Volume 7 Issue 5
5. Mycosphere Essays 13 – Do xylariaceous macromycetes make up most of the Xylariomycetidae?
Daranagama et al. (2016)
3. Characterization of an az0-dye-degrading white rot fungus isolated from Malaysia
Cheng et al. (2016)
2. Mycosphere Essays 9: Defining biotrophs and hemibiotrophs.
De Silva et al. (2016)
1. Cultural studies of Psilocybe sensu lato species (Agaricales, Strophariaceae).
Silva et al. (2016)
Online papers Special issue - Biotechnological Innovations through Fungi
2. Mycosphere Essay 10: Properties and characteristics of microbial xylanases
Álvarez-Cervantes et al. (2016)
1. Ethnomycological knowledge of wild edible mushrooms in Tlayacapan, Morelos
Álvarez-Farias et al. (2016)
Online papers Special issue - Botryosphaeriaceae
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