1 http://www.maf.govt.nz/mvg/vol24-1/vol24-18.htm http://www.maf.govt.nz/mvg/vol24-1/vol24-18.htm fungal infection, mycotoxins identified from maize, barley, wheat and soya meal Potential for appearance of transmissible diseases in farmed ratites in New Zealand
3 http://www.bcc.orst.edu/lateblight/ http://www.bcc.orst.edu/lateblight/ Late Blight by Oregon State University, Mary Powelson, and Debra Inglis, Washington State
4 Potato Late Blight Online Field Guide http://www.bbc.orst.edu Potato Blight
5 Potato Late Blight IPM On-line Field Guide http://www.bbc.orst.edu Potato Blight
6 The Science of the Famine http://www.toad.net?~sticker/ Potato- Irish Potato Famine
7 Northern and Downeast Maine Business Listing http://www.mainerec.com/newpen.html 10
8 Idaho Potato Official Web Site http://www.idahopotato.com/ Potato- Some potato information 07
9 History of Irish Potato Famine http://www.toad.net/~sticker - Irish Potato Famine Potato- Irish Potato Famine
10 Great Famine Commemoration http://www.toad.net/~sticker - Irish Potato Famine Potato- Irish Potato Famine
11 Armed Forces Pest Management Board fungal skin infections and herbicides 05
12 Surv24/1 -vol24-1.htm Potential for appearance of transmissible diseases in farmed ratites in New Zealand Potential for appearance of transmissible diseases in farmed ratites in
New Zealand
13 Damage to Turf Grasses and Control 09 Turf Grasses and Damage by Mole Crickets
14 Medicinal herbFAQ - part 2 of 7 Neat - good information
15 GE - "Biological Weapons in the Drug War? http://www.gene.ch/info4action/1999/Aug/msg00057.html The scientists noted that the fungal source of the isolated gene was toxic not only to coca and poppy; but also to tomato and basil and that the protein produced by the gene affected other "nonhost plant species." personal paper on the drug war
16 The Origin of Plant Pathology, Potato Famine, Downy Mildew of Grapes and Tree Diseases http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/faculty/wong/BOT135/LECT06.HTM Potato- Historical Account - Irish Potato famine, Downy Mildew, Dutch Elm, Checstnut tree 02 Botany Course
17 Resurgence of the Irish Potato Famine Fungus BioScience, was non-sexual now Sexual - Oomycetes have close affinities with golden-brown algae, sharing attributes such as motile zoospores (Figure diploid vegetative cells, and cellulose cell walls - none of which are possessed by the true fungi. 01
18 Myriophyllum aquaticum - Parrotfeather - A Probem Aquatic Plant in the Western USA http://www.wapms.org/plants/parrotfeather.html acrolein and glyphosate. The Monsanto Company suggested that applying a 1 3/4
percent solution of Rodeo® (aquatic version of Roundup®
19 CYPLUS LUP Animal and Weed Pests Chap 4.6 Plant Descriptions http://www.environment.gov.au/states/cyp_on_l/reports/lup/weedch46.html bad plants
20 Mole Crickets http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/en/mole.html 05
21 CABI - Biocontrol News and Information 18(2) June 1997 News:General http://pest.cabweb.org/bni/bni18-2/genews.htm
22 Fruit, Nutrition, and Evolution. http://www.orst.edu/dept/botany/mycology/joey/guy.html
23 Guyuana, South America http://www.orst.edu/dept/botany/mycology/joey/guy.html +Links
24 HISTORY OF BIOLOGICAL WARFARE http://www.gulfwarvets.com/biowar.htm Genetech pages 04 GE site
25 http://www.ics.uci.edu/pub/origins/ce/4/part2.txt http://www.ics.uci.edu/pub/origins/ce/4/part2.txt species that is deadly to locust species which sleep in the ground for
26 Fungal Bionics http://seasilver.threadnet.com/newsletter/fungal.htm a serious fungal infection [such as Candida albicans recommends decreasing fat - but does talk about toxins from fungus 09 mycotoxins a serious fungal infection [such as Candida albicans
27 GE - mixed news August 2nd http://www.gene.ch/info4action/1999/Aug/msg00006.html GE - Several editorials 04
28 The Irish Potato Famine: 1846-1851 http://www.uvm.edu/~bemerson/potato.htm Potato- The Irish Potato Famine: 1846-1851 The Irish Potato Famine: 1846-1851 01 +Links, Good
29 HealthSurfing.com http://www.nbc5.healthsurfing.com/1999/10/06/ bad plants Jimson weed ATROPINE POISONING
30 Celebrating Wildflowers - coloring guide for Whitney's Loco Weed http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/uma/urban/aswh1b.htm bad plants Whitney's Loco Weed
31 Loco Weed - Photograph, Flower, Colorado http://www.rockymtnrefl.com/locoweed.htm bad plants
32 WISE Archives: Iowa Women in Science (Ada Hayden--WOI Radio Interview) http://www.lib.iastate.edu/spcl/wise/iws/hayden/woi.html
33 http://www.bdsm-online.com/drugs.htm http://www.bdsm-online.com/drugs.htm bad plants drugs
34 Fungus http://www.comptons.com/encyclopedia/ARTICLES/0050/00707072_A.html
35 Clinton's 'Plan Colombia': Disturbing Questions Concerning The Real US Agenda http://www.commondreams.org/views/082300-106.htm Clinton DEA to spread fungus in Columbia August 23, 2000
36 Section I - Stephan Goetz http://www.rri.wvu.edu/WebBook/Goetz/Migx11.htm Migration and Local Labor Markets
37 Microbiology: Bacterial Physiology and Mycology http://www.kumc.edu/AMA-MSS/study/micro2.htm Fever keywords only MICROBIOLOGY STUDY SHEET TEST
38 NCC: Department of Pathology, Microbiology and Public Health http://national.chiropractic.edu/academ/dept/boardpath.html Good Fever keywords
39 Medic-Planet Valley fever http://www.medic-planet.com/MP_article/article_num/677/3 Valley Fever defintion - fungal Medic - Planet Valley Fever Good def.
40 Medic-Planet Fungus diseases http://www.medic-planet.com/MP_article/internal_reference/Fungus_diseases Avoidance of the taking of antibiotics over long periods of time can also help prevent severe fungus diseases, inasmuch as many antibiotics destroy bacteria that keep funguses in check. Medic - Planet Fungal Diseases Good def.s
41 disease http://www.baylor.edu/~Charles_Kemp/disease.htm A mixed bag of diseases Infectious Diseases and Other Conditions of Refugees and Immigrants (Alphabetical Listing)