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This category is for organizations which do not themselves conduct scientific research but aim to spread information about such research. They organize meetings, publish journals and provide research grants for scientists in the field.
All conferences, meetings and workshops relating specifically to Mycology are welcome for submission in this category. Online symposiums are also accepted. Broader range conferences can be submitted to the Conferences category in Biology.
Conferences, meetings and workshops featuring Mycology related topics of interest to mycologists. Past conferences are included if they contain useful information, such as abstracts of papers offered or list of attendees.
Endophytes are a type of symbiosis in which a fungus lives inside a vascular plant, generally in the leaf or stem. The endophyte provides some benefits to the plant, but in the case of endophytes of ryegrass and tall fescue the endophyte also affects the health and reproduction of grazing animals that feed on the plant. Endophyte hyphae run between the plant cells and are not visible to the naked eye. They produce no external pustules, and there are no visual signs that the plant has the endophyte. The endophyte does not spread between plants, but is present in the seed of infected plants. As result plants grown from that seed will be infected with the endophyte.
Print and/or online journals that present new and original research dealing with any scope of mycology may be submitted. Broader range journals may be submitted to the Journals category for microbiology or biology.
This category is for websites dealing with mycology-themed books, magazines, journals, and other publications.
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