Revised and updated in accordance with changing undergraduate course r equirements, this new edition continues to provide a concise introduct ion to the fundamental properties and activities of fungi in their nat ural environment. This approach avoids the repetition of taxonomy and life cycle studies found in similar texts. The environmental perspecti ve used to illustrate the book helps readers develop their understandi ng of basic principles. This is the ideal book for students taking int roductory mycology courses and for graduates starting to use fungi in their research.
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