Volume 5 - 2020
26. Ahmadea dalanensis gen. and sp. nov., an edible truffle from Pakistan
Aman N et al. (2020)
25. Pholiota polychroa and Porodisculus orientalis: two new additions to wood-rotting fungi of India
Chuzho K, Dkhar MS (2020)
23. First successful domestication of a white strain of Auricularia cornea from Thailand
Bandara AR et al. (2020)
22. Traditional knowledge and use of wild mushroomsin Simbhanjyang, Makwanpur district, Central Nepal
Khadka B, Aryal HP (2020)
21. First record of the halophilic fungus Penicilliopsis clavariiformis from Diospyros paniculata
Krishnapriya K et al. (2020)
20. Preliminary studies on the lichens growing in FEEDS campus and SB garden in Manipur, India
Nayaka S et al. (2020)
19. Genetic variability of Rhizoctonia solani Kühn and its resistance to fungicides
Castillo RF et al. (2020)
18. The use of Phanerochaete chrysosporium, Trichoderma harzianum and Trichoderma viride for biogas production
Mahmoud YA-G et al. (2020)
17. Bionectria pseudochroleuca, a new host record on Prunus sp. in northern Thailand
Huanraluek N et al. (2020)
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