Critical survey of mycological research and literature for the years 1946–1956 in Ireland
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1. The various types of fungi isolated from cases of ringworm in the North of Ireland during the ten-year period 1946 to 1956 are described.
2. Our own personal experiences in the North of Ireland with these fungi are given.
3. The experiences of colleagues in Eire as represented by their writings are summarized.
KeywordsPersonal Experience Critical Survey Mycological Research
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