21st Century Guidebook to Fungi Online Second Edition

by David Moore, Geoffrey D. Robson and Anthony P.J. Trinci

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Chapter 1: 21st century fungal communities. The following appendix item is attached to this chapter: About the diversity of fungi. 20 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 2: Evolutionary origins: Life, the Universe and everything. The following appendix items are attached to this chapter: The story of Planet Earth; Some terminology explained; Outline Classification of Fungi 2018; A fungal root for the eukaryote tree. 66 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 3: Natural classification of fungi. The following appendix items are attached to this chapter: Pheromones in fungi; The fungal species: a matter of definition. 61 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 4: Hyphal cell biology and growth on solid substrates. 29 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 5: Fungal cell biology. 69 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 6: Structure and synthesis of fungal cell walls. 28 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 7: From the haploid to the functional diploid; homokaryons, heterokaryons, dikaryons and compatibility. 29 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 8: Sexual reproduction: the basis of diversity and taxonomy. 28 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 9: Continuing the diversity theme: cell and tissue differentiation. The following appendix items are attached to this chapter: Mycelial Differentiation; Rhythms, oscillators and clock genes; Hyphal differentiation. 52 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 10: Fungi in ecosystems. 45 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 11: Exploiting fungi for food. 21 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 12:  Development and morphogenesis. The following appendix items are attached to this chapter: Don Emmeluth’s Latin and Greek Derivations; Ten ways to make a mushroom; Genomic systems analysis of fungi starter references. 74 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 13: Ecosystem mycology: saprotrophs, and mutualisms between plants and fungi. The following appendix item is attached to this chapter: Ecosystem Services in the 21st Century Guidebook to Fungi. 69 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 14: Fungi as pathogens of plants. The following appendix items are attached to this chapter: Where to find more information about crop diseases, crop losses and plant pathogens; The Potato Murrain. 46 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 15: Fungi as symbionts and predators of animals. The following appendix item is attached to this chapter: Additional notes about the metabolism of anaerobic chytrids. 30 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 16: Fungi as pathogens of animals, including man. The following appendix item is attached to this chapter: Trichomycete illustrations. 59 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 17: Whole organism biotechnology. 86 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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Chapter 18: Molecular biotechnology. The following appendix items are attached to this chapter: Learning more about genome-enabled mycology; Genomic systems analysis of fungi.  74 pp. PDF file priced at FIVE US$ ($5)

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October 2019