study their development and ultrastructure. Those cul-turesnowservice the study ofchytrids worldwide, in-cludingthefirstchytrid genome and several NSF projects.
2 BMS Council and Committee Members 2011 President Prof. Naresh Magan Vice-President Dr. Stuart Skeates President Elect Dr. Geoff Robson Treasurer Prof. Geoff M Gadd Secretary Position vacant Publications Officer Dr. Pieter van West International Initiatives Adviser Prof. AJ Whalley Fungal ...
Mycologist, Volume 17 , Part 1 February 2003. ©Cambridge University Press Printed in the United Kingdom. DOI: 10.1017/S0269915 X03001174 37 I' VE GOT Y OU UNDER MY S KIN - T HE M OULDS OF M AN There are thought to be over 1.5 million species offungi.
Mycologist, Volume 17 , Part 4 November 2003. ©Cambridge University Press Printed in the United Kingdom. DOI: 10.1017/S0269915 X04004185 147 Dermatophytes - the skin eaters LIZ JOHNSON Mycology Reference Laboratory, Health Protection Agency Southwest, Myrtle Road, Kingsdown, Bristol BS2 8EL I ...
Lori Carris, mycologist, is working on the systematics and biology of fungi causing bunt and smut diseases of cultivated and wild grasses. Tim Murray is the small grains pathologist and chairman of the department.
1 Taxonomic Mycology: The good, the bad, the optimistic By Harold H. Burdsall, Jr. or 26 years I have been for tunate enough to be paid to do the sort of work I most enjoy — as a taxonomic mycologist,
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University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse WI 54601 Email <email@example.com> Internet World Wide Web Page < TomVolkFungi.net > E DUCATION Postdoctoral Research Mycologist with Dr. Harold H. Burdsall, Jr., USDA Forest Products Lab, Madison Nov. 1989-August 1996 Postdoctoral Research Associate with Dr ...
culture to it via prepared spore syringe or culture syringe. Obviously a culture syringe would be better because there is already mycelium in it and there wont be a germination period as with spores.