Further Reading

Burford EP, Fomina M, and Gadd GM (2003) Fungal involvement in bioweathering and biotransformation of rocks and minerals. Mineralogical Magazine 67: 1127-1155.

Burford EP, Kierans M, and Gadd GM (2003) Geomycology: Fungal growth in mineral substrata. Mycologist 17: 98-107.

Fomina M, Burford EP, and Gadd GM (2005) Toxic metals and fungal communities. In: Dighton J, White JF, and Oudemans P (eds.) The Fungal Community. Its Organization and Role in the Ecosystem, pp. 733-758. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Frankland JC, Magan N, and Gadd GM (eds.) (1996) Fungi and Environmental Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gadd GM (1993) Interactions of fungi with toxic metals. New Phytologist 124: 25-60.

Gadd GM (1993) Microbial formation and transformation of organometallic and organometalloid compounds. FEMS Microbiology Reviews 11: 297-316.

Gadd GM (1999) Fungal production of citric and oxalic acid: Importance in metal speciation, physiology and biogeochemical processes. Advances in Microbial Physiology 41: 47-92.

Gadd GM (ed.) (2001) Fungi in Bioremediation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gadd GM (2004) Mycotransformation of organic and inorganic substrates. Mycologist 18: 60-70.

Gadd GM (2005) Microorganisms in toxic metal polluted soils. In: Buscot F and Varma A (eds.) Microorganisms in Soils: Roles in Genesis and Functions, pp. 325-356. Berlin: Springer.

Gadd GM (ed.) (2006) Fungi in Biogeochemical Cycles. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gadd GM (2007) Geomycology: Biogeochemical transformations of rocks, minerals, metals and radionuclides by fungi, bioweathering and bioremediation. Mycological Research 111: 3-49.

Gadd GM, Dyer P, and Watkinson S (eds.) (2007) Fungi in the Environment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gadd GM, Semple K, and Lappin-Scott H (eds.) (2005) Microorganisms in Earth Systems - Advances in Geomicrobiology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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