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  • A fungus is a eukaryotic organism that is a member of the kingdom Fungi.
  • The majority of species grow as multicellular filaments called hyphae forming a mycelium; some fungal species also grow as single cells.
  • Fungi are divided into two big groups: yeasts and moulds.
  • Occurring worldwide, most fungi are largely invisible to the naked eye, living for the most part in soil, dead matter, and as symbionts of plants, animals, or other fungi.
  • Fungi have a worldwide distribution, and grow in a wide range of habitats, including deserts.
  • Most fungi grow in terrestrial environments, but several species occur only in aquatic habitats.
  • Reproduction of fungi is complex, reflecting the heterogeneity in lifestyles and genetic make up within this group of organisms
  • Entomopathogenic and mycoparasitic fungi were characterised by RAPD technique, with special attention to evaluate the genetic stability of strains that are used as active ingredients in commercial biopesticides.
  • Fungal Treatment is a bioremediation process utilizing white-rot fungi as a means of destroying organic contaminants in soils.
  • The fungal treatment process involves inoculation of the contaminated soil with selected fungal strain(s) followed by addition of nutrients (if needed), irrigation, and aeration of the soil through tilling/cultivating to provide optimal fungal growth conditions.
  • The pharmaceutical industry uses fungus excretion to produce drugs.
  • Mycotoxins provide a number of fitness benefits to the fungi that produce them in terms of physiological adaptation, competition with other microbes and fungi, and protection from fungivory.
  • Some of the best known types of fungi are the edible and the poisonous mushrooms.There are many more mushroom species that are harvested from the wild for personal consumption or commercial sale
  • Many fungi produce compounds with biological activity.
  • Fungi are also used extensively to produce industrial chemicals like lactic acid, antibiotics and even to make stonewashed jeans.
  • Human use of fungi for food preparation or preservation and other purposes is extensive and has a long history: yeasts are required for fermentation of beer, wine and bread, some other fungal species are used in the production of soy sauce and tempeh.
  • Fungi are recognized for their superior aptitudes to produce a large variety of extracellular proteins, organic acids and other metabolites, and for their capacities to adapt to severe environmental constraints.
  • Cordyceps sinensis, a parasitic fungus in the alpine regions, is highly valued in the traditional medicinal system of China, Nepal and India.
  • The future strength of the cordyceps fungi market is based on the rising demand in China and the need for importers to use higher prices to bid supplies away from China.
  • Fungus
  • White-rot Fungus
  • Fungus-growing ants use antibiotic-producing bacteria to control garden parasites
  • Fungi
  • Fungi as Saprobes


  • Contribution of mycorrhizal fungi to agro-ecosystems
  • Hirsutellide A, a New Antimycobacterial Cyclohexadepsipeptide from the Entomopathogenic Fungus Hirsutella kobayasii
  • Fungi Associated with Softening of Bisulfite-Brined Cherries
  • Mining a database of Fungi for Pharmacological Use via Minimum Message Length Encoding
  • Fungal Products As Food
  • Utilization of fungi for biotreatment of raw wastewaters
Processing & Extraction
  • Rapid DNA Extraction for Screening Soil Filamentous Fungi Using PCR Amplification
  • Cell-Free Extraction of Oxaloacetase from White-Rot Fungi, Including Coriolus versicolor
  • Effect of Biofertilizers and Neem Oil on the Entomopathogenic Fungi Beauveria bassiana  Vuill. and Metarhizium anisopliae Sorok
  • Isolation of total RNA from a filamentous fungus using the RNAgents® Total RNA Isolation Kit
  • Trickle-film Processing: An Alternative for Producing Fungal Enzymes
  • Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus inoculum production in rice plants
  • The Sterols And Carbonates IN Fungi


  • Fungal Biological Control Agents
  • Fungal Amylase Liquid
  • Small molecule natural product from a fungus induces thermotolerance in plants
  • Production of Penicillin by Fungi Growing on Food Products
  • Codex General Standard For Edible Fungi And Fungus Products
  • Discolorations On Wood Products
Fungus Diseases & Treatments
  • Chytridiomycosis  fungus disease
  • Fighting fungus
  • Mulches and honey fungus
  • Karnal Bunt: A Fungal Disease of Wheat
  • Fungal Leaf Spot
  • Time-temperature schedules to kill wood inhabiting fungi: Proposed test method
  • Emerging Disease Issues and Fungal Pathogens Associated with HIV Infection
  • Treatment of Fungus Gnats in the Home
  • Fungal Disease of the Ureter
  • Black truffles / variety of fungus


  • Fungus Manufacturers And Suppliers
  • Fungus Suppliers And Manufacturers
  • Fungus Manufacturers,Suppliers,Exporters
  • Fungus Manufacturers,Importers,Suppliers
  • Fungus Manufacturers,Suppliers,Exporters
  • Fungal biotechnology
  • Practical use of the mycorrhizal fungal technology in forestry, reclamation, arboriculture, agriculture, and horticulture


  • Development of Phalaenopsis Orchids for the Mass-Market
  • Characterization and Identification of Entomopathogenic and Mycoparasitic Fungi using RAPD-PCR Technique
  • Fungal Treatment Bulletin
  • UV light crop protection system that effectively kills fungus on agricultural crops, vineyards and orchards
  • White Rot Fungus
Project & Market
  • The Biomyc Project
  • Fungal Genomics Project
  • The Humungus Fungus Project
  • Mass production of fungal conidia by solid-state fermentation for biological control of plant pathogens and pests
  • The Somerset Grassland Fungi Project
  • Cordyceps: a market analysis
  • Trade of Cordyceps sinensis from high altitudes of the Indian Himalaya: Conservation and biotechnological priorities


  • Consultant In Ireland
  • Consultant In United States
  • Consultant In United States
  • Consultant In United States
  • Consultant In Canada


  • Evaluation of Fungicides to Control Ascochyta in Chickpea
  • New fungus resistant grapevine varieties approaching the market.
  • Annual Report About Fungus
  • Report On Fungi
  • A report on a mosquito-killing fungus,Jythium carolinianum
  • Orchids and their mycorrhizal fungi at Cove Point
  • First Report of the White Pine Blister Rust Fungus, Cronartium ribicola, on Pedicularis bracteosa
  • Roles of Woody Root-Associated Fungi in Forest Ecosystem Processes: Recent Advances in Fungal Identification
  • Antimicrobial peptides the focus of new Scottish firm
  • Renal Candidiasis in a 2-Month-Old Infant: Treatment of Fungus Balls with Streptokinase
  • Trends in fungal diseases


  • Method And Compositions Relating To Insect repellents From A Novel Endophytic Fungus
  • Detecting Eubacteria And Fungus And Determinating Their Antibiotic sensitivity By Using Catalytically Inactive Murein Binding Enzymes
  • Culture Containing Biomass Acid Hydrolysate And Coniochaeta Ligniaria Fungus
  • Fungus And Process For Growth Promotion In Plants
  • Method Of Treating Nail Fungus
  • Process For Growing A Fungus
  • Fungus Resistant Gypsum-Based Substrate
Material Safety Data Sheet
  • Aspergillus spp
  • FungiCarb
  • Fungus MD
  • Gold Fish Fungus Care
  • Histoplasma capsulatum
  • Lawn Fungus Control

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