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         Fungi:     more books (101)
  1. Illustrated genera of imperfect fungi, by H. L Barnett, 1972
  2. The Fungus That Ate My School (Scholastic Bookshelf) by Arthur Dorros, 2005-07-01
  3. The Fungus Link Volume 3 2nd Edition by Doug Kaufmann (Know the Cause!, Volume 3) by Doug A. Kaufmann, David Holland M.D., et all 2008
  4. Dictionary of the Fungi by Paul M Kirk, Paul F Cannon, et all 2008-09-26
  5. The Fungus Link by Doug Kaufmann, 2008
  6. Compendium of Soil Fungi by K. H. Domsch, W. Gams, et all 1995-06
  7. Fascinating Fungi of the North Woods by Cora Mollen, Larry Weber, 2006-11-30
  8. There's a Fungus Among Us!: True Stories of Killer Molds (24/7: Science Behind the Scenes) by John DiConsiglio, 2007-09
  9. There's a Fungus Among Us!: True Stories of Killer Molds (24/7: Science Behind the Scenes) by John DiConsiglio, 2007-09
  10. The biology of fungi
  11. Pictorial Atlas of Soil and Seed Fungi: Morphologies of Cultured Fungi and Key to Species,Third Edition by Tsuneo Watanabe, 2010-05-21
  12. Common Interior Alaska Cryptogams: Fungi, Lichenicolous Fungi, Lichenized Fungi, Slime Molds, Mosses, and Liverworts by Gary A. Laursen, Rodney D. Seppelt, 2009-09-15
  13. Mushrooms and Other Fungi of Great Britain and Europe (A Pan original) by Roger Phillips, 1989-12

Taylor's Home Page Promoting the Beauty and Variety of mushroomsand other fungi. of the TREASURES FROM THE KINGDOM OF fungi
Welcome to - WWW.FUNGIPHOTO.COM - Home of the:
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62. THE ART OF CYTOLOGY, Cytopathology Illustrations, Micronutrient Deficiencies, Pa
The Art of Cytology the cell, viruses, fungi, folic acid/B12 deficiency.
by Suzanne Adams, CT (ASCP)
Dedicated to Education and Research in Nutrition and Disease Prevention
Cytopathology Illustrations with Diagnostic Criteria
and Micronutrient Discussions
Menu: The Cell Folic Acid Deficiency Viruses Fungi ... Related Links
RNA-Nucleotides Protein Synthesis Transcription Factors
CELL COMPONENTS *There are two types of components that make up the cell—the organelles and the inclusions. Organelles are actually small internal organs, living units functioning in specific metabolic reactions and regulations. Inclusions are lifeless bodies of stored metabolites or products such as protein, carbohydrate, fat, pigment, crystals, secretory droplets, etc. The specialization of a cell in the performance of unique functions determines its size and shape, and the number of organelles and inclusions within. Regulation of cell function and differentiation dwells within the nucleus, while most of the metabolic and synthetic activities occur within the cytoplasm. The greatest significant physiological processes of living organisms occur at the cell surfaces and interfaces. Thousands of enzymes are strategically located inside membrane limited compartments of their specific organelles, temporarily separated from their substrates (chemical partners). In a controlled fashion, they are released, and combine to

63. Fungi Found In Wales, UK
Wildlife Conservation home page fungi in Wales, UK. Wildlife index page Wildlife index. Amphibians. Birds. Fishes. fungi. Insects. Mammals. Plants.
Fungi in Wales, UK
index Amphibians Birds Fishes Fungi ...

SEARCH First Nature Multimedia Guide to Fungi
Over 1000 pictures with details of hundreds of beautiful and fascinating mushrooms and toadstools on our interactive CD-ROM for PCs with Internet Explorer.
Special Launch Price including shipping:
(UK and worldwide)
Two ways to pay Fungus facts
Fungi as food
... Other fungi For a more comprehensive range of fungi see Species on this site (link = details...) Common name (link = photos...) Agaricus arvensis Horse mushroom Agaricus bitorquis Pavement mushroom ... Orange-girdled parasol Lepiota felina Lepiota felina Lepistra nuda Wood blewit Lycoperdon foetidum ... Scleroderma verrucosum Smooth earthball Sparassis crispa Cauliflower fungus Stropharia semiglobata Dung roundhead ... Dead Man's Fingers Fact vs fiction
Did you know that:
  • Fungi are not plants, and neither are they animals. Unlike plants, which convert the sun's energy into food, fungi feed on other plant and animal material and do not need sunlight; they use enzymes to dissolve their food before they absorb it.

64. Mycology Homepage, University Of Tübingen
The Digital Exsiccate of fungi is an online database offering descriptionsof fungi complemented by detailed illustrations. Editors
Located at the chair of Special Botany and Mycology , Germany
The Digital Exsiccate of Fungi is an online database offering descriptions of fungi complemented by detailed illustrations.
Dr. Ewald Langer
Dr. Gitta Langer

Prof. Dr. Franz Oberwinkler
A short introduction. What is an Exsiccate? List of available genera. List of contributing authors.
Other WWW-sites with mycological Information
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Mycology
This is the most complete list of links to mycological information. Very usefull, both for professionals and amateurs.

Mycology - WWW Sites of Interest (Munich)
This list of links, located in Munich (Germany), is a good jumping-off place for clients located in Europe.

Key to Armillaria species
This key to Armillaria is a good example of a real online help for determination of fungi. It is maintained by Tom Volk.

Fusarium Interactive Key
A true synoptic key for Fusarium species using forms with clickable characters including also illustrations. This is how online determination of fungi should look like!
Dr. Ewald Langer

65. Fungi
All rights reserved. fungi, Fungal hyphae Courtesy of Alex Hausler, GivaudanRoure. fungi come in a variety of shapes and sizes and different types.
What Is A Microbe?

Archaea ...

Extra Cool Stuff!
Record Holders

How They Do That
Case #2:
An Evolutionary Success
Virus Or Bacterium?

© 1999 American Society for Microbiology. All rights reserved. Fungi
Fungal hyphae Courtesy of Alex Hausler, Givaudan Roure When you hear the word fungus, you probably think of mushrooms. Did you know bread mold is a kind of fungus, too? And that the itchy burning of athlete's foot is, yes, caused by another fungus? And that when you take penicillin, you're taking a medicine made by a fungus? Fungi come in a variety of shapes and sizes and different types. They can range from individual cells to enormous chains of cells that can stretch for miles. Classification Fungi are eukaryotic (you-carry-ah-tick) What They Look Like Paecilomyces variotii Molds are described as filament-like, or filamentous, because they form long filament-like, or thread-like, strands of cells called hyphae (high-fee) pro-toe-plazm sigh-toe-plazm Where They're Found Fungi usually grow best in environments that are slightly acidic (a pH measurement of 5 or so; a pH of 7 is neutral). They can grow on substances with very low moisture. Fungi live in the soil and on your body, in your house and on plants and animals, in freshwater and seawater. A single teaspoon of topsoil contains about 120,000 fungi.

66. Search The FUNGI Archives
Belgian mailinglist for mycology. Share your questions and answers; outdooractivities; determinations Category Science Biology Mycology......Search the fungi archives. Search for apple or pear (green apple) or (red apple)Substring search. In messages where The subject is or contains pie or cake.

67. Pathogenic Fungi
Pathogenic fungi. Aims and Objectives. After completion of this sessionthe student should be able to Describe Diseases Caused by fungi. Fungal
Pathogenic Fungi
Aims and Objectives
After completion of this session the student should be able to:
  • Describe the basic physical characteristics and reproduction of fungi.
  • Name the fungi of medical importance.
  • Describe the diseases associated with fungi of medical importance.
  • Describe the basic methods used to diagnose fungal infections.
  • Describe the mechanisms of action of the common antifungal drugs.
    General Characteristics
    Fungi include moulds, yeasts and higher fungi. All fungi are eukaryotic and have sterols but not peptidoglycan in their cell membrane. They are chemoheterotrophs (requiring organic nutrition) and most are aerobic. Many fungi are also saprophytes (living off dead organic matter) in soil and water and acquire their food by absorption. Characteristically they also produce sexual and asexual spores. There are over 100,000 species recognised, with 100 infectious agents of man. Moulds are composed of numerous, microscopic, branching hyphae known collectively as a mycelium. Growth occurs from the apical tip, the apical vesicles contain materials and enzymes for the formation of new hyphal wall. Older hyphae are less biochemically active and contain many storage vacuoles . In most moulds these hyphae have septa (crosswalled divisions), but in some there are none and the hyphae are
  • 68. Fungi: A Magazine Of Fantasy And Weird Fiction
    fungi A magazine in the tradition of the old (and sometimes not soold!) masters. fungi Cover of fungi 17 by Gregorio Montejo.
    A Magazine of Fantasy and Weird Fiction
    Cover of Fungi #17 by Gregorio Montejo Fungi is a magazine in the tradition of the old (and sometimes not so old!) masters. The heart of our influences is of course, from the school of writers popularized in the legendary pulp magazine Weird Tales such as H.P.Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, Robert E. Howard, August Derleth, Henry Kuttner, Henry S. Whitehead, E.Hoffman Price, Manly Wade Wellman, and Carl Jacobi to name a few. But there are plenty of others from before the pulp era (such as Algernon Blackwood, Ambrose Bierce, Arthur Machen, M.R.James and Robert W. Chambers) and after it (Richard Matheson, Ray Bradbury, Charles Beaumont, and Karl Edward Wagner) too. And for sheer, unadulterated fantasy, we like William Morris, J. R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, Lord Dunsany and Lin Carter. Our standards are high and to keep them there, we insist that our tales meet the editorial standards of good taste a reader would expect to find in fiction published before the 1960s. What we do feature is color and thrills and the occasional frisson. Each issue features our regular "spotlight" on a particular writer, a healthy mix of fiction, poetry and non-fiction, our film/video review section, interior art by the best artists around like Richard Corben and Christopher Porter and best of all, fully painted cover masterpieces by that emperor of mood and menace Gregorio Montejo!

    69. Canadian Biodiversity Information Facility
    Searchable database of four kingdoms plant, animal, fungi, monera. Search by scientific or common names, English or French.

    70. AkaMOLDLAB - Analysis Of Fungi, Bacteria And Molds
    A specialized microbiology laboratory in northern Nevada dealing with microbiological contamination problems in indoor environments, through ID of fungi and bacteria in mold samples.
    "With a growing awareness of the potential hazards of biological agents in homes, schools, and workplaces, an industry has grown to help assess the potential health effects of airborne molds and other biological contaminants." As a specialized microbiology laboratory, akaMOLDLAB offers expertise in analysis of samples from indoor environments contaminated by molds and other microbes. Being a service-oriented laboratory, we work with industry professionals to help strengthen knowledge of fungi, bacteria, and mold related issues. We provide analytical services to suit all projects, from cost-effective, genus level ID an enumeration, through detailed microbial investigations with complete species ID. In addition to our laboratory analytical testing, we offer a wide range of consulting and training services. Through consultation with your company, akaMOLDLAB can help you develop a sampling strategy or outline a staff-training plan. Our goal is to provide an essential resource to help your company reach its goals.

    71. Home Page
    Interesting information on historical references, pathogen and mythology of fungi.Category Regional Asia Singapore Science and Environment Botany......FUN WITH fungi. Here is my part of the trilogy of Fun With fungi. fungiappears only temporarily and most often after periods of rain.
    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.

    72. Eukaryotic Cell
    bimonthly journal that commenced publication in February 2002 in both print and online formats, presents reports of basic research on simple eukaryotic microorganisms such as yeasts, fungi, algae, protozoa, and social amoebae.
    View a free sample issue: February 2002 Select an Issue from the Archive
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    February 2002 - February 2003 ABOUT EC INSTR. TO AUTHORS EDITORS SUBSCRIBE ... MINIREVIEWS Other ASM Journals that may be of interest: Appl. Environ. Microbiol. Infect. Immun. J. Bacteriol. Mol. Cell Biol. ... ALL ASM JOURNALS For faster access to Eukaryotic Cell Online from these locations use this URL:

    Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia,
    Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, The Netherlands, UK. (More Information) Published by American Society for Microbiology ISSN: 1535-9786

    73. Index Of Fungi Pages Or Photographs On The Net
    CDPro Index of fungi pages or photographs on The Net. Direct 20030314.CL, fungi of California /North Am./ index, 344 / 115, 20020113. PHLG, Skorowidz/ INDEX (polski) Na grzyby!/ ... Atlas CDPro
    Index of fungi pages or photographs on The Net
    Direct links to 9062 pages or photographs: A-B C-D E-H I-L ... TOP Sites used in this index acronym direct link to site main page and species index Number of linked taxons / unique source for # taxons index page reviewed NGrz "Na grzyby!" (FUNGI OF POLAND) /Europe/ index ULJE /Europe/ index MN /Europe/ index MPAA The Mycena Page by Arne Aronsen /Europe/ index JJW Page perso de JJ. Wuilbaut /Europe/ index IM Icones Marchalii in Herbarium Mycologicum of the National Botanic Garden of Belgium /Europe/ index AMPB AMPB (click on Etudes or Photo) /Europe/ index CL Fungi of California /North Am./ index PHLG The Phlegmacium Website /Europe/ index ME MushroomExpert.Com /North. Am./ index Kinoko_ya - Mushrooms and other fungi of Japan /Far East/ index GMB Gruppo Micologico "G. Bresadola" di Trento /Europe/ index REVC A revision of Collybia s.l. in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada /North Am./ index BIM BioImages: The Virtual Field-Guide (UK) /Europe/ index KUGL /Europe/ index HAG NAJZNÁMEJŠIE HUBY Slovenska a Èeskej republiky. Mykoflóra strednej Európy. Fotografie húb Dr. Ladislava Hagaru.

    74. New Disease Reports
    Electronic journal with content search, covering fungi, bacteria, phytoplasmas, viruses and viroids. Contains list of editors, author information, and related links.
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    75. ABLS Home Page
    An organization devoted to the scientific study of all aspects of the biology of bryophytes and lichenforming fungi.
    About the Society
    The Bryologist
    Membership Services ...
    ABLS Meetings October 9, 2002
    Meetings, Workshops, Classes, Seminars, and Forays
    ABLS News January 17, 2003
    ABLS Bulletin Board
    Specimen Exchanges
    Publications For Sale
    Other Bryological and Lichenological Journals ... Resources
    Membership Directories are now available. Click on Membership Services above.
    This ABLS Web site is included in the Photos above are property of Virtual Foliage and are used with permission.
    The ABLS site is maintained by Robert S. Egan ( ) and
    was last updated on January 17, 2003

    76. Fungi At
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    77. - Growing Mushrooms With Fun And Understanding
    Researches the edible and other useful products to be made from fungi.

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    79. Albright Seed Company: Your Source For Wildflower Seeds, Grass Seed, Fertilizer,
    Experts in the practical application of plant science, turf grass, wildflowers, beneficial fungi, fertilizers, resource conservation, water use, erosion control.
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    Since 1976, Albright Seed Company has built on this simple idea with products and services for the landscape and erosion control industries, sports turf managers and professional gardeners. Since 1997, Albright Seed has offered online seed purchasing from the Albright Seed online store.
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    I wonder how this will bode for the fungi season. Far from definitive, butgood cheap small starting point for the fledgling fungi enthusiast!

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    December 18, 2002 - Fungiphotos 2003 Calender for sale!
    I've put together a selection of beautiful and unusual photos that have not yet hit the site, and had them printed as a 2003 calendar (13 photos) and a 2003 calendar print (1 page only). Head over to the online store to order yours now before the new year! It's almost certainly too late to get yours by Christmas I'm afraid... but there's still time to get them before 2003 begins proper! You can view the images used for each month in the online the shop - select the 2003 Wall Calendar and use the View Calendar Pages link at the bottom left. Visit the online store here December 18, 2002 - The season past
    Well here in the South of England I had a bit of a strange season. It was very dry and basically I found nothing until September/October. When I did find something though, it was amazing! I found 1.5kg of Ceps in just a couple of hours on one day. I have never seen Ceps this prolific in the UK! Also there was more Hedgehog Fungus than usual this year, and a patch of good-sized Golden Chanterelles - oh and a ring of large Wood Blewit. Apart from that though, it has been remarkably "dead". The weather was very hot and dry in summer, and come autumn it was quite mild and still dry. We had one frost back in early October and none since, though the temperature is usually down around 10C these days. I didn't even get many new photos this year, it was that bad. However I still have lots from 2000-2001 to put up on the site when I get the time.

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