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Book ID:  107013
Stephenson, Steven L. and Carlos Rojas (eds.)

Myxomycetes: Biology, Systematics, Biogeography, and Ecology. 2017. illus. XX, 454 p. Paper bd.
Myxomycetes: Biology, Systematics, Biogeography, and Ecology is a comprehensive overview of the body of accumulated knowledge that now exists on myxomycetes. Its broad scope takes an integrated approach to the knowledge of this organismal group around the world and considers a number of important aspects such as genetics and molecular phylogeny. It also treats myxomycetes as a distinct group from the fungi, as has been clear for decades despite treatments to the contrary in previous biological publications. Additionally, this work includes molecular information in order to discuss the systematics and evolutionary pathways of the group, demonstrating a more complete and modern approach. Biomedical and engineering applicability is also discussed, expanding the audience and use of the book in a multidisciplinary context. This work bridges the information gaps among the different subdisciplines of human knowledge around one particular group of organisms and thus provides readers with an up-to-date work that can be used in a number of different settings and applications within the realm of the biological, environmental and life sciences. Myxomycetes: Biology, Systematics, Biogeography, and Ecology provides an authoritative resource for students, researchers and educators interested in the fields of protistology, microbial ecology, molecular microbiology, biogeography, mycology, biodiversity, and evolutionary biology. It will also interest the amateur naturalist and biologist, as well as any educated layperson who would like to learn more about this utterly fascinating group of organisms.
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