Dictionary of the Fungi 10th ed. by Paul M Kirk, Paul F Cannon, J A Stalpers

By Paul M Kirk, Paul F Cannon, J A Stalpers

This new version, with greater than 21,000 entries, offers the main entire directory on hand of commonly used names of fungi, their households and orders, their attributes and descriptive phrases. for every genus, the authority, the date of booklet, prestige, systematic place, variety of authorised species, distribution, and key references are given. Diagnoses of households and info of orders and better different types are integrated for all teams of fungi. moreover, there are biographic notes, info on recognized metabolites and mycotoxins, and concise money owed of virtually all natural and utilized facets of the topic (including citations of vital literature).

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