l.a.robertson at stm.tudelft.nl.removethis
Fri Mar 6 04:27:02 EST 1998
Many thanks - I'm trying to sort out whether we have suitable labs to work
with the thing - if it's unknown, under dutch law it requires a higher
containment level than if well-known and gras.
Karl Roberts wrote:
> I did not find Calderomyces, but I did find a reference to Caldariomyces
> in Ainsworth and Bisby's Dictionary of the Fungi, 5th. ed. Caldariomyces
> is a proposed name to replace Fumago, a sooty mold belonging to the
> Moniliales. If I find any more information, I'll let you know.
> Karl J. Roberts
> On Thu, 5
> Mar 1998, Lesley Robertson wrote:
> > Can anyone provide me with any info, refs, etc, for a fungus known as
> > Calderomyces? I've tried the Current Contents cd rom - nothing!
> > Lesley Robertson
> > Dr L.A.Robertson MSc CBiol FIBiol
> > Kluyver Institute for Biotechnology
> > Delft University of Technology
> > Delft, The Netherlands
> > l.a.robertson at stm.tudelft.nl
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