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  • BIOLOGY OF CONIDIAL FUNGI, VOLUME 1by Garry T. Cole

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 72.95

    Biology of Conidial Fungi, Volume I covers the history, classification, distribution, and ecology of conidial fungi. Conidial fungi are anamorphic (asexual) fungi of presumed ascomycetous or basidiomycetous origin. Organized into three parts encompassing 14 chapters, the book begins with a brief introduction to the history of conidial fungi. It then... more...

  • Biology Of Conidial Fungiby Garry T. Cole

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 72.95

    Biology of Conidial Fungi, Volume 2 presents detailed considerations of many facets of conidial fungi. Organized into four parts, this volume begins with the discussion on the four categories of clinical infections of man caused by this organism. It then describes the ultrastructure, development, physiology, biochemistry, and genetics of conidial fungi.... more...

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