Mycology Reference Cards: Set of 8 Cards
Mycology Reference Cards: Set of 8 Cards

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  • ISBN-13: 9780890542613
  • ISBN: 0890542619
  • Publisher: Amer Phytopathological Society



Keep this easy-to-use set of eight Mycology Reference Cards nearby as a helpful teaching tool and study aid. These durable cards define over 220 mycology terms and each card includes a glossary for quick reference. An illustrated overview card presents the phylogenetic relationships of 11 phyla and explains the holomorph concept.Laminated and three-hole punched for classroom convenience, these cards include illustrated classification maps of the 10 major fungi phylum covered in introductory mycology courses and a list of key features of fungi and related groups. Each classification map provides an overall hierarchical structure of the phylum to the ordinal and sometimes to the family level, facilitating a top-down learning approach.On every card, each order features an illustration, a list of representative genera and a list of key characteristics in the areas of ecology, structure, morphology, reproduction, life cycle, genetics, cell ultrastructure, pathology, and biochemistry.Robert K., Ph.D. Noyd is the author of 'Mycology Reference Cards: Set of 8 Cards' with ISBN 9780890542613 and ISBN 0890542619.

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