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The MiSACmatters Anniversary Articles – Environment
1.
Biorecovery of valuable elements by fungi
G Gadd, Q Li, X Liang
4.
New drugs from an old desert
M Goodfellow
6.
Hidden depths – secondary metabolites of deep-sea fungi are a promising source of novel antimicrobials
L Meslet-Cladiere
9.
Tree pathogens and our changing landscapes – a tale of human carelessness?
S Buczacki
10.
Time for the plastic eating fungus?
G Robson, D Moore
11.
What happens to poo?
M Richardson
15.
Nitrification and ammonia oxidising microbes in soil
J Prosser
16.
'What – no bananas today?'
A Whalley
18.
Watch out for the fungus – it's behind you and coming up fast! Another reason to fear Climate Change?
D Moore
27.
Lichens: key environmental bioindicators
D Hawksworth
30.
Landfill disposal of domestic refuse: what a load of rubbish!
J Grainger
32.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: how plants managed to colonise land
D Atkinson
33.
How can algae infect farmed fish?
P van West
 
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Blue tongue virus   Pseudomonas fluorescens   Oxytricha sp   Penicillium chrysogenum   Microasterias sp
   

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