Meinhard Michael Moser (13 March 1924 – 30 September 2002) was an Austrian mycologist. His life's work principally concerned the taxonomy, chemistry and toxicity of the gilled mushrooms (Agaricales), especially those of the genus Cortinarius, and the ecology of ectomycorrhiza. His contributions to the Kleine Kryptogamenflora Mitteleuropas series of mycological guidebooks were well-regarded and widely used. In particular, his 1953 Blätter- und Bauchpilze (Agaricales und Gastromycetes), which became known as simply "Moser", saw several editions in both the original German and in translation.

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  • مينهارد مايكل موسر (بالإنجليزية: Meinhard Michael Moser) (و. 1924 – 2002 م) هو عالم نبات، وأستاذ جامعي، واخصائي فطريات من النمسا . ولد في إنسبروك . توفي في إنسبروك .بسبب نوبة قلبية . (ar)
  • Meinhard Michael Moser (* 13. März 1924 in Innsbruck; † 30. September 2002 ebenda) war ein österreichischer Mykologe, der sich auch als Forstwissenschaftler große Verdienste erworben hat. Sein botanisch-mykologisches Autorenkürzel lautet „M.M.Moser“. (de)
  • Meinhard Michael Moser (13 de março de 1924 - 30 de setembro de 2002) foi um micologista austríaco. Depois de mostrar interesse em ciências naturais durante a sua juventude, ele estudou na Universidade de Innsbruck. No entanto, sua carreira universitária foi interrompida quando foi forçado a se alistar no serviço militar, exercendo a função de tradutor militar. Ele foi deslocado para o leste da Europa durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, antes de ser capturado e colocado em um acampamento para prisioneiros de guerra. Ele foi solto em 1948, e em seguida, completou seus estudos. Após receber seu doutorado em 1950, Moser trabalhou na Inglaterra por seis meses, pesquisando as relações simbióticas entre plantas e fungos. Após o seu regresso à Áustria, assumiu um cargo num instituo de pesquisas florestais, onde participou ativamente nas pesquisas sobre o uso de fungos micorrízicos em reflorestamento. Em 1953, Moser publicou a primeira edição de uma das suas obras mais importantes, uma monografia sobre os Agaricales e Gastromycetes da Europa Central. Ele começou a lecionar na Universidade de Innsbruck em 1956, e em 1972 ele se tornou o primeiro chefe do primeiro Instituto de Microbiologia na Áustria. Ele permaneceu com o Instituto até sua aposentadoria em 1991. Continuou seus estudos até falecer em 2002. Micologista influente, recebeu vários prêmios ao longo de sua vida, e numerosos taxa fungos foram nomeados em sua homenagem. (pt)
  • Майнхард Михаэль Мозер (нем. Meinhard Michael Moser; 1924—2002) — австрийский миколог, один из самых влиятельных микологов-систематиков XX века. (ru)
  • Meinhard Michael Moser (13 March 1924 – 30 September 2002) was an Austrian mycologist. His life's work principally concerned the taxonomy, chemistry and toxicity of the gilled mushrooms (Agaricales), especially those of the genus Cortinarius, and the ecology of ectomycorrhiza. His contributions to the Kleine Kryptogamenflora Mitteleuropas series of mycological guidebooks were well-regarded and widely used. In particular, his 1953 Blätter- und Bauchpilze (Agaricales und Gastromycetes), which became known as simply "Moser", saw several editions in both the original German and in translation. After showing interest in natural sciences in his youth, he studied at the University of Innsbruck. However, his university career was interrupted by the need to complete military service. He was stationed as a translator in eastern Europe during World War II, before being captured and placed in a prisoner of war camp. He was released in 1948, subsequently returning to Innsbruck to complete his studies. After completing his doctorate in 1950, Moser worked in England for six months, researching the symbiotic relationships between plants and fungi. Upon his return to Austria, he took up a position with the Federal Forestry Research Institute, where he remained until 1968, taking part in influential research on the use of mycorrhizal fungi in reforestation. He began lecturing at the University of Innsbruck in 1956, and in 1972 he became the inaugural head of the first Institute of Microbiology in Austria. He remained with the Institute until his retirement in 1991. His studies continued until his death in 2002. An influential mycologist, he received a number of awards throughout his life, and numerous fungal taxa have been named in his honour. (en)
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  • Among the fungal taxa named after Moser are the genus Chromosera ' and the species Tricholoma moseri '.
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  • مينهارد مايكل موسر (بالإنجليزية: Meinhard Michael Moser) (و. 1924 – 2002 م) هو عالم نبات، وأستاذ جامعي، واخصائي فطريات من النمسا . ولد في إنسبروك . توفي في إنسبروك .بسبب نوبة قلبية . (ar)
  • Meinhard Michael Moser (* 13. März 1924 in Innsbruck; † 30. September 2002 ebenda) war ein österreichischer Mykologe, der sich auch als Forstwissenschaftler große Verdienste erworben hat. Sein botanisch-mykologisches Autorenkürzel lautet „M.M.Moser“. (de)
  • Майнхард Михаэль Мозер (нем. Meinhard Michael Moser; 1924—2002) — австрийский миколог, один из самых влиятельных микологов-систематиков XX века. (ru)
  • Meinhard Michael Moser (13 de março de 1924 - 30 de setembro de 2002) foi um micologista austríaco. Depois de mostrar interesse em ciências naturais durante a sua juventude, ele estudou na Universidade de Innsbruck. No entanto, sua carreira universitária foi interrompida quando foi forçado a se alistar no serviço militar, exercendo a função de tradutor militar. Ele foi deslocado para o leste da Europa durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, antes de ser capturado e colocado em um acampamento para prisioneiros de guerra. Ele foi solto em 1948, e em seguida, completou seus estudos. (pt)
  • Meinhard Michael Moser (13 March 1924 – 30 September 2002) was an Austrian mycologist. His life's work principally concerned the taxonomy, chemistry and toxicity of the gilled mushrooms (Agaricales), especially those of the genus Cortinarius, and the ecology of ectomycorrhiza. His contributions to the Kleine Kryptogamenflora Mitteleuropas series of mycological guidebooks were well-regarded and widely used. In particular, his 1953 Blätter- und Bauchpilze (Agaricales und Gastromycetes), which became known as simply "Moser", saw several editions in both the original German and in translation. (en)
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