Plant Life → Mycology
Mycology is the branch of biology concerned with the study of fungi, including their genetic and biochemical properties, their taxonomy and their use to humans as a source for tinder, traditional medicine, food, and entheogens, as well as their dangers, such as toxicity or infection.
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Organizations relating to Mycology
European Confederation of Medical Mycology / Est. 1993
International Mycological Association / Westmead, Australia / Est. 1971
Australasian Mycological Society / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1993
Asian Mycological Association / Beijing, China / Est. 1977
IUMS Division of Mycology / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1970
Medical Mycological Society of the Americas / San Antonio TX, USA / Est. 1966
International Society for Human and Animal Mycology / 's Hertogenbosch, Netherlands / Est. 1954
International Organization for Mycoplasmology / Cardiff, UK / Est. 1976
International Association of Botanical and Mycological Societies / Sao Paulo, Brazil / Est. 1981
World Society for Mushroom Biology and Mushroom Products / Shanghai, China / Est. 1994
Asian Pacific Society for Medical Mycology / Beijing, China / Est. 1997
Latin American Association for Mycology / Est. 1990
European Mycological Association / Est. 2003
Australasian Federation for Medical and Veterinary Mycology / Melbourne, Australia / Est. 1979
Pan-African Medical Mycology Society / Cape Town, South Africa / Est. 2005
Nordic Society for Medical Mycology / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 2003
German-Speaking Mycology Society / Jena, Germany / Est. 1961
European Mycological Network / Merelbeke, Belgium
Asian Organization for Mycoplasmology / ZhenJiang, China
International Society for Mycotoxicology / Bari, Italy / Est. 2005
Latin American Society for Mycotoxicology
European Mycotoxins Awareness Network / Budapest, Hungary / Est. 2000
African Mycotoxin Network
Asian-African Society of Mycobacteriology / Teheran, Iran Islamic Rep / Est. 2008
World Mycotoxin Forum / Bilthoven, Netherlands / Est. 2001
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