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  1. Medical Mycology: A Self-Instructional Text by Martha E., M.D. Kern, et all 1997-01-15
  2. Introductory Mycology by Constantine J. Alexopoulos, Charles W. Mims, et all 1996-01-15
  3. Clinical Mycology
  4. Clinical Mycology with CD-ROM by Elias J. Anaissie MD, Michael R. McGinnis PhD, et all 2009-01-20
  5. Defensive Mutualism in Microbial Symbiosis (Mycology)
  6. Handbook of Industrial Mycology
  7. Medical Mycology by K. J. Kwon-Chung, John E. Bennett, 1992-08
  8. Notes on Medical Microbiology: Including Virology, Mycology and Parasitology by Katherine N. Ward, A. Christine McCartney, et all 2008-12-29
  9. Manual of Clinical Mycology by Norman F. Conant, etc., 1971-09-10
  10. Illustrated Dictionary of Mycology by Miguel Ulloa, Richard T. Hanlin, 2000-06-15
  11. Introduction to Modern Mycology by J. W. Deacon, 1997-07-15
  12. Principles and Practice of Clinical Mycology by F. C. Odds, 1996-05-13
  13. Fundamentals of Diagnostic Mycology by Fran Fisher MEdMT(ASCP), Norma B. Cook MAMT(ASCP), 1998-01-15
  14. Applied Mycology by Mahendra Rai, Paul Dennis Bridge, 2009-08-14

1. Mycology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
mycology (from the Greek , meaning fungus ) is the study of fungi, their genetic and biochemical properties, their taxonomy, and their use to humans
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation search Mycology (from the Greek μύκης, meaning "fungus") is the study of fungi , their genetic and biochemical properties, their taxonomy , and their use to humans as a source for tinder medicinals (e.g., penicillin ), food (e.g., beer wine cheese edible mushrooms ) and entheogens , as well as their dangers, such as poisoning or infection . From mycology arose the field of phytopathology , the study of plant diseases, and the two disciplines remain closely related because the vast majority of plant pathogens are fungi. A biologist who studies mycology is called a mycologist
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Historically, mycology was a branch of botany (fungi are evolutionarily more closely related to animals than to plants but this was not recognized until a few decades ago). Pioneer mycologists included Elias Magnus Fries Christian Hendrik Persoon Anton de Bary and Lewis David von Schweinitz Today, the most comprehensively studied and understood fungi are the yeasts and eukaryotic model organisms Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe Many fungi produce toxins antibiotics , and other secondary metabolites . For example, the

2. The Mycology.Net
The mycology Net an Internet Portal from Scientists for Scientists Presenting Information about Diversity of Fungi.
The Mycology.Net
an Internet Portal from Scientists for Scientists
Presenting Information about Diversity of Fungi Mycology.Net

3. Mycology Resources
Links to internet resources of interest to mycologists.
The WWW VL: Mycology
The WWW Virtual Library: Mycology
Welcome! These pages summarize internet resources of interest to mycologists (biologists who study fungi). Choose your favorite topic in the directory below or try the big hairy INDEX The WWW Virtual Library is a distributed and comprehensive catalog of internet resources maintained by volunteers. See also other branches in the Biosciences , or view the full subject catalog . Your curiosity about the WWW VL: Mycology, and your indecision concerning which sites to visit first might be alleviated by reading a bit about these pages The photo of Strobilomyces floccus at left was taken by Kent Loeffler . I welcome your comments, and also your additions and corrections. Please address them to Kathie Hodge,
Directory of Mycology Resources Pages
About these pages Collections of fungi: herbaria, culture collections Directories of mycologists and mycological labs Discussions: newsletters, books and serials General resources: taxonomy, biology, plant pathology Molecular genetics Guides: regional field guides and inventories Mushrooms: identification, cultivation

4. MykoWeb: Mushrooms, Fungi, Mycology
MykoWeb information on mushrooms and other fungi, mycophagy, and mycology primarily for the amateur. Includes descriptions, photographs, recipes,
Welcome to MykoWeb , WWW pages devoted to the science of mycology (the study of the fungi) and the hobby of mushrooming (the pursuit of mushrooms). It is a production of Michael Wood , a past president of the Mycological Society of San Francisco MykoWeb was started in the fall of 1995 and was one of the first internet mycology mushrooming sites.
The Fungi of California
The main attraction at MykoWeb is The Fungi of California , an expanded version of the former "Fungi of the San Francisco Bay Area". The Fungi of California contains photographs over species of fungi found in California, with over of the species with descriptions. There are currently over total photographs of the mushrooms. Included are links to other online descriptions and photos of the species treated plus references to common field guides. Also included is a Glossary of mycological terms and a Bibliography of useful mycological references. The Fungi of California is a joint project of Michael Wood and Fred Stevens.
Reprinted Books
MykoWeb has republished two books that are mycological treasures, but long out of print in book form. The first appears here as

5. Microbiology/Virology/Immunology/Bacteriology/Parasitology Text Book On-line
PART FIVE mycology. SHQIP ALBANIAN SEARCH VIDEO LECTURES. Fungi are eukaryotic organisms that do not contain chlorophyll, but have cell walls,

PART FIVE: MYCOLOGY SHQIP - ALBANIAN SEARCH VIDEO LECTURES Fungi are eukaryotic organisms that do not contain chlorophyll, but have cell walls, filamentous structures, and produce spores. These organisms grow as saprophytes and decompose dead organic matter. There are between 100,000 to 200,000 species depending on how they are classified. About 300 species are presently known to be pathogenic for man. There are four types of mycotic diseases:
1. Hypersensitivity - an allergic reaction to molds and spores.
2. Mycotoxicoses - poisoning of man and animals by feeds and food products contaminated by fungi which produce toxins from the grain substrate.
3. Mycetismus- the ingestion of preformed toxin (mushroom poisoning).
4. Infection
In this section, we shall be concerned only with the last type. Please tell us where you come from or tell a friend about this book here BACTERIOLOGY IMMUNOLOGY VIROLOGY ... MYCOLOGY Micrographs ©
Bristol Biomedical Image Archive
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6. Mycology Online
s of the organisms and the diseases they cause.......Contains lots of information on the fungi that cause human infections.
The University of Adelaide Home Search Mycology Online ... Laboratory Methods
Dr David Ellis

My name is David Ellis and I am Head of the Mycology Unit at the Adelaide Women's and
Children's Hospital, and an Affiliate Associate Professor in the School of Molecular and
Biomedical Science at the University of Adelaide, Australia. I hope you enjoy visiting this site.
Descriptions of Medical Fungi (second edition).
Kaminski's Digital Image Library
Mould Identification: A Virtual Self Assessment ...
International Society for Human and Animal Mycology
This site has been developed with assistance from Gilead Sciences Australia,
Mycology Online
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7. North American Mycological Association
NAMA the North American Mycological Association the home for amateur mycology in North America.
Sept. 25 - 28 :: Wildacres, NC Foray 2008
Wildacres, NC Foray September 25th - 28th 2008
Limited to 45 NAMA members. Registration $200 per person, inclusive, double occupancy. Contact: Glenda O'neal [] Download: Wildacres Registration Form December 29 - Point Reyes National Seashore Mycoblitz V
December 29, 2007, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Point Reyes National Seashore, CA Don't miss the only Mycoblitz for the 2007-2008 collecting season at the beautiful Point Reyes National Seashore. Once again, Dr. Tom Bruns will be foray mycologist. Meet at the Bear Valley Visitor Center at 9:00 a.m. For details, contact David Rust at Nov. 30 - Dec. 2 GULF STATES MYCOLOGICAL SOCIETY WINTER FORAY
Deadline for Registration is November 19, 2007.
Download Registration Forms:
(The forms above are in PDF format. Most computers can read and print these files. If you do not have PDF reading software you can get the free Adobe PDF Reader HERE If you have questions email Allein Stanley:

8. Mycology
mycology Image Library. Alphabetical list of organisms. Acremonium x40 x100; Alternaria mold 1 mold 2 Aspergillus species Aspergillus flavus

9. ScienceDirect - Experimental Mycology, Volume 19, Issue 4, Pages 241-337 (Decemb
Experimental mycology Copyright © 2007 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved Shortcut URL to this page http//
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pp. 1-90 (March 1995) Volume 18 (1994) Volume 17 (1993) Volume 16 (1992) Volume 15 (1991) ... Volume 1 (1977) Volume 19, Issue 4, Pages 241-337 (December 1995) No next vol/iss Article List Full Abstracts articles Biosynthetic Pathways of Glycerol Accumulation under Salt Stress in Aspergillus nidulans Pages 241-246 Rajendra J. Redkar, Robert D. Locy and Narendra K. Singh

10. SCI-BITES: Journals Ranked By Impact: Mycology
Journals Ranked by Impact mycology. 2, Studies in mycology (2.96), Yeast (4.25), Sabouraudia (15.57). 3, Fungal Diversity (2.30), Mycological Research


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11. Main Systematic Mycology And Microbiology
Researchers at the Systematic mycology and Microbiology Laboratory study the systematics of fungi important as biological control agents and plant pathogens
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Systematic Mycology and Microbiology Laboratory Researchers at the Systematic Mycology and Microbiology Laboratory study the systematics of fungi important as biological control agents and plant pathogens. Find out more about our mission Our name has changed! Read our new mission statement SMML scientists receive grant to study systematics of fungi in the Nectriaceae Interactive key to Hypocreales of the southeastern United States Dr. Amy Rossman participates in Barcode of Life Conference Online Resources
Research projects
U.S. National Fungus Collections (BPI)

12. Studies In Mycology
Web site for Studies in mycology. Studies in mycology. Stanford University Libraries HighWire Press ® assists in the publication of SIM Online
Instructions to authors Subscriptions About the journal Editorial board ... Fungal Biodiversity Centre (Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures)
Studies in Mycology.
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We have had a long colaboration with the PNW Forest mycology Team. However, the mycology Team came to and end with the retirement of Randy Molina in January
Rhizopogon evadens American matsutake
The Forest Mycology Program
Department of Forest Science, Oregon State University
An ectomycorrhiza of Douglas-fir
Forest Mycology and Mycorrhiza Research
T his site focuses on faculty and students from Oregon State University, Department of Forest Science. We have had a long colaboration with the PNW Forest Mycology Team . However, the Mycology Team came to and end with the retirement of Randy Molina in January, 2007. We are actively pursuing research on the effects of various forest management approaches on ectomycorrhizal fungi in an ecosystem context. The development of protocols for conserving and monitoring biological diversity of forest fungi is another important area of concentration. We are also conducting research and developing monitoring protocols for commercially harvested forest mushrooms. Our group has particular expertise with those fungi that produce hypogeous sporocarps (truffles). About a dozen mycological field studies are in place or planned throughout the Pacific Northwest region. The integrated research and extended perspective offered by our studies will produce information on long term interactions between mycorrhizal fungi, wild edible mushrooms, sustainable ecosystem productivity, and forest management practices. OSU Forest Mycology Personnel James Trappe , Professor (retired) and Guru Daniel Luoma , Assistant Professor Efren Cazares , Assistant Professor Joyce Eberhart , Senior Faculty Research Assistant David Pilz , Affiliate Faculty

14. Mycology At Humboldt State University
mycology at Humboldt State University. Fungi are covered in 6 courses offered through the Department of 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

15. Fungal Databases, Systematic Mycology And Microbiology Laboratory
International Mycological Institute s Index of Fungi. A database on the International Mycological Institute s Index of Fungi, covering 19402005,
DHTML JavaScript Website Pull Down Navigation Menu By Milonic Fungal Databases - Quick Search 1. For advanced searches select one of the databases above OR 2. Quickly search all the databases using a SINGLE name Enter a complete name (no wildcards) Examples: Alternaria porri, Alternaria porri f. sp. solani OR Enter the first four letters of the species epithet Is this a fungus? or a host name? Use synonyms English
Specimens in the U.S. National Fungus Collections
. The U.S. National Fungus Collections (BPI) are the repository for over one million fungal specimens worldwide and are the largest such collections in the world. Information associated with these specimens constitute an enormous data resource, especially about plant-associated fungi. Data from the labels ofmore than750,000of the specimens have been entered into a database. These labels have information on the host on which the fungus was found and the locality in which the specimen was collected. Sixty percent of these specimens are from the United States and thus represent a large body of information about the fungi in this country. Data entry has been completed for the Uredinales (rusts), the Ustilaginales (smuts), the Polyporales (polypores), the Deuteromycetes (imperfect fungi), the Ascomycetes, and the C.G. Lloyd collections. Recent progress has been made in the computerization of specimens of the agarics and the"lower" fungi including the Oomycetes and Chytridiomycetes. Fungus-Host Distributions . This database includes reports of fungi on vascular plants and plant products according to their distribution by state (for the U.S.) and country taken from over 12,000 literature sources. Currently the database contains 78,000 fungal taxa on 54,000 vascular plant hosts representing 310,000 unique host-fungus combinations. Over 300 countries and territories are included. Records are continuously added as new publications are received. This database was used to produce the book

16. Palouse Mycological Association
PMA, the amateur mushroom club of Washington State University, the University of Idaho, and surrounding area.
I ntroduction Welcome to the home page of the Palouse Mycological Association (PMA), the amateur mushroom club of Washington State University, the University of Idaho, and surrounding area. The Palouse Mycological Association is a relatively new club, formed in January, 1993 by Norma Copes who served as our president until 1995. The goal of our association is to provide opportunities for our members to gain a better understanding of mushrooms and related fungi through forays, presentations and fungal feasts. We have a dedicated and highly enthusiastic core of members and our numbers are growing each year. Our members include amateur and professional mycologists from the Pullman - Moscow area and the surrounding communities of the Palouse. Our scientific advisors are Dr. Lori Carris , associate professor at Washington State University and Dr. Edmund Tylutki, professor emeritus of the University of Idaho. Dr. Tylutki is the author of several books on regional fungi, including Volumes 1 and 2 of Mushrooms of Idaho and the Pacific Northwest

17. Mycology, University Of Tennessee
Welcome to the mycology Lab at the University of Tennessee Links to other mycology sites. Faculty and Students. Ronald H. Petersen Karen Hughes
Welcome to the Mycology Lab
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University of Tennessee
Research Research Support Recent Papers Pleurotus web site ... Fungal Herbarium Technical materials Meripilus giganteus , Knoxville (on roots in lawn) July 1, 2002. The fungus is edible but not tasty. The underside consists of small pores and bruises brown when handled. Photo Gallery (Photos of fungi) Links to other mycology sites Faculty and Students Ronald H. Petersen Karen Hughes Juan Luis Mata Ed Grand Former students and Colleagues Dirk Krueger Shannon Tieken Questions or comments? Contact Ron Petersen at or Karen Hughes at Key Words: Fungi, fungal systematics and evolution, molecular systematics, biological speciation, photographs of fungi

18. Forest Mycology Team - Pacific Northwest Research Station - USDA Forest Service
Forest mycology Team of the Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service.
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.

19. The Bibliography Of Systematic Mycology
Online and in print list of papers and books on all aspects of the taxonomy of fungi for each year.
CABI Bioscience Databases Search Index Fungorum Search Bibliography of Systematic Mycology Search Dictionary of the Fungi Hierarchy Search Family Names or Search Suprafamilial Names Search Species 2000 Fungal GSDs Search Authors of Fungal Names
The Bibliography of Systematic Mycology
Since 1943 the Bibliography of Systematic Mycology ( BSM ) has provided a survey of the literature encompassing the biodiversity, classification, distribution, evolution, identification, nomenclature, phylogeny, systematics and taxonomy of fungi (including those groups traditionally treated as fungi but now better classified in other kingdoms). The printed BSM provides full bibliographic details of relevant literature from books, conference proceedings, monographs and serials arranged under broad taxonomic categories, with author and generic indexes, and is published twice a year, cumulating into a volume over five years. Some 1500-2000 items per annum give comprehensive cover of both the pure and applied systematic mycological literature, from the level of kingdom right down to population. Book reviews and notices are also included. A back-file of these records covering the period from 1986 is now searchable on-line using genus or author names. The editor (

20. Field Mycology - Elsevier
Field mycology is devoted to the identification and study of wild fungi in Britain and Europe. It is designed to aid readers identification skills with
Home Site map Elsevier websites Alerts ... Field Mycology Journal information Product description Editorial board Audience Subscription information Bibliographic and ordering information Conditions of sale Dispatch dates Journal-related information Other journals in same subject area About Elsevier Select your view FIELD MYCOLOGY
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Field Mycology is devoted to the identification and study of wild fungi in Britain and Europe. It is designed to aid readers' identification skills with user-friendly keys, many colour illustrations, and tips on where and how to look for interesting and less commonly recorded species. It guides readers through the techniques required for identifying fungi in the field and under the microscope, provides reviews and guides to literature, and brings readers up-to-date with local and national recording and conservation schemes. All of this, plus the latest mycological news and events from Britain and around the world is presented. Field Mycology is edited by a panel of expert British mycologists and conservationists.

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