Chemical Fungal Taxonomy

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CRC Press, Jun 23, 1998 - Science - 424 pages
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Offers comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in both biochemical and physiological approaches to fungal systematics. Incorporates recent advances in molecular biology into systematics methods that can revolutionize taxonomic schemes.
 

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Contents

Numerical Analysis of Fungal Chemotaxonomic Data
19
Use of PCR and RFLP in Fungal Systematics
51
Proteins in Fungal Taxonomy
77
Use of Isozymes in Fungal Taxonomy and Population Studies
107
Fungal Immunotaxonomy
121
Taxonomic Applications of Polysaccharides
153
Chemotaxonomy of Fungi by Unsaponifiable Lipids
183
Fatty Acids in Fungal Taxonomy
219
Carbohydrates and Their Impact on Fungal Taxonomy
247
dial ill s in Fungal Taxonomy
263
Role and Use of Secondary Metabolites in Fungal Taxonomy
289
Special Metabolites in Relation to Conditions of Growth
321
Taxonomic Use of Metabolic Data in LichenForming Fungi
345
Index
389
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