With about 1.5 million species estimated to exist worldwide, members of the kingdom Fungi represent one of the largest biodiversity resources of our planet, fulfilling crucial ecological roles especially in terrestrial ecosystems. Fungi are also one of the most diverse groups or organisms in terms of taxonomy, morphology and life cycles. These aspects are covered in Mycology Volume 1 and Mycology Volume 2, the long-awaited second edition of the original videodiscs published in 1990-1994.
A well-structured menu facilitates easy access to all sequences and images at the click of a button. These interactive DVD will be indispensible teaching tools for university classes as well as adult education classes, high schools, natural history societies and other groups of people interested in the exciting and mysterious world of the fungi.
Related titles: Mycology Volume 1: Lower Fungi and Fungus-Like Organisms
and Mycology Volume 2: Higher Fungi
Mycology Volumes 1 and 2 DVDs
Volume 1: Fungi and Fungus-Like Organisms
Dictyosteliomycetes (life cycle)
Myxomycetes (life cycle)
Polymyxa betae (life cycle, disease symptoms)
Saprolegniales (life cycle)
Lagenismatales (life cycle)
Pythiales, e.g. Phytophthora infestans (life cycle)
Peronosporales (Albugo, Peronospora)
Chytridiales (Olpidium, Synchytrium)
Blastocladiales (Blastocladiella, Allomyces)
Mucorales (Phycomyces, Rhizopus, Pilobolus)
Entomophthorales (Basidiobolus, Erynia)
Glomales (vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza)
Volume 2: Higher Fungi
General life cycle
Erysiphales (powdery mildews)
Pezizales (operculate discomycetes)
Helotiales (inoperculate discomycetes)
Pyrenomycetes (flask fungi)
General life cycle
Heterobasidiomycetes (jelly fungi)
“Whether you are teaching plant pathology or basic mycology, these DVDs are an indispensible addition to your teaching armory. This should be available in all university libraries and colleges where science is taught and even in schools. Lecturers of mycology and plant pathology and even general biology should purchase this to make their lectures animated.”
“The videos in particular will draw students into a more serious study of the fungi and will engender puzzlement and surprise, stimulate questions, and generally bring students to a deeper understanding of the fungus world.”
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Publish Date: 2006 / 2007
Format: DVD; 70 minutes each
ISBN: Multiple ISBN's
Publication Weight: 2 lbs
Edited by Emeritus Prof. Dr. John Webster, cooperation with Dr. Roland W. S. Weber