Herrera, Teófilo and Miguel Ulloa. EL REINO DE LOS HONGOS.; Micología básica y aplicada. Mexico, D.F. Fondo de Cultura Economica, 2nd ed. El Reino de Los Hongos: Micologia Basica y Aplicada: Teofilo Herrera: Books – EL REINO DE LOS HONGOS: MICOLOGIA BASICA Y APLICADA de Teofilo Herrera. 59 likes. Book.

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Read about how we use cookies. Export in format suitable for direct import into delicious. Later on, he moved to the USA to pursue a master’s degree in Microbiology and Biochemistry of Fermentation, which he obtained in from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Home Citegeist Everyone’s Library. Cashback will be lod as Amazon Pay balance within 10 days.


Views Read Edit View history. In this book, as well as in the rest of his research, he always provides information of the social impact and history behind it.

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Further, he taught in different public and loss schools, diverse courses such as Biology, Anthropology and Zootechny. Retrieved from ” https: In he published a study about the distribution in Mexico of Batarrea phalloides. At the same time he characterized the gasteroid fungal diversity of the state of Sonora and studied the ecological distribution and etnomycological importance of the genus Schizophyllum in Mexico.

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During he focused his research in culturing, under laboratory conditions, the hallucinogenic mushroom Psilocybe cubensis. Obra central de la micologia americana contemporanea, este libro es una exhaustiva investigacion, lo mismo que una guia para todo aquel que se acerque a una de las ramas mas apasionantes y complejas de la biologia.


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In fact inHerrera published the description of Podaxis pistillaris. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

SonoraState of Mexico and Campechefocusing in the genus Geastrum. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Herrera is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or ls – no Kindle device required. At the beginning of his scientific career, in the late s, he began the collection of macromycetes at the National herbarium MEXU, which is the largest in Mexico and still remains in operation; at present it carries his name.

CiteULike is a free online bibliography manager. In addition, the etnomycological herbarium from the agricultural institute of Oaxaca, [3] as well as the mycological collection in the herbarium at the Autonomous University of Aguascalientes were also named after Herrera. He then expanded his research to other areas of Mexico: