1921
Volume 12, Issue 6
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

provides a meeting ground for the various disciplines whose interests include Mycology.

An introductory chapter briefly reviews the role of fungi in industry and medicine. Chapter 2, , presents the salient features of the different types of fungi. The terms “saprophytic form” and “parasitic form” are suggested as substitutes for “mycelial phase” and “yeast phase” as presently applied to the diphasic fungi. A timely plea is made for rational, uniform pronunciation of specific names of the fungi. Basic rules are given with illustrative applications.

A chapter entitled presents a discussion of the various methods of grouping the mycoses as geographic, topographic, epidemiologic in a manner to increase understanding of the problem.

The necessity of mustering all available evidence for diagnosis of fungus diseases is presented under .

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