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by John Webster

eBook Introduction to Fungi download ISBN: 0521292328
Author: John Webster
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 14, 1977)
Language: English
Pages: 432
ePub: 1938 kb
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Introduction to Fungi. I haven't read much scientific literature on fungi after my PhD in 1976. All these new views are combined in this book with the classic knowledge about fungi, based on light and electron microscope observations, biochemical studies and biological and ecological aspacts.

Introduction to Fungi. This book is for me a very good re-introduction in this field of science. The authors have succeeded in a presentation of the huge material in an attractive way, with numerous drawings and photographs, including 12 full color plates.

John Webster (25 May 1925 – 27 December 2014) was an internationally renowned mycologist, head of biological sciences at the University of Exeter in England, and twice president of the British Mycological Society. He is recognised for determining the physiological mechanism underpinning fungal spore release, though is probably best known by students of mycology for his influential textbook, Introduction to Fungi. by. Webster, John, 1925-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Fungi, Fungi, Champignons, Fungi, Pilze, Einführung. Publisher Books to Borrow. Uploaded by MerciG on October 18, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

by John Webster, Roland Weber. Books related to Introduction to Fungi. Dinosaur Paleobiology. Plant Tissue Culture.

Introduction to Fungi book. Abdullah, S. K. & Webster, J. (1980). Occurrence of aero-aquatic fungi in soil. Transactions of the British Mycological Society, 75, 511–514. Cited by 119. Cited by. 119. Crossref Citations. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Chang, Shu-Ting 2007.

John Webster, Roland Weber. Cambridge University Press, 25 янв. 2007 г. 0 Отзывы. Dr Weber has authored some 90 scientific publications in a wide range of journals, as well as several book chapters. By (author) Revd Prof. John Webster, By (author) Roland W. S. Weber.

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Comments: (7)
Yozshugore
Some of the taxonomy in this book is not up to date anymore but that will almost certainly always be the case for a book like this. Apart from that little flaw it is an awesome book that I would recommend to anyone working with or interested in fungi. It helped me a lot in preparing for my preliminary exams as a Ph.D student in plant pathology. The book is really well written and covers the whole kingdom of fungi. I always enjoy reading it and am amazed by the lifestyle and capabilities of fungi again and again. I also think the price of this book is amazing compared to how much textbooks usually cost.
Faulkree
Very dense textbook. It requires having a computer handy to look up things as I go and rereading, but I am learning lots.
Ballalune
Intro is a misnomer. This is really scientific book and although the first couple pages may be an intro the 99% rest of the book is PhD level reading
Kirinaya
If you like fungi, this is a must have book!
Ximinon
It is difficult to find such a comprehensive text for fungi - this is certainly comprehensive. However, it is also easy to read and is a great general resource for someone in a professional field who works with fungi.
Nikohn
Sooo much information!
Mataxe
I purchased this book and recommend it to every professional mycologists and plant pathologists. I'm really happy with the purchase.
This book was required for a class I took, and it was not helpful at all. I am sure there are people who better understand the chemistry and micro-level stuff of fungi that this book would be great for, but those people aren't me, or the average undergraduate!