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  1. Handbook of Applied Mycology (Handbook of Applied Mycology, Vol. 5) by Arora, 1991-12-23
  2. Essentials of Clinical Mycology
  3. Medical Mycology: Cellular and Molecular Techniques
  4. Practical Laboratory Mycology by Elmer W. Koneman, 1985-06
  5. Clinical Bacteriology, Mycology and Parasitology: An Illustrated Colour Text by W. John Spicer MBBS(Melbourne)FRACPFRCPAFACSHPFASMDTM&H(Sydney)DipBact(London), 2000-08-15
  6. Medical Mycology and Human Mycoses by Everett Smith, Ph.D. Beneke, Alvin Lee, Ph.D. Rogers, 1996-08
  7. The Aspergilli: Genomics, Medical Aspects, Biotechnology, and Research Methods (Mycology)
  8. Advances in Food Mycology (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)
  9. Current Advances in Molecular Mycology
  10. Medical Mycology Handbook (A Wiley medical publication) by Mary C. Campbell, Joyce L. Stewart, 1980-10
  11. Fungi: Experimental Methods In Biology (Mycology) by Ramesh Maheshwari, 2005-06-23
  12. Animal Microbiology: Immunology, Bacteriology, Mycology, Diseases of Fish and Laboratory Methods v. 1 by A. Buxton, G. Fraser, 1977-08-25
  13. Bioinformatics, Volume 6 (Applied Mycology and Biotechnology)
  14. Fungal Genomics, Volume 4 (Applied Mycology and Biotechnology)

41. Mycology (biology) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
mycology (biology), the study of fungi, a group that includes the mushrooms and yeasts. Many fungi are useful in medicine and industry. Mycological research has led to the
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Table of Contents: mycology Article Article Related Articles Related Articles External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the mycology the study of fungi, a group that includes the mushrooms and yeasts. Many fungi are useful in medicine and industry. Mycological research has led to the development of such antibiotic drugs as penicillin, streptomycin, and tetracycline, as well as other drugs, including statins (cholesterol-lowering drugs). Mycology also has important applications in the dairy, wine, and baking industries and in the production of dyes and inks. Medical mycology is the study of fungus organisms that cause disease in humans.
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42. Homepagenvu
Photos, drawings and keys of the macro- and microscopy of ascomycetes, and ecological aspects of these fungi.
live dead Asci of Ascocoryne inflata showing ca. 30% shrinkage in both length and width loss of volume over 50%!) The contents of this website will continuously be updated and enlarged. Homepage Hans-Otto Baral Vital taxonomy and ecology of Ascomycetes with special regard to inoperculate discomycetes freshly collected Trichopeziza mollissima rehydrated from herbarium living ascospores with spore bodies Orbilia corculispora cresyl blue Images of Orbiliomycetes (version Jan. 09)
cology of xerotolerant fungi, with special emphasis on Orbiliomycetes (version Jan. 09)
Sarcoscypha (scarlet-cups)
(version Jan. 09) A worldwide key to species of Lachnellula (in prep.) Ascus apex types in Ascomycetes, ascus function (in prep.) Iodine reaction in Ascomycetes: why is Lugol's solution superior to Melzer's reagent? (version Jan. 09) Vital taxonomy (in prep.) Microphotography with Coolpix 4500 (German + English) (version 21.XII.04)
My most important discovery concerns the fact that the aspect of the living fungal cells provide taxonomically highly important characteristics. This method which I call VITAL TAXONOMY follows an old but forgotten tradition emphasized by Boudier as early as 1886, but is often in conflict with the current method of herbarium taxonomy and electron microscopy. The differences between living and dead fungal cells are actually enormous, and the loss of valuable data extraordinary. Nevertheless, these easily observable features are far from being well-known and understood among mycologists.

43. The Bibliography Of Systematic Mycology
On-line and in print list of papers and books on all aspects of the taxonomy of fungi for each year.

44. Mycology - Definition From
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incubation of fungi
... the methods have changed since that. Conveniently, though, I'm supposed to keep a microbiology course for some physicians-to-be, which includes mycology , so maybe I get to see what the up-to-date practices are around here nowadays.
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Identification of fungi (where to start?)
Thank you, do you know of any decent lab manuals/books with mycology identification methods. There doesn't seem to be a lot out there whereas there is an abundance of bacterial identification texts.
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45. Cambridge Journals Online - Mycologist
General interest journal that publishes material of interest to both specialists and non-professionals in mycology.

46. Mycology Resources: Mushrooms
Mycological Resources on the Internet Mushrooms Resources to help you identify, eat, grow and fall in love with mushrooms See also the Taxonomy page, and the Regional Guides page
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Mycological Resources on the Internet: Mushrooms
Resources to help you identify, eat, grow and fall in love with mushrooms
See also the Taxonomy page, and the Regional Guides page
Agaricales of Costa Rican Quercus forests
A comprehensive, ongoing floristic study of the mushrooms (Agaricales) of montane oak forests in Costa Rica, including data on biodiversity and annotated color images. Keys to various genera are provided. Interactive keys to species of Leccinum and Phylloporus are available for users of DELTA software (q.v.).
Agaricales of Java and Bali
Mushrooms occuring in Java and Bali are documented in these pages.
Agaricales of the Hawaiian Islands
Both native and introduced mushrooms are found on the Hawaiian Islands, the latter being especially plentiful. This site includes photographs and catalogs of Hawaiian agarics.
An innovative online key to agarics (of the U.K.?) based on a database. Users can enter characteristics of their specimens to yield likely identifications.
American Mushroom Hunter
Wild mushrooms bought and sold.

47. Mycology - Mycorrhizas - Introduction
Introduction to the topic as part of a university course in fungal biology.
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    Overview: Mycorrhizas
    Arbuscular mycorrhizas are the most common and widespread form of mycorrhiza. They are characterised by the presence of arbuscules in cortical cells of the root. The arbuscules are linked by either intercellular or intracellular hyphae within the root to mycelium in the surrounding soil. Some fungi form rounded storage structures called vesicles in the root tissue or soil. LINK
    Arbuscular mycorrhiza.
    Glomus vesicles.
    Ectomycorrhiza on a root.
    Ericoid mycorrhiza coil. Ectomycorrhizas are characterised by a sheath or mantle of hyphae surrounding the root. Lateral projections of the mantle may penetrate between epidermal cells of the root in what is called the Hartig net. LINK Ericoid mycorrhizas are characterised by the penetration of epidermal cells of the fine hair roots by fungi. Coils are formed in these cells and the fungi do not spread from cell to cell. LINK Orchid mycorrhizas are characterised by hyphal coils in cortical cells of root-like tissue or the collar of the shoot. The fungus penetrates through passage cells of the exodermis and hyphae ramify through the tissue by intracellular penetration. Coils collapse over time. Cells may be colonised by more than one hypha on more than one occasion.

48. Mycology Definition Of Mycology In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
mycology. Study of fungi (see fungus), including mushrooms and yeasts. Many fungi are useful in medicine and industry. Mycological research has led to the development of such

49. Mushroom Supplies And Information
Many varieties of mushroom spawn, food and pharmaceutical grade mushrooms and supplies for both mycologists and hobbyists.
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50. Mycology - Biology Online
This category contains articles on mycology (the science of fungi). Fungi include saprophytic and parasitic organisms that lack chlorophyll, e.g. molds, rusts, mildews, smuts
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This category contains articles on Mycology (the science of fungi). Fungi include saprophytic and parasitic organisms that lack chlorophyll, e.g. molds, rusts, mildews, smuts, mushrooms and yeast.
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Fungi the cause of many outbreaks of disease but mostly ignored
Report calls for new resources for studying fungi that impact human health and agriculture Date: 7 Jun 2010 , Rating: not rated Fungi Can Change Quickly, Pass Along Infectious Ability
Fungi have significant potential for “horizontal” gene transfer, a new study has shown – similar to the mechanisms that allow bacteria to evolve so quickly, become resistant to antibiotics and cause other serious problems. Date: 7 Jun 2010 , Rating: not rated Fungus Enhances Susceptibility Of Resistant Malaria Mosquito To Pesticides
In areas where malaria mosquitoes have become resistant to chemical pesticides, mosquito-killing fungi can be an effective tool. Date: 7 Jun 2010 , Rating: not rated Visualizing Brain Invasion by a Fungus
Infection with the fungus Cryptococcus neoformans can cause meningitis (inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain) and encephalitis (inflammation of the brain itself), conditions that are often lethal.

51. Mold Testing And Mold Inspection In Massachusetts - Gordon Mycology Laboratory
Mold testing and mold inspection in Massachusetts, by Gordon mycology Laboratory. We provide residential and commercial mold testing and mold inspection, laboratory services, real
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Established in 1997, Gordon Mycology Laboratory, Inc. (GML) specializes in mold inspection and providing our clients with professional recommendations when remediation is necessary. Located in Littleton, Massachusetts, our company performs mold testing in MA, CT, ME, NH, RI and VT.

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At Gordon Mycology Laboratory, Inc. our focus is on inspecting indoor environments for mold contamination. We are frequently hired and/or referred by commercial property managers, private homeowners, real estate agents, insurance companies, allergists, attorneys and mold remediation professionals, to name a few. For our clients we offer a thorough mold inspection including mold testing (collection of surface, cavity, and indoor air mold samples), moisture and humidity readings, consulting services, as well as a complete and detailed written report including all relevant recommendations.

52. Mycology Of Dermatophyte Fungus Infections. DermNet NZ
mycology of dermatophyte fungus infections. Authoritative facts about the skin from the New Zealand Dermatological Society.
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Mycology of dermatophyte infections
Mycology is the study of fungi. Dermatophyte fungi are the ringworm fungi (tinea). They depend on their host, which may be an animal ("zoophilic") or a human ("anthropophilic") and need to spread from one host to another to survive. Dermatophytes may also prefer to live in the soil ("geophilic"). Anthropophilic dermatophytes are so well adapted to living on human skin that they provoke minimal inflammatory reaction. Zoophilic or geophilic dermatophytes will often provoke a more vigorous inflammatory reaction when they attempt to invade human skin. There are three genera of dermatophytes, recognised by the nature of their macroconidae (asexual spores):
  • Trichophyton (abbreviated as "T") Microsporum ("M") Epidermophyton ("E")
There are about 40 species. Their spores can live for more than a year in human skin scales in the environment. Anthropophilic organisms include:
  • T. rubrum

53. Mycology - Wiktionary
the study of fungi, in the wide sense.
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54. Mycology - World Of Microbiology And Immunology | HighBeam Research - FREE Trial
mycology find World of Microbiology and Immunology articles. div id= bedoc-text h1mycology/h1 pmycology is the study of bfungi/b , including molds and yeasts. The

55. Mycology - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

56. Mycology - Definition Of Mycology In The Medical Dictionary - By The Free Online
mycology /my col o gy/ (mikol ah-je) the science and study of fungi. my col o gy (m-k l-j) n. The branch of science dealing with the study of fungi.

57. Mycology - Microbiology - Stanford University School Of Medicine
Routine fungal cultures Using special media, including chromogenic agars for yeast identification and our inhouse developed potato agar, we can recover most pathogenic fungi from
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Routine fungal cultures: Using special media, including chromogenic agars for yeast identification and our in-house developed potato agar, we can recover most pathogenic fungi from clinical specimens. Yeast and mould identification
Moulds are identified based on visual morphology, growth temperature, enzymatic capabilities, and other characteristics. Clinically important fungi that are not identifiable by phenotypic methods are identified by ribosomal RNA gene sequencing. Yeasts are identified by morphology and specific biochemical and assimilation tests. Dermatophytes are not usually identified to species. Yeast MIC susceptibility testing: Using a broth microdilution method, yeast susceptibilities are performed for amphotericin, fluconazole, itraconazole, voriconazole, and caspofungin. Blood isolates are tested automatically and others by request.
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58. Duke University Center For Microbial Pathogenesis
DUKE mycology RESEARCH UNIT. The Duke University mycology Research Unit is a cohesive and interactive group of investigators focused on the molecular biology of pathogenic and model
DUKE MYCOLOGY RESEARCH UNIT The Duke University Mycology Research Unit is a cohesive and interactive group of investigators focused on the molecular biology of pathogenic and model fungi. The mycology group was formed in 1994, and with the recent addition of the bacterial research group, served as the focus for the formation of the Center of Microbial Pathogenesis at Duke University. The Duke mycology group consists of a highly interactive group of investigators, including senior and junior investigators and basic scientists as well as those focusing on clinical aspects of fungal disease. Areas of interest include the molecular determinants of virulence, the evolution of fungi and pathogenic fungi, development of novel antifungal therapies, and genomic analysis. The twelve labs in the mycology group span the medical center and the college of arts and sciences, both clinical and basic science, and represent an excellent training environment for students (undergraduate, graduate, and medical students), post-doctoral fellows, and medical fellows. Much of the research efforts of the Duke mycology group focus on the model pathogenic fungus Cryptococcus neoformans . This organism is an important pathogen in immunocompromised patients, and also occurs as a primary pathogen in a cohort of patients with no known immunodeficiency. The organism predominantly infects the central nervous system and is the leading cause of fungal meningitis. Research advances that occurred at Duke include the development of a biolistic transformation system and gene disruption approaches, the rabbit model of cryptococcal meningitis, shotgun genomic sequencing for the pathogenic serotype A isolate H99, construction of bacterial artificial chromosome libraries to scaffold the international genome sequencing effort, generation of a meiotic recombinational map, rediscovery of the diploid phase of the life cycle, discovery of the role of haploid fruiting in the sexual cycle, the first report of a serotype A MATa strain, and the analysis of signal transduction pathways that play a central role in mating and virulence.

59. Mycology Definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
my col o gy mī k lləjee noun Definition 1. study of fungi a branch of botany that specializes in the scientific study of fungi 2. fungi of particular area the fungi that

60. Mycology - Definition And Meaning From Wordnik
mycology The branch of botany that deals with fungi.
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American Heritage Dictionary (3 definitions)
  • The branch of botany that deals with fungi. The fungi native to a region. The composition or characteristics of a particular fungus: the mycology of rusts and mildews.
  • Century Dictionary (1 definition)
  • The science of fungi, their structure, affinities, classification, etc. Also called fungology and mycetology.
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  • the study of fungi, in the wide sense.
  • GNU Webster's 1913 (1 definition)
  • That branch of botanical science which relates to the mushrooms and other fungi.
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  • The branch of botany that studies fungi and fungus-caused diseases.
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