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Nicholas P. Money
Nicholas P. Money is a gentleman of letters, mycologist, and professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. During his research career, Nicholas has developed a comprehensive understanding of life, the universe, and everything else, which is evident in his superb books on fungi and other... show more



Nicholas P. Money is a gentleman of letters, mycologist, and professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. During his research career, Nicholas has developed a comprehensive understanding of life, the universe, and everything else, which is evident in his superb books on fungi and other microorganisms. He is a self-proclaimed expert on the poetry of John Milton. His website is www.themycologist.com

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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 6 years ago
TITLE: Mushrooms: A Natural and Cutural History AUTHOR: Nicholas P. Money DATE PUBLISHED: 2017 FORMAT: Hardcover ISBN-13: 9781780237435 _______________________ DESCRIPTION: "Mushrooms hold a peculiar place in our culture: we love them and despise them, fear them and misunderstand them...
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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 6 years ago
TITLE: The Rise of Yeast: How the Sugar Fungus Shaped Civilization AUTHOR: Nicholas P. Money DATE PUBLISHED: 2018 FORMAT: Hardcover ISBN-13: 9780190270711 ______________________________ I love this book. It has actual science for intelligent people in it, with witty and amusing obse...
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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
TITLE: The Amoeba in the Room - Lives of the Microbes AUTHOR: Nicholas P. Money DATE PUBLISHED: 2014 FORMAT: Hardback ISBN-13: 978-0-19-966593-8 REVIEW: The Amoeba in the Room is a lovely high-level overview and review of microbes (viruses, fungi, bacteria, archae, protists) and t...
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susanvoss18 rated it 12 years ago
Mushrooms are fascinating - just to be plain about it. This little book was full of all sorts of interesting tidbits: the fruiting body (the mushroom) has no more cells on the day you pick it than when it first erupted from the underground fungi body - it's just that the cells are swelling with wate...
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