Biology Of Indian Morels

Biology Of Indian Morels
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Biology Of Indian Morels

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Biology Of Indian Morels by T. N. Lakhanpal And Onkar Shad
Book Summary:

The morels is one of the most delicious and costliest wild edible mushrooms of the world. During the last century significant advances have been made in the study of morel biology with the sole aim of artificial cultivation. But all efforts to domesticate them have not been wholly fruitful. The book is an attempt to compile all the relevant information on morel biology so that more interest in morel research is stimulated ultimately paving the way for cultivation.
The monograph contains 14 chapters; each chapter is devoted to and provides original information and observations on various aspects of morel biology. It begins with an overview of morel biology followed by the life cycle pattern, classical and molecular systematic treatment, ecology, physiology, mycorrhizal and rhizomorphospheric relationships, nutritive and nutraceutical profile, observations and ethno-mycological and sociobiological impact, cytology of ascus development and the culinary aspects of morel consumption


Audience of the Book :
This book useful for Teachers, Scientist, Scholars and Students.
 
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

1.Gives a brief outline of the chapter in the beginning, and a detailed discussion at the end of the chapter.

2.Profusely illustrated with line diagrams and photographs.

3.Includes useful Annexures elaborating on methodologies adopted for field and laboratory analysis of Morels.


Table of Contents:

1. Biology of Morels: An Overview

2. The Life Cycle Pattern

3. Systematic Treatment of Morels – I

4. Systematic Treatment of Morels – II: Genotypic Polymorphism and Diversity

5. Ecological Aspects

6. Physiological Aspects of Morels

7. Nutritive Composition

8. Nutraceutical Potential

9. Rhizomorphosphere Relationships

10. Ethnomycological Aspects

11. Sociobiological Aspects

12. Mycorrhizal Association of Morels

13. Cytology of Ascus Development in Morels

14. Culinary Aspects of Morels