|Statement||[by] K.G. Mukerji& R.C. Juneja.|
|Contributions||Juneja, R C.|
Fungi of India: Supplement to the list of Indian fungi, [K. G Mukerji] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : K. G Mukerji. Mangrove Fungi of India is unique with respect to its content and text. This is the first research databased book on the subject in India. It covers the Mangrove fungal biodiversity of India in a more comprehensive manner. The data presented in Mangrove Fungi of India will be helpful for mycological researchers in the near future. The book is designed not only for the post graduate and research . From inside the book. View all. Fungi of India: List of References K. S. Bilgrami Cooke Cult Curr Cynodon Darjeeling Dead leaves Dead stem Dead twigs Dead wood decaying Dehradun Delhi disease dung Ficus forest fruits fungi genus Gorakhpur Ground GUPTA hills Himalayas host Hyderabad Hymeno Hypho India Indian Phytopath Jabalpur Kanpur. About this book. Descriptions of smut fungi species belonging to 45 genera known from the Indian Subcontinent (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) are described, including 11 species reported for the first time.
Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : ioned: ble. The Identification of Fungi: An Illustrated Introduction with Keys, Glossary, and Guide to Literature is a comprehensive manual that gives beginners the skills to identify fungi. In addition to plant pathogenic fungi, the manual covers mushrooms, slime molds, fungi of clinical significance, indoor air fungi, and other aspects of mycology/5(3). The exsiccate of these fungi have been deposited in the “Ajrekar Mycological Herbarium”, Agharkar Research Institute, Pune, India, under their respective accession numbers. View Show abstract. Mushroom Basics. Fungi are important organisms that serve many vital functions in forest ecosystems including decomposition (Fig. 1), nutrient cycling, symbiotic relationships with trees and other plants, biological control of other fungi, and as the causal agents of diseases in plants and Size: 5MB.
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