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100 1  Bills, Gerald F 
245 10 Biodiversity of Fungi :|bInventory and Monitoring Methods 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Burlington :|bElsevier Science & Technology,|c2004 
264  4 |c©2004 
300    1 online resource (797 pages) 
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505 0  Front Cover -- Biodiversity of Fungi: Inventory and 
       Monitoring Methods -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- 
       Foreword -- Preface -- Addresses of Authors and 
       Contributors -- Introduction -- Part I: General Issues -- 
       Chapter 1. Fungi and Their Allies -- Chapter 2. 
       Preparation, Preservation, and Use of Fungal Specimens in 
       Herbaria -- Chapter 3. Preservation and Distribution of 
       Fungal Cultures -- Chapter 4. Electronic Information 
       Resources -- Chapter 5. Fungal Biodiversity Patterns -- 
       Chapter 6. Molecular Methods for Discriminating Taxa, 
       Monitoring Species, and Assessing Fungal Diversity -- Part
       IIA: Recommended Protocols for Sampling Particular Groups 
       of Fungi: Direct Collecting and Isolation Protocols for 
       Macrofungi and Microfungi -- Chapter 7. Fungi on Living 
       Plant Substrata, Including Fruits -- Chapter 8. 
       Terrestrial and Lignicolous Macrofungi -- Chapter 9. 
       Lichenized Fungi -- Chapter 10. Sequestrate Fungi -- Part 
       IIB: Recommended Protocols for Sampling Particular Groups 
       of Fungi: Isolation Protocols for Readily Culturable 
       Microfungi Associated with Plants -- Chapter 11. 
       Microfungi on Wood and Plant Debris -- Chapter 12. 
       Endophytic Fungi -- Chapter 13. Saprobic Soil Fungi -- 
       Chapter 14. Fungi in Stressful Environments -- Chapter 15.
       Mutualistic Arbuscular Endomycorrhizal Fungi -- Chapter 
       16. Yeasts -- Chapter 17. Fungicolous Fungi -- Part IIC: 
       Recommended Protocols for Sampling Particular Groups of 
       Fungi: Collecting and Isolation Protocols for Fungi 
       Associated with Animals -- Chapter 18. Insect- and Other 
       Arthropod-Associated Fungi -- Chapter 19. Fungal Parasites
       and Predators of Rotifers, Nematodes, and Other 
       Invertebrates -- Chapter 20. Fungi Associated with 
       Vertebrates -- Chapter 21. Coprophilous Fungi -- Chapter 
       22. Anaerobic Zoosporic Fungi Associated with Animals 
505 8  Part IID: Recommended Protocols for Sampling Particular 
       Groups of Fungi: Collecting and Isolation Protocols for 
       Aquatic Fungi and for Protoctistans Formerly Treated as 
       Fungi -- Chapter 23. Fungi in Freshwater Habitats -- 
       Chapter 24. Marine and Estuarine Mycelial Eumycota and 
       Oomycota -- Chapter 25. Mycetozoans -- Chapter 26. Fungi 
       Associated with Aquatic Animals -- Part III: Appendices, 
       Glossary, Literature Cited, and Miscellaneous -- Appendix 
       I. Moist Chambers for the Development of Fungi -- Appendix
       II. Formulae for Selected Materials Used to Isolate and 
       Study Fungi and Fungal Allies -- Appendix III. 
       Institutions with Significant Collections of Fungi or 
       Fungal Allies and Fungus-Related Websites -- Appendix IV. 
       Vendors -- Glossary -- Literature Cited -- Index 
520    Biodiversity of Fungi is essential for anyone collecting 
       and/or monitoring any fungi. Fascinating and beautiful, 
       fungi are vital components of nearly all ecosystems and 
       impact human health and our economy in a myriad of ways. 
       Standardized methods for documenting diversity and 
       distribution have been lacking. A wealth of information, 
       especially regrading sampling protocols, compiled by an 
       international team of fungal biologists, make Biodiversity
       of Fungi an incredible and fundamental resource for the 
       study of organismal biodiversity. Chapters cover 
       everything from what is a fungus, to maintaining and 
       organizing a permanent study collection with associated 
       databases; from protocols for sampling slime molds to 
       insect associated fungi; from fungi growing on and in 
       animals and plants to mushrooms and truffles. The chapters
       are arranged both ecologically and by sampling method 
       rather than by taxonomic group for ease of use. The 
       information presented here is intended for everyone 
       interested in fungi, anyone who needs tools to study them 
       in nature including naturalists, land managers, ecologists,
       mycologists, and even citizen scientists and sophiscated 
       amateurs. Covers all groups of fungi - from molds to 
       mushrooms, even slime molds Describes sampling protocols 
       for many groups of fungi Arranged by sampling method and 
       ecology to coincide with users needs Beautifully 
       illustrated to document the range of fungi treated and 
       techniques discussed Natural history data are provided for
       each group of fungi to enable users to modify suggested 
       protocols to meet their needs 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Biodiversity -- Congresses.;Fungi -- Congresses.;Fungi -- 
       Dispersal -- Congresses.;Fungi -- Sampling -- 
       Congresses.;Mycological surveys -- Congresses 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Foster, Mercedes S 
700 1  Mueller, Greg M 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aBills, Gerald F.|tBiodiversity of Fungi 
       : Inventory and Monitoring Methods|dBurlington : Elsevier 
       Science & Technology,c2004|z9780125095518 
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