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         Fungi:     more books (101)
  1. Collins Fungi Guide: The Most Complete Field Guide to the Mushrooms and Toadstools of Britain & Europe by Stefan Buczacki, 2011-06-01
  2. Collins Complete British Mushrooms and Toadstools: The Essential Photograph Guide to Britain's Fungi (Collins Complete Guides) by Paul Sterry, 2009-11-01
  3. Plants & Fungi: Multicelled Life (Cells & Life) by Robert Snedden, 2002-10
  4. Introduction to Fungi by John Webster, Roland Weber, 2007-03-05
  5. Fungi and Environmental Change (British Mycological Society Symposia)
  6. North American Mushrooms: A Field Guide to Edible and Inedible Fungi (Falconguide) by Dr. Orson K. Miller Jr., Hope Miller, 2006-05-01
  7. Medically Important Fungi: A Guide to Identification by Davise Honig Larone, 2002
  8. Fungi: Ascomycetes, Ustilaginales, Uredinales (Cambridge Library Collection - Life Sciences) by Helen Gwynne-Vaughan, 2010-10-31
  9. Ectomycorrhizal Fungi: Key Genera in Profile
  10. The Romance of the Fungus World by R. T. and F. W. Rolfe, 1974-06-01
  11. Saving Yourself from the Disease-Care Crisis by Walt Stoll, 1996-06
  12. Biodiversity of Fungi: Inventory and Monitoring Methods
  13. Mushrooms and Other Fungi of the Midcontinental United States (Bur Oak Guide) by Donald M. Huffman, Lois H. Tiffany, et all 2008-03-15
  14. Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc. by George Francis Atkinson, 2010-07-06

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22. Home Page
Interesting information on historical references, pathogen and mythology of fungi.
FUN WITH FUNGI Here is my part of the trilogy of Fun With Fungi. Check out the topics below. [MYTHOLOGY] [HISTORICAL REFERENCES] [PATHOGEN] If you have not seen my partners websites, let me take you there. MYTHOLOGY For a very long time this group of organism has been misunderstood as well as misrepresented. The lack of scientific knowledge of our predecessors did not help the cause. Fungi appears only temporarily and most often after periods of rain. The strangeness of its forms, the rapidity of growth, its fleeting existence has contributed to the association of fungi to metaphysical activities and beings. The evil smell of the stinkhorn, the poison of the death cap has also in many cases rendered an evil nature to the fungi. Visit the Mythology page to learn more about the many tales behind the names given to fungi HISTORICAL REFERENCES Perhaps the sad truth about fungi is that they have found their way into the history of mankind through the manifestation of plant and animal diseases and in cases of fungi poisoning through consumption. In the past, man were not aware that the cause of these plant and animal disease was fungi, the same kingdom of organisms as the mushrooms, the toadstools. It is only later that the origin of the diseases was known. However, not all accounts are bad. Many references were also made of fungi as food. This is especially of the delicacies, truffles and morels. In the case of its use in medication, the cordyceps and lingzhi has been purported by the Chinese to have great healing powers.

23. Fungi Images On The Net
fungi Images on the Net. This homepage uses FRAMES. Your browser can not use FRAMES.Download Netscape 3.0 or look at it without the use of frames at Imagelist.
Fungi Images on the Net
This homepage uses FRAMES. Your browser can not use FRAMES. or look at it without the use of frames at Imagelist

24. Integrated Taxonomic Information System
Authoritative taxonomic information on plants, animals, fungi, and microbes of North America and the world.
Welcome to ITIS, the Integrated Taxonomic Information System! Here you will find authoritative taxonomic information on plants, animals, fungi, and microbes of North America and the world. We are a partnership of U.S., Canadian , and Mexican agencies ( ITIS-North America ); other organizations; and taxonomic specialists. ITIS is also a partner of Species 2000 and the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Quick search on: Any Name or TSN* Common Name Scientific Name TSN* In: every Animal Plant Fungal Monera Kingdom exactly for containing starting with ending with Taxonomic Serial Number (TSN) Go to Advanced Search and Report
Last Updated: 20-Aug-2002

Search nearly 28,000 strains of filamentous fungi. Search
Search CBS Filamentous Fungi database When you have selected one of the following categories a form is displayed in which you can enter one or more search arguments. Species name
This option allows you to specify (part of) a species name; when records have been retrieved you may select species for which data have to be displayed. The data include synonyms and strains.
Strain number

This option allows you to search for a strain with a particular strain number. The number may be a CBS collection number, e.g. 603.74 or a number from another collection, like IMI 200310.
Properties of species/strains

This option allows you to search for species or strain having particular properties, like enzymes produced, diseases caused, substrate from which strains were isolated. Home About us Location of the institute History of the CBS ... Patent deposits Contract Research Prices
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Courses • Progress reports ... Indoor moulds

26. Mycology Resources
This virtual library of mycology sites is a place to start looking for information about fungi.Category Science Biology Mycology...... Directory of Mycology Resources Pages. About these pages, Collections offungi herbaria, culture collections. Teaching and learning about fungi,

27. Atlas Polskich Grzybów - Na Grzyby! (FUNGI AND MUSHROOMS OF POLAND)
Photographs and description of thousands species of macrofungi growing in Poland and Central Europe. Includes a determination key. In English and Polish.
Atlas polskich grzybów
"Na grzyby!" FUNGI OF POLAND
(and Czech Republic pro part) gatunków (415 z opisami)
ponad fotografii grzybów species
over photographs Skorowidz:

scientific names

common names
Klucz do oznaczania Jak oznaczaæ ... CD version Wokó³ grzybów:
Jak zbieraæ grzyby?
Grzyby truj¹ce Grzyby chronione Przepisy kulinarne ...
Over 8000 direct links to fungi pages or photographs on The Net
Mo¿esz pomóc dodaj¹c odsy³acz na swojej stronie WWW. Przyk³ad kodu HTML odsy³acza: Dziêkujê. You may help adding link in your Web site. HTML e.g.: Thank you. Strona domowa Autora Zobacz te¿ atlas roœlin Wy³¹czny sponsor hostowania atlasu - firma Noris II (

28. Environmental Microbiology Laboratory
Offers indoor testing for contaminants in air and surface samples. Specialization includes the identification and analysis of mold, fungi, bacteria, other bioaerosols and allergens at their laboratory in San Bruno, CA.
Quick Links Log-in Chain of Custody (pdf) Fungal Library
New to EMLab? New User Introduction Quality Assurance Become a Client Contact Us The Environmental Reporter Subscribe to our NEW technical newsletter for IAQ Professionals!
Environmental Microbiology Laboratory, Inc. (EMLab) is the leading commercial indoor air quality testing laboratory in North America. We specialize in the analysis of air and surface samples for fungi and bacteria, including:
  • Culturable air samples (BioCassette, Andersen, SAS, etc.) Spore trap samples (Zefon Air-O-Cell cassettes, Allergenco, Burkard and BioSIS slides) Tape, bulk, swab, and water samples E. coli and Legionella analysis MoldVocs Sewage clearance Dust mite allergen testing
Our Experience EMLab's analytical staff includes only degreed and highly trained analysts, the majority with advanced degrees. The company has an industry-leading management and scientific team headed by David Gallup, EMLab's C.E.O., and Janet Gallup, the company's founder and senior mycologist. Additionally, Dr. Harriet Burge is the company's Director of Aerobiology and Chair of EMLab's Scientific Advisory Board. Your Microbiology Lab Environmental Microbiology Laboratory supports a full range of IAQ professionals including industrial hygienists, IAQ consultants, environmental specialists, mold remediation and HVAC contractors, hospitals and medical professionals, public health departments, building owners and commercial property managers, engineering and construction firms, and the insurance, real estate and legal professions.

29. Science Fair Projects With Mushrooms And Fungi
Ideas and approaches to science projects involving mushroom cultivation, from readymade mushroom kits to culturing mushroom tissue from the wild.
Science fair project ideas using mushrooms and fungi
Mushroom growing offers endless possibilities for science projects and experiments. Below I offer a few ideas, and there are links at the bottom to my pages offering the peroxide-in-mushroom-growing manual, Growing Mushrooms the Easy Way, Home Mushroom Cultivation with Hydrogen Peroxide Basics of Mushroom growing : Read this for an overview of the process.
: Take a look at actual winning science projects sent by students. Project using mushroom kits
Here are some projects you can do, starting with a mushroom kit (or a pair of kits, one for a control). A mushroom kit is ready to start forming mushrooms when you receive it. But remember to plan ahead and give yourself enough time for the mushrooms to growthis usually takes two to three weeks. (Sorry, I am no longer selling kitssee my Links page for other suppliers). With a kit, you can test things like:
  • What happens to mushrooms grown with no light, or too much light? No moisture, or too much moisture? No fresh air?
  • What color of light has the most positive effect on mushroom formation?
  • 30. Mycology Resources Teaching
    A web page on fungal infections of the skin is available through the SingaporeNational Skin Care Centre. Dictionary of the fungi. Fun Facts about fungi.

    Research suggestions from the INVAM Culture Collection at West Virginia University.
    Go back to INVAM's home page
    Freezing germ plasm in liquid nitrogen
    When INVAM was at the University of Florida, refrigerated cultures of some accessions appeared to have a short storage life. As a result of these problems, Douds and Schenck (1990) developed a procedure to store dried contents of pot cultures in liquid nitrogen summarized in their abstract (with the most important result highlighted in red): Storage of spores of vesicular-arbuscular (VA) mycorrhizal fungi in soil at 5 °C is a common way of preserving these fungi. This method was satisfactory for Glomus intraradices but not for Gigaspora margarita Glomus mosseae , and Acaulospora longula . Preservation of spores at -60 to -70 °C was examined. Cryoprotectants such as DMSO, glycerol, mannitol, and sucrose were ineffective using the freeze-damage sensitive species G. margarita . Incubation for 47 h in 0.75 to 1.0 M trehalose conferred a measure of freeze damage protection to the spores such that germination rates of previously frozen spores of G. margarita

    32. Internet Directory For Botany Algae, Bryophytes, Fungi
    links to many interesting sites in lower plants, e.g. algae, bryophytes and fungi.
    The Internet Directory for Botany - Subject Category List and the Helsinki mirror site of the Internet Directory for Botany - Alphabetical List have been closed. The main page of the Internet Directory for Botany in Canada is still accessible.

    33. New York City Department Of Health & Mental Hygiene - Environmental & Occupation
    Guidelines on Assessment and Remediation of fungi in Indoor Environments. This documentrevises and expands the original guidelines to include all fungi (mold).
    Guidelines on Assessment and Remediation
    of Fungi in Indoor Environments

    Executive Summary On May 7, 1993, the New York City Department of Health (DOH), the New York City Human Resources Administration (HRA), and the Mt. Sinai Occupational Health Clinic convened an expert panel on Stachybotrys atra in Indoor Environments. The purpose of the panel was to develop policies for medical and environmental evaluation and intervention to address Stachybotrys atra (now known as Stachybotrys chartarum (SC)) contamination. The original guidelines were developed because of mold growth problems in several New York City buildings in the early 1990's. This document revises and expands the original guidelines to include all fungi (mold). It is based both on a review of the literature regarding fungi and on comments obtained by a review panel consisting of experts in the fields of microbiology and health sciences. It is intended for use by building engineers and management, but is available for general distribution to anyone concerned about fungal contamination, such as environmental consultants, health professionals, or the general public. We are expanding the guidelines to be inclusive of all fungi for several reasons:
    • Many fungi (e.g., species of

    34. Enzyme And Microbial Technology
    Publishing original research and reviews on basic and applied aspects of the use of enzymes and microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, algae, yeasts, protozoa, viruses, animal and plant cells.
    Home Search What's New
    Electronic Services
    ... Links Enzyme and Microbial Technology
    Journal Information


    Bibliographic and Ordering Information
    Dispatch Dates
    Author Gateway
    The fast and efficient new author service for this journal
    Information and services for Editors
    Contents Services
    Tables of Contents and Abstracts

    Free Sample Copy
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    Last update: 20 Mar 2003

    35. Zoosporic Fungi Online Home Page
    Resource of information on zoosporic fungi, which includes chytrids, oomycetes, labyrinthulids, and Category Science Biology Flora and Fauna fungi......Introduction. This goal of this site is to provide a webbased resource of informationon zoosporic fungi, an informal group which includes chytrids, oomycetes
    Site Directory



    This goal of this site is to provide a web-based resource of information on zoosporic fungi, an informal group which includes chytrids, oomycetes, labyrinthulids, and various other protists. Here you will find links to a glossary defining terms commonly used with zoosporic fungi, a photogallery with pictures of the organisms, and a guide on how to isolate and maintain these organisms in culture. There are also links to recent publications on zoosporic fungi, jobs , and links to other sites. Below is a list of the organisms that fall into the zoosporic fungi catagory. Click on the names to take you to each individual organism page. Each page contains information on the life cycles, physiology, ultrastructure, taxonomy, and phylogeny of the various groups. You Are Zoospore Number To Swim ByThis Site!

    36. TreeBASE
    A relational database of phylogenetic trees and the data matrices used to generate them from published research papers. Includes animals, plants, and fungi.
    TreeBASE is a relational database of phylogenetic information hosted by the University at Buffalo . In previous years the database has been hosted by Harvard University Herbaria Leiden University EEW , and the University of California, Davis . TreeBASE stores phylogenetic trees and the data matrices used to generate them from published research papers. We encourage biologists to submit phylogenetic data that are either published or in press, especially if these data were not fully presented in the publication due to space limitations. TreeBASE accepts all types of phylogenetic data (e.g., trees of species, trees of populations, trees of genes) representing all biotic taxa. For more information, see an introduction to TreeBASE, information on searching, the database schema, and a graphic presentation of the web site's internal structure. Also, check out some ideas on

    37. Chytrid Fungi Online
    Chytrid fungi Online A PEET project website.
    Chytrid Fungi Online
    A PEET project website
    NEW! - Chytrid Biogeography Dataset
    Chytrid Systematics and PEET

    Longcore's Chytrid Bibliography

    Searchable Chytrid Reference Database
    Here you will find information on members of the order Chytridiales in the phylum Chytridiomycota (Kingdom Fungi), including a description of genera , tips and techniques on how to isolate chytrids, current hypotheses of chytrid systematics (includes both taxonomy and phylogeny), links to other relevant websites, and a searchable reference database . The goal of this site is to provide an online resource for students, teachers, and researchers wanting to learn more about chytrids as well as an easily accessed interface for taxonomic information. Since the work on chytridialean taxonomy and phylogeny is an on-going process, this site will be continually updated to reflect the changes brought about by new research.
    The order Chytridiales is currently divided into four separate clades based on 18S small subunit ribosomal DNA sequences and zoospore ultrastructure (James et al. Can. J. Bot. Vol 78 2000). Click on the images below to find out more about each clade.

    38. Simply Fungi
    Mushrooms and fungi are a subject close to my heart. The aim of this websiteis to share my experience of mushrooms and fungi with you.
    Mushrooms and fungi are a subject close to my heart. Whenever I take a stroll through my local woodland area, I'm always on the lookout for new and interesting species, and if I find one, I am reluctant to identifying it. The aim of this website is to share my experience of mushrooms and fungi with you. Though my knowledge on the subject isn't brilliant (I'm only an amateur), I know enough to get by! Anyway, have a good look through my pages, and enjoy. NEWS UPDATE - 01.07.02 .... Work on the site has kicked off big time this week, so expect the transition any day now. Keep popping back for updates! font> NEWS UPDATE - 18.03.02 .... Well now, in the last 3 weeks, work has been underway on changing the website. Now this is no simple update, but a massive overhaul of the whole thing. We're talking a familiar new look, new features that will be added constantly and more. All pages are being refurbished to properly display on more people's browsers (changing html to frontpage). The major change though will occur last which is the Jersey photos section which I have big plans for. Also, due to the constant server problems which caused problems with access to the site, I am in the process of transfering the site to a new host. So, expect a new look SIMPLY FUNGI any day now!!! NEWS UPDATE - 15.11.01 ....It has come to my attention that people are having problems accessing the site recently. This is due to excessive traffic resulting in temporary shut downs of the site! As this is happening almost daily, the site is having to move to a different host with extra traffic limits. More info on when this will occur soon.

    39. Common Names Of Plant Diseases
    Searchable database of the official names adopted for use by the American Phytopathological Society in its publications. Includes diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, nematodes, phytoplasmas, virus (and viruslike), and miscellaneous diseases/disorders.
    Title Page Table of Contents Search
    Order Common Names in Book or Diskette Form
    The American Phytopathological Society (APS) is a non-profit, professional, scientific organization dedicated to the study and control of plant diseases.
    The American Phytopathological Society
    The American Phytopathological Society Common Names of Plant Diseases

    Compiled by the
    Committee on Standardization of
    Common Names for Plant Diseases
    of The American Phytopathological Society 1978-2002 ISBN 0-89054-161-2
    Updated 2002
    Prepared from diskettes provided to APS Press by the Committee on Standardization of Common Names for Plant Diseases.
    In 1978, The American Phytopathological Society established a committee to develop listings of plant pathogens and the diseases they incite. By act of APS Council, the common names in these listings are now official names for use in APS in APS journals and other publications. The Committee on Standardization of Common Names for Plant Diseases has published names in Phytopathology News and Plant Disease.

    40. Fungi
    Brief information on aquatic and airborne fungi.

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