AgriMyc – a new resource from SLU

Micrograph of macroconidia from the dermatophyte Micrococcus canis. Photo Ann-Louise Bergefur (SVA).

AgriMyc, which is a new “sister page” to VetBact, has recently been launched from the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). This new website is based on a database containing information about fungi that are if interest in agriculture and veterinary medicine. The primary goal of this site is to be useful for students within these and related fields. So far, 45 different fungal species and subspecies have been included, but the information on the different fungal pages is far from complete. We will keep working on AgriMyc by adding more species and improve the information on the pages to make it useful for the visitors. We sincerely hope to get input from visitors by the contact form. To reach it, click on “Contact” on any of the fungal pages.

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