1. This is a classic reference that mycologists and others interestedin imperfect fungi have relied upon for decades. It provides comprehensive information for recognizing, identifying, and learning various aspects of the reproductive and somatic morphologies of imperfect fungi. Its practical use in...
  2. This article is from ECHO Asia Note #20 In nature, dozens of species of harmful fungi can quickly kill a plant, including Fusarium spp., the causal agents of Fusarium wilt, and Phakospora pachyrhizi, the causal agent of soybean rust. Fungi are unable to produce nutrients on their own, so they...
  3. The primary thrust of the book is morphology-taxonomy, but also includes interesting and important activities of fungi. 869 pages, illustrations, photos
  4. Abstract, International Journal of Economic Plants, 2019 The crown rot disease was recorded for the first time on strawberry Field from Hill Millet Research Station, Waghai, Gujarat state of India during 2017-2018. The diseased plants showed drying from the edge of the leaves. Dark lesion appears...
  5. 11/01/2017 Teaming with Fungiis an important guide to mycorrhizae and the role they play in agriculture, horticulture, and hydroponics.Almost every plant in a garden forms a relationship with fungi, and many plants would not exist without their fungal partners. By better understanding thisrelationship,...
  6. Mycosphere is an international peer-reviewed journal with swift publication of high quality papers on fungal biology. Mycospherehas no pageor open access charges and offers a free outlet for the publications of the mycology community.
  7. 01/01/1997 A guide to plants which reproduce without bearing flowers, such as algae, fungi, lichens, mosses, liverworts, ferns, and gymnosperms.
  8. On the face of it, a leafcutter ant’s nest is a perfect picture of harmonious relationships. Worker ants go out to forage for fresh leaf material that they use togrow a fungus(Leucoagaricus gonglyophorous). In return for a mulchy compost of fresh leaves, the fungus breaks down the plant material...