Exiting new molecular approaches that allow investigators to assess fungal biodiversity directly are being developed. These approaches are still in their infancies, but they are developing rapidly. The following papers provide an introduction to this burgeoning field of study: Bohannan and Hughes (2003), Cooksey (1997), Jumpponen (2003), Landeweert et al. (2003), Nikolchva et al. (2003), Ranjard et al. (2003), and Tedersoo et al. (2003).—Eds.
Additional publication details
|Publication type||Book chapter|
|Publication Subtype||Book Chapter|
|Title||Molecular methods for discriminating taxa, monitoring species, and assessing fungal diversity|
|Contributing office(s)||Western Fisheries Research Center|
|Larger Work Type||Book|
|Larger Work Title||Biodiversity of fungi: Inventory and monitoring methods|