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Full length journal, magazine and newspaper articles can be found in our online article collections.If a book or article cannot be found in PVAMU’s resources, it can usually be borrowed from another library.
Fill out the Interlibrary Loan form, and please note that it may take several weeks to receive the item.
Find Books
Search the PVAMU Libraries Online Catalog for “mycology”. Most of the books on mycology that can be checked out are on the third floor in the Q section. You’ll find useful background information in these books, which are located on the first floor of the library in the Reference department:

  • Illustrated dictionary of mycology / by Miguel Ulloa and Richard T. Hanlin ; with the assistance of Samuel Aguilar and Elvira Aguirre Acosta.
    REF: QK 600.35 U4313 2000
  • Color atlas of medical mycology / Jean Delacreìtaz ; [translated by  J. Gunn, and S. W. A. Gunn].
    REF: oversize RC117 .D3413
  • Atlas of fungal ultrastructure / A. Beckett, I. B. Heath, & D. J. McLaughlin.
    REF: QK601 .B384
  • Human infection with fungi, actinomycetes, and algae, by Roger Denio Baker and [others]
    REF: RC117 .B34
 
Useful Websites  
The Internet is an excellent resource, but it is often difficult to locate what you need. To begin your search, you might try some of the following websites: 

  • Myko Web – http://www.mykoweb.com/index.html
    (MykoWeb is about science of mycology (the study of the fungi) and the hobby of mushrooming (the pursuit of mushrooms). It is a production of Michael Wood, a past president of the Mycological Society of San Francisco. MykoWeb was started in the fall of 1995 and was one of the first internet mycology mushrooming sites. A major attraction of MykoWeb is The Fungi of California which contains photographs and descriptions of over 400 species of fungi found in California with over 1900 total photographs.)
  • Internet Directory for Botany   – http://www.botany.net/IDB 
     (The Internet Directory of Botany is an index to botanical information available on the Internet.)
 
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