Bibliography, year 2000 to present

Chiu, S. W. & Moore, D. (2000). Programmed cell death is not involved in initiation of the gill cavity of Coprinus cinereus: a study using morphological mutants. In Science and Cultivation of Edible Fungi, Mushroom Science XV, vol. 1 (L. J. L. D. Van Griensven, ed.), pp. 115-119. Balkema: Rotterdam. CLICK HERE to download the full text. [XVth International Congress on the Science and Cultivation of Edible Fungi was held in Maastricht, The Netherlands, May 15-19, 2000].

Chiu, S. W., Chiu, W. T., Lin, F. C. & Moore, D. (2000). Diversity of rDNA sequences indicates that China harbours the greatest germplasm resource of the cultivated mushroom Lentinula edodes.  In Science and Cultivation of Edible Fungi, Mushroom Science XV, vol. 1 (L. J. L. D. Van Griensven, ed.), pp.  239-243. Balkema: Rotterdam. CLICK HERE to download the full text. [XVth International Congress on the Science and Cultivation of Edible Fungi was held in Maastricht, The Netherlands, May 15-19, 2000].

Chiu, S. W., Wang, Z. M., Leung, T. M. & Moore, D. (2000). Nutritional value of Ganoderma extract and assessment of its genotoxicity and antigenotoxicity using comet assays of mouse lymphocytes. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 38: 173-178. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0278-6915(99)00146-5. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2000). Slayers, Saviors, Servants and Sex. An exposé of Kingdom Fungi. New York: Springer-Verlag. ISBN-10: 0387951016, ISBN-13: 9780387951010. URL: http://www.springer.com/life+sciences/microbiology/book/978-0-387-95098-3.

Moore, D. (2000). Fungi for better health and environment: context and concepts. Invited “overview lecture” in a seminar with the title Fungi for Better Health and Environment in the ZERI Pavilion at the Hannover World Fair EXPO2000, October 23, 2000. This was at the invitation of the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (MISTRA) and the ZERI Foundation (a non-profit network of academics, business people, bureaucrats, and educators; ZERI's goal is the efficient production of goods and services society needs without waste  Zero Emissions). The two Foundations organised the seminar to emphasise the contribution of fungi to these aims. CLICK HERE to download the PowerPoint presentation.

Moore, D., Reeve, M. A., Meškauskas, A., Sánchez, C. & Chiu, S W. (2000). Mushroom mechanics and mathematical models of mushroom morphogenesis. In: Science and Cultivation of Edible Fungi, Mushroom Science XV, vol. 1 (L. J. L. D. Van Griensven, ed.), pp. 103-107. Balkema: Rotterdam. CLICK HERE to download the full text. [XVth International Congress on the Science and Cultivation of Edible Fungi was held in Maastricht, The Netherlands, May 15-19, 2000] CLICK HERE to download the text of the spoken paper. CLICK HERE to download the abstract.

2001
Chiu, S. W. & Moore, D. (2001). Threats to biodiversity caused by traditional mushroom cultivation technology in China. In Fungal Conservation: Issues and Solutions (Moore, D., Nauta, M. M., Evans, S. E. & Rotheroe, M., eds), pp. 111-119. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, U.K. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2001). The contribution of national mycological societies: establishing a British Mycological Society policy. In Fungal Conservation: Issues and Solutions (Moore, D., Nauta, M. M., Evans, S. E. & Rotheroe, M., eds), pp. 223-241. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, U.K. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. & Chiu, S. W. (2001). Fungal Products as Food. In Bio-Exploitation of Filamentous Fungi (S. B. Pointing & K. D. Hyde, eds), pp. 223-251. Fungal Diversity Press: Hong Kong. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D., Nauta, M. M., Evans, S. E. & Rotheroe, M. (2001). Fungal conservation issues: recognising the problem, finding solutions. In Fungal Conservation: Issues and Solutions (Moore, D., Nauta, M. M., Evans, S. E. & Rotheroe, M., eds), pp. 1-6. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, U.K. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D., Nauta, M. M., Evans, S. E. & Rotheroe, M. (2001). Fungal conservation in the 21st century: optimism and pessimism for the future. In Fungal Conservation: Issues and Solutions (Moore, D., Nauta, M. M., Evans, S. E. & Rotheroe, M., eds), pp. 247-255. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, U.K. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D., Nauta, M. M., Evans, S. E. & Rotheroe, M. (2001). Fungal Conservation: Issues and Solutions. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN-10: 0521803632, ISBN-13: 9780521803632. Book DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511565168.

2002
Moore, D. & Chiu, S. W. (2002). Impact of developmental, physiological and environmental studies on the commercial cultivation of mushrooms. In: Tropical Mycology, Vol. l, Macromycetes, (R. Watling, J. C. Frankland, A.M. Ainsworth, S. Isaac & C. H. Robinson, eds), pp. 167-181. CAB lnternational: Wallingford, UK. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. & Novak Frazer, L. (2002). Essential Fungal Genetics. New York: Springer-Verlag. ISBN-10: 0-387-95367-1, ISBN13: 978–0387953670. Softcover ISBN13: 978-1441929747. URL: http://springerlink.com/content/978-0-387-95367-0.

2003
Moore, D. (2003). Programmed cell death alive and well in fungi. Mycological Research, 107: 1251-1252. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0953756203249157. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D., McNulty, L.J. & Meškauskas, A. (2003). Virtual fungi: progress in modelling fungal morphogenesis. Symposium paper presented at BASIDIO 2003 held at Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne, Warwick, Friday 5th September 2003. CLICK HERE to download the ABSTRACT text. CLICK HERE to download the poster. CLICK HERE to download the PowerPoint presentation.

Meškauskas, A., McNulty, L.J. & Moore, D. (2003). An experimental tool to study fungal networks: the Neighbour-Sensing mathematical model of hyphal growth. Spoken paper for an International Workshop on Complex Agent-based Dynamic Networks, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, 5-7 October 2003. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

2004
Meškauskas, A., McNulty, L. J. & Moore, D. (2004). Concerted regulation of all hyphal tips generates fungal fruit body structures: experiments with computer visualisations produced by a new mathematical model of hyphal growth. Mycological Research, 108: 341-353. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0953756204009670. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Meškauskas, A., Fricker, M. D. & Moore, D. (2004). Simulating colonial growth of fungi with the Neighbour-Sensing model of hyphal growth. Mycological Research, 108: 1241-1256. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0953756204001261. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2004). The Neighbour-Sensing model of hyphal growth as an experimental tool. Poster for BMS Annual Scientific Meeting Fungi in the Environment at the University of Nottingham, September 13-15, 2004. CLICK HERE to download the ABSTRACT text. CLICK HERE to download the POSTER handout text. CLICK HERE to download the finished POSTER.

Moore, D., McNulty L. J. & Meškauskas, A. (2004). Branching in fungal hyphae and fungal tissues: growing mycelia in a desktop computer. In Branching Morphogenesis, (Jamie A. Davies, ed.), pp. 75-90. Published by Landes Bioscience Publishing/Springer/Eurekah.com, ISBN: 978-0-387-25615-3. [published on line at http://www.landesbioscience.com/curie/chapter/1850/]. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D., Meškauskas, A., McNulty, L.J., Robson, G.D. & Walsh, C. (2004). Stop talking at the back – just do what it says on the tin! Oral presentation for BMS Annual Scientific Meeting Fungi in the Environment at the University of Nottingham, September 13-15, 2004. CLICK HERE to download the ABSTRACT text.

Sánchez, C., Téllez-Téllez, M., Díaz-Godínez, G. & Moore, D. (2004). Simple staining detects ultrastructural and biochemical differentiation of vegetative hyphae and fruit body initials in colonies of Pleurotus pulmonarius. Letters in Applied Microbiology, 38: 483-487. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1472-765X.2004.01517.x. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

2005
Fricker, M. D., Bebber, D., Darrah, P. R., Tlalka, M., Watkinson, S. C., Boddy, L., Yiasoumis, L., Cartwright, H. M., Meškauskas, A., McNulty, L. J., Moore, D., Smith, D. M. D., Nakagaki, T., Lee, C. F. and Johnson, N. (2005). Inspiration from microbes: from patterns to networks. In: Complex Systems and Inter-Disciplinary Science, (B. W. Arthur, R. Axtell, S. Bornholdt et al. eds) London: World Scientific Publishing Co. (in press). CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2005). Principles of mushroom developmental biology. International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, 7: 79-102. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1615/IntJMedMushr.v7.i12.90. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2005). More to fungi than meets the eye. Presentation given to Café Scientifique (“…café society where scientists and ‘normal people’ can talk…”) in Manchester Museum’s Café Muse at the University of Manchester, Monday 7th March, 2005.  CLICK HERE to download the full PowerPoint presentation.

Moore, D., Fryer, K., Quinn, C., Roberts, S. & Townley, R. (2005). How much are your children taught about fungi in school? Mycologist, 19: 152-158. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0269915XO5004040. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D., Walsh, C. & Robson, G.D. (2005). A search for developmental gene sequences in the genomes of filamentous fungi. In: Applied Mycology and Biotechnology, Vol. 6, Genes, Genomics and Bioinformatics, (D.K. Arora & R. Berka, eds). Pp. 169-188. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science. ISBN-10: 044451807X, ISBN-13: 978-0444518071. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

2006
Moore, D (2006). A day in the life of … a mycologist. School Science Review, 88: 9-10. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2006). Now where did we lose Kingdom Fungi? Teaching Ecology Newsletter (British Ecological Society), 32: 11-13. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2006). fungi4schools - the new BMS education website. Mycologist, 20: 152-158. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mycol.2006.09.013. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2006). Clustered Brittlestem, Psathyrella multipedata. Photograph by David Moore. School Science Review, cover. CLICK HERE to download the cover.

Moore, D. (2006). Fungi 4 Schools – the website. School Science Review, 88: 91-94. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2006). Please Miss: what’s happened to Kingdom Fungi? Short article requested by English Nature Magazine, and sent to them October 2006 but probably not published as the magazine ceased publication in July 2006 when English Nature became Natural England. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2006). Dear Parents, we regret to inform you that the curriculum does not include fungi. North West Fungus Group Newsletter, October issue. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. (2006). Fungus: a day in your life. Presentation given to pupils at Cheadle & Matple Sixth Form College. CLICK HERE to download the full PowerPoint presentation.

Moore, D. & Elliott, P. (2006). Fungus: a day in your life. Printed comic-style publication, published by the British Mycological Society. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. & Meškauskas, A. (2006). A comprehensive comparative analysis of the occurrence of developmental sequences in fungal, plant and animal genomes. Mycological Research, 110: 251-256. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mycres.2006.01.003. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. & Moore, E. (2006). Borne in the wagon of a travelling show: the BMS Roadshow rides on. Mycologist, 20: 176-181. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mycol.2006.09.014. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D. & Pöder, R. (2006). Are your children taught anything about fungi at school? Sydowia, 58: 1-2. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D., Pöder, R., Molitoris, H. P., Money, N. P., Figlas, D. & Lebel, T. (2006). Crisis in teaching future generations about fungi. Mycological Research, 110: 626-627. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mycres.2006.05.005. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Moore, D., Roberts, S., Quinn, C., Townley, R., Fryer, K. (2006). Mushroom surprise. More than a mushroom: the low-down on fungi for all key stages. The Times Educational Supplement, January 6th, 2006, 12-13. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

Sánchez, C., Moore, D. & Díaz-Godínez, G. (2006). Microscopic observations of the early development of Pleurotus pulmonarius fruit bodies. Mycologia, 98: 682-689. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3852/mycologia.98.5.682. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

2008
Moore, D., Gange, A.C., Gange, E.G. & Boddy, L. (2008). Fruit bodies: their production and development in relation to environment. In: Ecology of Saprotrophic Basidiomycetes (L. Boddy, J.C. Frankland & P. van West, eds), pp. 79-103. Amsterdam: Elsevier. ISBN-10: 0123741858, ISBN-13: 978-0123741851. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

2009
Moore, D. & Meškauskas, A. (2009). Where are the sequences that control multicellular development in filamentous fungi? In: Current Advances in Molecular Mycology, (Y. Gherbawy, R.L. Mach & M. Rai, eds), pp. 1-37. Nova Science Publishers ISBN 10: 1604569093, ISBN 13: 9781604569094. CLICK HERE to download the full text.

2011
Moore, D., Robson, G.D. & Trinci, A.P.J. (2011). 21st Century Guidebook to Fungi. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9780521186957. URL: http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item6026594/?site_locale=en_GB. View Amazon page.

2012
Moore, D., Bie, P. & Oser, H. (eds) (2012). Biological and Medical Research in Space; An Overview of Life Sciences Research in Microgravity. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 569 pp. ISBN-10: 3642646948, ISBN-13: 978-3642646942. Softcover reprint of the original 1996 edition. CLICK HERE to view Amazon page.

2013
Moore, D. (2013). Fungal Biology in the Origin and Emergence of Life. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 230 pp. ISBN-10: 1107652774, ISBN-13: 978-1107652774. Visit the publisher’s website, and/or the Amazon page.

Updated December 7, 2016