathology
SLU. Department of Forest mycology and Pathology. Box 7026, SE75007 UPPSALA Visiting address Ulls väg 26A. Phone +46-18-671873
Department of Forest Mycology and Pathology
Box 7026, SE-750 07 UPPSALA
Phone +46-18-671873 (secretary), fax +46-18-67 35 99
Consultative and diagnostic services
Other links of interest
This page was updated on 2002-03-13 by Anna Rosling

64. 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.

65. 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
Dieter Spaar Publication Details:
Volume 36, 2003, Quarterly
ISSN Print 0323-5408 ISSN Online 1477-2906 2003 Subscription Rates
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Institutional: US$791/£529
Individual: US$152/£125
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66. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - The 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.
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added the Chinese characters for mycology to note the completion of the translationof Introductory mycology by a team of Chinese mycologists mycology at LSU.
LSU HomePage Dept. of Biological Sciences LOUIS LSU Today ... Yahoo!
We have added the Chinese characters for "Mycology" to note the completion of the translation of Introductory Mycology by a team of Chinese mycologists
Mycology at LSU
Louisiana State University
380 Life Sciences Buildin g
Department of Biological Sciences
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803
Tel. 1-225-578-8551 or -8562 or -2601 (messages) Fa x
Lab day out.
A trip to western Louisiana, 29 March 2002, to check out dying dogwoods and maples and to collect beetles from basidiocarps.
See Flora Emma , daughter of Ning and Guohong, born 8 January 2003, 6 lbs 8 oz, 20 in.
17 March 2002 was the 94th anniversary of the birth of C.J. Alexopoulos MSA at Salt Lake City (25-29 August 2001) pix Current projects beetl e b ell ... sts Biodiversity: Beetles and their Yeast Endosymbionts from Basdiocarp Habitats Panama 2001 (photographs) L aboulbeniales Intimate Associates of Arthropods Spiderguys A New Collaboration D e epH y ... pha Research Coordination Networks in Biological Sciences: A Phylogeny for Kingdom Fungi Courses Fungi Mold the World Fungal Biology: SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Biological Sciences 4800 The World Around Us Boyd Professor Lecture Series UNIV 3005 Introductory Mycology BIOL/PLHL 4054 Prospective graduate students click here BioSci News and [SEE* the News Archive] Undergraduate Research in Biological Sciences at LSU (posters for July PLANTwise quiz Departmental Award Information IMC 7 is coming. Check it out:

68. 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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  • 69. Ingenta: All Issues
    user name. password ATHENS compliant. remember user name. enter. MedicineInternal Medicine, Medical mycology, ISSN 13693786 in our archives
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    Volume 34 (1996) through
    Volume 40 (2002) Publisher: BIOS Scientific Publishers Ltd see publisher's website see journal home page LATEST NEXT PREVIOUS EARLIEST Volume 40, Issue 5, 1 October 2002 Volume 40, Issue 4, 1 August 2002 Volume 40, Issue 3, 1 June 2002 Volume 40, Issue 2, 1 April 2002 Volume 40, Issue 1, 1 February 2002 Volume 39, Issue 1, 15 December 2001 Volume 39, Issue 6, 1 December 2001 Volume 39, Issue 5, 1 October 2001 Volume 39, Issue 4, 1 August 2001 Volume 39, Issue 3, 1 June 2001 Volume 39, Issue 2, 1 April 2001 Volume 39, Issue 1, 1 February 2001

    70. Insect Mycology
    Links for mycology, entomology, and invertebrate pathology. Insect Pathology,mycology, Biopesticide, Virology, Weeds, Nematology, Home.
    • Taxonomy, systematics and biology of fungal pathogens of invertebrates
    • Cooperation in research on fungal pathogens of invertebrates
    • Maintain the worlds largest and most diverse culture collection of insect pathogenic fungi
    For a description of the " Big Picture " click on this image Richard A. Humber , Insect Mycologist
    Karen S. Hansen, Biological Technician / Research
    USDA-ARS Collection of Entomopathogenic Fungal Cultures (ARSEF)
    General information: Updated 2/10/2003 Catalog of USDA-ARS Culture Collection are now available in PDF format. Links for mycology , entomology, and invertebrate pathology
    USDA-ARS Collection of Entompathogenic Fungal Cultures (ARSEF)
    The ARSEF culture collection is the world's largest and most diverse collection of cultures for fungal pathogens of insects, mites, spiders, nematodes, and other invertebrates. This collection is an internationally recognized research resource providing clients around the world with cultures, identifications, and information on entomopathogenic fungi.
    The collection currently comprises nearly 6000 isolates from more than 400 fungal taxa and ca. 930 diverse hosts, with isolates coming from every continent of the globe. ARSEF accessions of many taxa represent the only cultures of these fungi available anywhere. Such commonly encountered entomopathogens such as

    71. Mycology And Phytopathology
    Abstracts, Abstracts, Abstracts, Abstracts, Abstracts, Abstracts. Address199034, St.Peterburg, Mendeleev line, 1, mycology and phytopathology .
    Russian Academia of Science
    Publishing House "Nauka", St.-Peterburg Published since 1967. Editor-In-Chief: Yu.T.Dyakov
    e-mail: Editorial Board: I.V.Karatygin, N.P.Denisova, O.S.Afanasenko, K.A.Pystina (Secretary), I.P.Babyeva, M.V.Bibikova, M.A.Bondartseva, U.Braun, S.A.Burova, D.Yu.Vlasov, E.A.Vlasova, D.Wood, L.V.Garibova, I.A.Dudka, L.A.Kossior, M.M.Levitin, D.V.Minter, L.A.Mikhailova, E.L.Nezdoiminogo, E.P.Feofilova, N.P.Cherepanova. No. 34, Vol. 1, (2000) No. 34, Vol. 2, (2000) No. 34, Vol. 3, (2000) No. 34, Vol. 4, (2000) No. 34, Vol. 5, (2000) No. 34, Vol. 6, (2000) Contents Contents Contents Contents Contents Contents Abstracts Abstracts Abstracts Abstracts ... Abstracts
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    72. Index Of /faculty/science/bms
    Information on the Society, its activities, publications (particularly Mycological Research and Mycologist), and affiliated Fungus Groups. Links to many European and world sites relevant to mycology and mycologists and those interested in fungi.
    Index of /faculty/science/bms
    Name Last modified Size Description ... Parent Directory 07-Mar-2003 18:45 - Affiliations.html 10-Feb-2002 17:29 3k BMS.gif 31-Mar-2001 17:44 246k BMSlogo.jpg 14-Jun-2002 15:59 24k CCLedu.html 16-Jan-2001 16:08 2k CCLeduRec.html 16-Jan-2001 16:08 8k CCLpub.html 16-Jan-2001 16:08 12k Calendar.html 27-Apr-2001 17:27 4k Centenary.html 10-Feb-2002 17:32 2k Code.html 10-Feb-2002 17:31 7k Conservation.html 10-Feb-2002 17:30 3k Cover.jpg 16-Jan-2001 16:08 310k DEMO.html 16-Jan-2001 16:08 7k DEMOindex.html 16-Jan-2001 16:08 7k Dick.gif 28-Mar-2001 15:34 77k Etal.html 18-Dec-2002 15:32 37k FF.jpg 29-Apr-2002 14:35 81k Foraybox.html 10-Feb-2002 17:33 18k FungusFred.html 18-Dec-2002 15:32 3k Gow.gif 28-Mar-2001 15:34 81k Guidelines.html

    73. 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
    Last Issue
    Volume 19 (2002); Issue 3
    Aflatoxin biosynthesis
    Three years incidence of dermatophytes in a hospital in Porto (Portugal)
    Three cases of imported histoplasmosis in our hospital
    Guttural pouch mycosis by Emericella nidulans in a horse
    Structural changes in sugar cane buds during infection by the fungus Ustilago scitaminea
    Clinical cases in medical mycology
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    Promotes mycology and facilitates the study and conservation of Australasian fungi through journal publications and conferences. Contains society information and relevant links.
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    75. Ingenta Select
    Similar pages Review of Medical and Veterinary mycology research database for Research database of medical and veterinary mycology – pathogenic fungi and actinomycetes,fungal infections (mycoses), mould allergies, fungal poisoning
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    76. Tom Volk's Fungi-- Including Mushrooms, Mycology, Molds, Indoor Air Quality, Mor
    Information on mushrooms mycology. Mushroom Forays and Workshops information. Teaching with Images of Fungi. Mycological 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 still be able to find everything you wanted to know about fungi by clicking on the on the links on the image to the left or on the text links in the box below. 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 his Botany Instructional Technology Page at for the Botany web page on the internet. You'll be very impressed. Recent Press! I was recently on the front page of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel for some of my work with the American chestnut. You can read the article online here! More Press! I was recently interviewed by Mushroom: the Journal of Wild Mushrooming . Leon Shernoff of Chicago has recently taken over the reins of the journal, and promises new an interesting features. The journal is available online as well as a more extensive print publication, now with color! I highly recommend that you subscribe. NEW Search Function!!

    77. Ïåðâûé Âñåðîññèéñêèé Êîíãðåññ ïî Ìåäèöèíñê
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    78. Canadian Mycological Resource
    A canadian focus on mushrooms, fungi, and mycology resources.
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    What's New?
    is a new site providing Canadian content on mycological issues. Useful links, and other relevant material will be provided to help both amateurs and professionals track down what they need on the web. The ultimate usefullness of this site will depend on input from all of you. Suggest links, provide news, articles, and pictures. Make the site what you need it to be. Contact us at Who is Right now a couple of volunteers. Mycologue Publications (a Canadian Mycology Publisher who carry Bryce Kendrick's The Fifth Kingdom ) has kindly donated the web space. Bryce Kendrick has offered to help provide some content. In time maybe you will have some ideas to contribute. November 2002

    79. 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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    80. Mycologist
    General interest journal that publishes material of interest to both specialists and nonprofessionals in mycology.

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