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The Applied Mycology of Fusarium

The Applied Mycology of Fusarium
Symposium of the British Mycological Society Held at Queen Mary College London, September 1982

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C. Booth, R. Marchant, J. H. Burnett, D. Price, R. B. Drysdale, J. L. Thomas, N. Claydon, J. F. Grove, P. K. C. Austwick, C. J. Mirocha, J. E. Smith, I. Mitchell, M. L. C. Chiu, J. Gilbert, M. O. Moss, J. D. Bu'Lock, C. Anderson, G. O. Solomons
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  • Date Published: June 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521279246

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  • This 1984 book resulted from a symposium held by the British Mycological Society to bring together the many diverse areas of study of the genus Fusarium. Among the contributors to this volume were scientists working on applied and fundamental aspects of the subject. The book highlights the importance of the genus pathology, animal husbandry, human disease and as biodeteriogens. Yet other Fusarium spp. are sources of useful biochemicals: for example, one species is utilised for the manufacture of microbial protein for human consumption. All these topics are covered in this volume, which with continue to be of interest to a wide range of biologists and students.

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    • Date Published: June 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521279246
    • length: 276 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 16 mm
    • weight: 0.41kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Preface
    1. The Fusarium problem: historical, economic and taxonomic aspects C. Booth
    2. The ultrastructure and physiology of sporulation in Fusarium R. Marchant
    3. Aspects of Fusarium genetics J. H. Burnett
    4. Fusarium and plant pathology: the reservoir of infection D. Price
    5. The production and significance in phytopathology of toxins produced by species of Fusarium R. B. Drysdale
    6. Fusarium as a biodeteriogen: a case history J. L. Thomas
    7. Fusarium as an insect pathogen N. Claydon and J. F. Grove
    8. Fusarium infections in man and animals P. K. C. Austwick
    9. Mycotoxioses associated with Fusarium C. J. Mirocha
    10. The natural occurence of Fusarium mycotoxins J. E. Smith, I. Mitchell and M. L. C. Chiu
    11. The detection and analysis of Fusarium mycotoxins J. Gilbert
    12. The biosynthesis of Fusarium mycotoxins M. O. Moss
    13. Useful metabolytes of Fusarium J. D. Bu'Lock
    14. Primary metabolism and biomass production from Fusarium C. Anderson and G. O. Solomons
    Index.

  • Editors

    Maurice O. Moss

    John E. Smith, University of Strathclyde

    Contributors

    C. Booth, R. Marchant, J. H. Burnett, D. Price, R. B. Drysdale, J. L. Thomas, N. Claydon, J. F. Grove, P. K. C. Austwick, C. J. Mirocha, J. E. Smith, I. Mitchell, M. L. C. Chiu, J. Gilbert, M. O. Moss, J. D. Bu'Lock, C. Anderson, G. O. Solomons

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