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Section 12. REFERENCES

A. Links

Mycorrhizal Literature Exchange Site by Bob Augé
Mycorrhizal Books are listed at the Mycorrhizal Literature Exchange Site

The WWW Virtual Library: Mycology
Fungal Biology Website (Peter McGee)
Mycologue Publications

International Mycorrhizal Society

Fungus taxonomy links:
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi
Etomycorrhizal Fungi


B. Books

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By: Mark Brundrett, Neale Bougher, Bernie Dell, Tim Grove and Nick Malajczuk

Published by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research in 1996 and avaiable on the ACIAR and CSIRO websites.

Some of the diagrams and photographs are available for teaching purposes. Many photographs on this website are also from this book.


C. References

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