Frontiers in Mycology: Honorary and General Lectures from the Fourth International Mycological Congress, Regensburg, Germany, 1990

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C.A.B. International, 1991 - Medical - 290 pages
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Molecular biology and growth. Molecular aspects of ageing: facts and perspectives. Fungal growth and development: a molecular perspective. Importance of siderophores in fungal growth, spoulation and spore germination. Evolution and phylogeny. Neoteny in the phylogeny of eumycota. Homologies and analogies in the evolution of lichens. Importance in ecosystems and to man. Mycorrhizas in ecosystems - nature's response to the "law of the minimum". The significance of mycology in medicine. Aerobiology and health: the role of airbone fungal spores in respiratory disease. Lichens and man. Modified amatoxins and phallotoxins for biochemical, biological, and medial research. Mycology, mycologists and biotechnology. Conservation and education. Mycologists and nature conservation. The teaching of mycology.

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Neoteny in the Phylogeny of Eumycota
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Mycorrhizas in Ecosystems Natures Response
101
The Significance of Mycology in Medicine
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D. L. Hawskworth, International Mycological Institute.

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