Volume 7 Issue 1
5. Distribution and phylogeny of Mycosisymbrium cirrhosum
Pratibha J and Prabhugaonkar A (2016)
4. Recycling of spent Pleurotus compost for production of the Agrocybe cylindracea.
Noonsong et al. (2016)
3. Volvariella leucocalix (Pluteaceae), a new species from Brazilian semiarid region.
Sá MCA and Wartchow F (2016)
1. The use of glowing wood as a source of luminescent culture of fungus mycelium
Puzyr et al (2016)
Volume 6 Issue 6
14. Two new species of sooty moulds, Capnodium coffeicola and Conidiocarpus plumeriae in Capnodiaceae
Hongsanan et al (2015)
13. New records of lichens from Manipur State, North-eastern India
Devi et al (2015)
12. Myxomycetes research in the Philippines: Updates and opportunities
Dagamac and dela Cruz (2015)
10. Comparative study of growth and yield of edible mushrooms, Schizophyllum commune Fr., Auricularia polytricha (Mont.) Sacc. and Lentinus squarrosulus Mont. on lignocellulosic substrates
Ediriweera et al (2015)
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