1 @ "The kingdom FUNGI - Video sobre o reino Fungi e seus quatro principais Filos"
R. H. Whittaker recognized an additional kingdom for the Fungi. The resulting five-kingdom system, proposed in 1968, has become a popular standard and with some refinement is still used in many works, or forms the basis for newer multi-kingdom systems. It is based mainly on differences in nutrition; his Plantae were mostly multicellular autotrophs, his Animalia multicellular heterotrophs, and his Fungi multicellular saprotrophs. The remaining two kingdoms, Protista and Monera, included unicellular and simple cellular colonies
2 @ On The Liberation Of Spores
On The Liberation Of Spores - An introduction into the vast benefits of the fungal kingdom.
On The Liberation Of Spores sets out to present a miracle living beneath the duff. From the possibilities of remediation, spiritual development, and nutritional benefit, fungi have just begun to be appreciated after years of obscurity.
3 @ 6 ways mushrooms can save the world
Paul Stamets: 6 ways mushrooms can save the world
Paul Stamets believes that mushrooms can save our lives, restore our ecosystems and transform other worlds. Mycologist Paul Stamets studies mycelium and lists 6 ways that this astonishing fungus can help save the world. Cleaning polluted soil, creating new insecticides, treating smallpox and maybe even the flu ... Recorded February 2008 in Monterey, California.
4 @ The Mysteries of Mycology
Paul Stamets: The Mysteries of Mycology
Paul Stamets talks at LOHAS 2006 about the Mysteries of the kingdom Fungi.
5 @ Psychoactivity Conference in Amsterdam
Paul Stamets speaks at the 1999 Psychoactivity Conference in Amsterdam
Paul Stamets, author of numerous classic books on mycology including The Mushroom Cultivator and Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World, give a slide show demonstration at the 1999 Psychoactivity Conference in Amsterdam. Fascinating for those interested in fungi.