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Identification manual for fungi from utility poles in the eastern United States

Identification manual for fungi from utility poles in the eastern United States

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Published by American Type Culture Collection in Rockville, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • East (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Wood-decaying fungi -- East (U.S.) -- Identification.,
    • Fungi -- East (U.S.) -- Identification.,
    • Wood poles -- East (U.S.),
    • Electric lines -- East (U.S.) -- Poles and towers.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesFungi from utility poles.
      Statementedited by C.J.K. Wang and R.A. Zabel.
      ContributionsWang, Chun-Juan, 1928-, Zabel, R. A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK604.2.W65 I34 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 356 p. :
      Number of Pages356
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1976632M
      ISBN 100930009312
      LC Control Number90218479

      This book collects the descriptions of the cultural characteristics of the most commonly isolated species of fungi from the groundline zone of utility poles in the eastern U.S.A., and explains how to isolate, culture and identify by: United States Department Of Agriculture. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Research Station. General Technical Report PNW-GTR January Handbook to Additional Fungal Species of Special Concern in the Northwest Forest Plan. Michael A. Castellano, Efrén Cázares, Bryan Fondrick, and .

      called Identification Manual for Fungi from Utility Poles in the Eastern United States. It characterizes the species of the most common fungi responsible for the decay of utility poles. Edited by C. J. K. Wang and R. A. Zabel of the State University of New York at Syracuse, the manual was designed for microbiologists. The manual costs $ Wang C.J.K, Zabel R.A. Identification manual for fungi from utility poles in the eastern United States. American Type Culture Collection. Rockville, Maryland, , pp. Wojewoda W. Polish Tulasnellales III. Tulasnella violacea (Johan-Olsen ap. Bref.) Juel.

      IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGI Fungi are eukaryotic, heterotrophic, nonphotosynthetic organisms in a separate kingdom called Fungi. The majority consist of filaments called hyphae, and the network of filaments is the mycelium. They live either as parasites or as saprophytes, absorbing organic material from their Size: 33KB. Get free shipping on Medically Important Fungi: A Guide to Identification ISBN from TextbookRush at a great price and get free shipping on orders over $35!


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