SOME USEFUL LINKS
There are many other sites of interest to mycologists on the Internet. Ideally, links to these should be placed in appropriate places in the text. However, as most users of the Internet know, web pages come and go without warning and are difficult to keep up to date. As an alternative I have placed all links to other web pages on one page where they can be checked periodically for activity. These are organized, like browser bookmarks, according to their subject.FERMENTED FOODS
Traditional fermented foods and drinks: Gundruk, Furu, Kusaya, Temph etc.
Mycological Resources on the Internet
Actinomycetes, including Streptomyces
Actinomycetes-Streptomyces Internet Resource Center
This is a good place to start gathering information about Streptomyces and other actinomycetes. Includes an extensive list of researchers and their specialties
Introduction to Oomycota
The Myxomycetes Homepage
Introduction to the "Slime Molds"
Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine
A thorough discussion of the risks and consequences of Stachybotrys infestations in buildings. Includes information on assessing the seriousness of mould infestation in buildings and how cleanup should be carried out. Excellent reference./P>
An interesting and entertaining site with more than just indoor fungi. Includes extensive discussions of the prevention, detection and elimination of indoor mould problems.
Sporometrics is a Canadian company headed by James Scott and specializing in indoor moulds. It includes identification keys, an extensive collection of photomicrographs of indoor moulds and a detailed discussion of certain species of interest to mycologists
University of Minnesota: Environmental Health and Safety
Dermatology Internet Service, Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
A service of the School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology. This site contains a huge collection of photographs of skin disorders. Most important fungal infections (dermatomycoses) are included.
Medical Mycology Research Center, University of Texas
This site contains a wealth of information about medically important fungi. It provides photographs of a large number of fungi. Very complete and up to date
Richard Summerbell's Homepage