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    Brewer, Joseph
    Over the past 2 years, exposure to mycotoxin producing mold has been recognized as a significant health risk. Scientific literature has demonstrated mycotoxins as possible causes of human disease in water-damaged buildings (WDB). This study was conduc . . .
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    Bermudes, David
    Roots of thirty-eight Ecuadoran vascular epiphytes, representing eleven angiosperm families, were examined for the presence of symbiotic microorganisms. Most orchid roots contained fungal endophytes like those that regularly infect terrestrial counter . . .
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    Thesis
    Cohen, Randy Wade
    Reports of fungi growing on spiders number less than ten. None of the reports had indicated that the spider was alive at the time of the observation of the fungus. No studies have been made on infecting spiders with fungi, although there is extensive . . .
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    Lopez, Ulises
    Photosynthetic microbial mats are complex, stratified microbial ecosystems found in a variety of environments including intertidal regions of salt marshes. Generally, phototrophic organisms dominate the top layers, while diverse heterotrophic organism . . .
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    Uehling, Jessie Karen
    This study is a systematic assessment of eleven species of ectomycorrhizal fungi from the genus Clavulina (Clavulinaceae, Cantharellales, Basidiomycota) from the interior rainforests of the central Guiana Shield. Additionally, the presence of the resu . . .