Progress in Mycology

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Mahendra Rai, University of Debrecen
Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 4, 2011 - Science - 449 pages
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There has been tremendous biotechnological advancement in the field of fungi in the last two decades. This book provides readers with current trends in the field of Mycology in general and fungal biotechnology in particular.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 BETTER YEAST FOR BETTER WINE GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE WINE STRAINS
1
CHAPTER 2 GENETICS AND GENOMICS OF ASPERGILLUS FLA VUS
50
CHAPTER 3 GENETIC TRANSFORMATION OF ZYGOMYCETES FUNGI
75
CHAPTER 4 CURRENT ADVANCES IN ASPERGILLOSIS
95
CHAPTER 5 FUNGAL INFECTIONS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
141
A REVIEW
181
CHAPTER7 CURRENT TRENDS IN FUNGAL RHINOSINUSITIS
193
CHAPTER 8 BIODIVERSITY OF FILAMENTOUS FUNGI ON SOILS AND SANDS
232
POSSIBILITIES AND PROSPECTS
293
CHAPTER 11 HIGHER BASIDIOMYCETES MUSHROOMS AS A SOURCE OF ANTIOXIDANTS
311
A WORLD REVIEW
327
CHAPTER 13 MERCURY IN CERTAIN MUSHROOM SPECIES IN POLAND
349
CHAPTER 14 ALCOHOL OXIDASE ENZYME OF METHYLOTROPHIC YEASTS AS A BASIS OF BIOSENSORS FOR DETECTION OF LOWE...
384
CHAPTER 15 CHITIN METABOLISM IN FUNGI
409
CHARACTERIZATION PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONS
424
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CHAPTER 9 ROLE OF MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN GROWTH PROMOTION OF CROP PLANTS
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Mahendra Rai is Professor of Biotechnology, SGB Amravati University, India.

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