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Essential plant pathology [Monograph] - 2nd ed
Schumann, G.L. \ D'Arcy, C.J. \ cop. 2010
plant pathology - plant diseases - plant pathogens - plant parasitic nematodes - parasitic plants - plant disorders - glossaries - textbooks - plant-microbe interactions - Plant diseases

This inviting new edition is written specifically to the introductory plant pathology course level by award-winning educators, Gail Schumann and Cleo D’Arcy. The book is reader-friendly with important terms and concepts clearly identified. Special “Did you know?” boxes will spark student interest by providing cultural and historical facts about plant diseases and every chapter will guide students to recommended resources, study questions, “Words to Know,” Internet research exercises, and DVD exercises. The new second edition text comes packaged with a dynamic DVD that works hand-in-hand with the popular APSnet Education Center and provides students and their professors with an engaging way to learn and teach plant pathology. This DVD contains many important supplementary materials that can be used without internet access, including: expanded and revised identification exercises, new APSnet Education Center peer-reviewed instructional materials, and new web links for each chapter.

Used in course: PHP-20806 Fundamentals of Plant Breeding, Plant Pathology and Entomology
Magical mushrooms, mischievous molds : [the remarkable story of the fungus kingdom and its impact on human affairs [Monograph]Table of contents
Hudler, G.W. \ 1998
fungi - mushrooms - moulds - plant pathogenic fungi - hallucinogenic fungi - medical mycology - mycology

Mushrooms magically spew forth from the earth in the hours that follow a summer rain. Fuzzy brown molds mischievously turn forgotten peaches to slime in the kitchen fruit bowl. And in thousands of other ways, members of the kingdom Fungi do their part to make life on Earth the miracle that it is. In this book, George Hudler leads us on a tour of an often-overlooked group of organisms, which differ radically from both animals and plants. Along the way the author stops to ponder the marvels of nature and the impact of mere microbes on the evolution of civilization. Nature's ultimate recyclers not only save us from drowning in a sea of organic waste, but also provide us with food, drink, and a wide array of valuable medicines and industrial chemicals. Some fungi make deadly poisons and psychedelic drugs that have interesting histories in and of themselves. The role of fungi in the Irish potato famine, in the Salem Witch Trials, in the philosophical writings of Greek scholars, and in the creation of ginger snaps are just a few of the many great moments in history to grace these pages.

Used in course: PHP-50306 The Magic of Mushroom and Mould Biology; PHP-21303 Fundamentals of Plant Pathology and Entomology
Magical mushrooms, slayers and sex : how moulds mould society [Lecture notes]
Crous, P.W. \ Govers, F. \ [2011]
fungi - biodiversity - beneficial organisms - plant pathogenic fungi - fungal diseases - fungal insecticides - mushrooms - identification - textbooks

Used in course: PHP-50306 The Magic of Mushroom and Mould Biology
Molecular aspects of bio-interactions [Lecture notes]
Kan, J.A.L. van \ Dicke, M. \ Smant, G. \ Kormelink, R. \ Geurts, R. \ Bouwmeester, H. \ 2013
plants - defence mechanisms - plant pathogens - insect pests - plant parasitic nematodes - host parasite relationships - textbooks - plant-microbe interactions - insect plant relations - molecular interactions - host pathogen interactions

Used in course: PHP-30806 Molecular Aspects of Bio-interactions
Plant-microbe interactions [Lecture notes]
Wageningen University \ 2013
plants - plant pathogens - host parasite relationships - textbooks - plant-microbe interactions

Used in course: PHP-30306 Plant-Microbe Interactions
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