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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Search all the public and authenticated articles in CiteULike. He carried out research in toxic fungi such as Amanita virosaA. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Chromatium ruiziAgrobacterium azotophilumAchromobacter pozolisand Pseudomona teoilo.

Share your thoughts with other customers. 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. There are no reviews of this article.

Teófilo Herrera Suárez

Herrera is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. Here’s how terms and conditions apply.

In the early s he characterized the macromycetes of the Yucatan peninsula. Audible Download Audio Books. Groups Connections Recommendations Neighbours Watchlist. Read more Read less. He also has technical titles such as: At the same time he was interested in identifying toxic mushrooms in Mexico.


Psilocybe teofilpP.

His ecological research in hallucinogenic mushrooms determined the environmental conditions for these organisms to grow: Batarrea potosinus currently known as Batarrea diguettiBovista ruiziiBatarreoides potosinusPodocrea cornubovisHansenula pozolisCandida parapsilopsis var.

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Throughout his scientific career, Herrera has remained interested in fermenting microorganisms behind traditional Mexican alcoholic beverages.

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Butanda, used in Mexican universities to teach introduction to Botany. Archived from the original PDF on He reported for the first time in Mexico, countless fungal species, including: Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Herrera’s knowledge has been embodied in more than scientific papers, published both in national as well as international journals, all deino them peer reviewed. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? During he focused his research in culturing, under laboratory conditions, the hallucinogenic mushroom Psilocybe cubensis.

Additionally he collaborated with the Mexican encyclopedia making herrerra cards in 12 different volumes about the Mexican flora. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required.

At the same time he continued to describe the Mexican fungal flora from the Valley of Mexico. The standard author abbreviation T.


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In he published a study about the distribution in Mexico of Batarrea phalloides. Ulloa, widely used in Spanish-speaking universities to teach Mycology.