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Botany: Algology and Mycology Course

Botany: Algology and Mycology Course

Ботаника: Курс альгологии и микологии
book lists biology
ISBN: 978-5-211-05336-6 publication date: 2007 format: 70×108 1/16 pages': 559

For students of universities and teacher-training colleges, it will also be useful for undergraduates and postgraduates of agriculture, medicine and veterinary, as well as for everyone who is interested in fungi, algae and lichens.

Abstract

The textbook was created based on the periodically reprinted ‘Lecture Course in Lower Plants’. Unlike the previous edition, the current one excludes sections dealing with the description of viruses and bacteria, but instead it has added a new section, which sets out the rules of botanical taxonomy and the ABC of botanical Latin. The systems of individual groups of organisms traditionally referred to as ‘lower plants’ (algae, fungi, lichens, myxomycetes) have undergone significant changes due to modern methods used in biochemistry, cytology and molecular biology. This fact finds its reflection in the book. More attention is paid to the cytology, physiology, ecology and practical use of ‘lower plants’. The set of described species and the scheme of their description have been left largely unchanged.

For students of universities and teacher-training colleges, it will also be useful for undergraduates and postgraduates of agriculture, medicine and veterinary, as well as for everyone who is interested in fungi, algae and lichens.

To cite this article
Dyakov Yu.T., editor. Botany: Algology and Mycology Course. — Moscow: Moscow University Press, 2007. — 559 p.
About the author
Dyakov Yu.T.