Fifty Years of Mycological Studies at the White Sea Biological Station of Moscow State University: Challenges, Results, and Outlookстатья

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[1] Fifty years of mycological studies at the white sea biological station of moscow state university: Challenges, results, and outlook / E. N. Bubnova, O. A. GrumGrzhimaylo, O. P. Konovalova, O. E. Marfenina // Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin. — 2014. — Vol. 69, no. 1. — P. 23–39. Abstract—This review covers the history of the mycological studies performed at Pertsov White Sea Biolog ical Station, Moscow State University (WSBS MSU). The WSBS was established more than 70 years ago; presently, it is one of the main divisions of the university, where numerous educational and research marine programs are fulfilled. Mycological studies have been performed here for more than half a century, focusing on biodiversity and ecology of marine, littoral, and soil fungi and fungilike protists. Various research projects resulted as a number of scientific publications, diploma (MSc) theses, and dissertations. Presently, WSBS MSU and its vicinity is the northernmost area researching the best in regard to mycobiota. However, a num ber of blind spots still exist; thus, the future studies in this region should focus on diversity and biology of epi phyte fungi, ecology of fungi and fungilike protists, and on fungi phylogeny. Keywords: White Sea, WSBS MSU, fungi, fungilike protists, biodiversity. [ DOI ]

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