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*  List of Aspergillus species
List of fungus species in the genus Aspergillus. The Aspergillus genus includes several hundred fungus species, including: ...
*  Aristolochene
The substance was first isolated from Penicillium roqueforti, a fungus used to make blue cheeses like Roquefort, Danish Blue, ... Aristolochene is a bicyclic sesquiterpene produced by certain fungi including the cheese mold Penicillium roqueforti. It is ...
*  Hypovirus
Fungi serve as the natural host. Hypovirus CHV1 is the only hypovirus found in Europe up to 2000. It is known for reducing the ... Fungi serve as natural hosts. There are currently four species in this genus including the type species Cryphonectria hypovirus ... "Hypovirulence of Chestnut Blight Fungus Conferred by an Infectious Viral cDNA". Science. 257: 800-803. doi:10.1126/science. ... virulence of the fungus that causes chestnut blight (i.e. hypovirulence). Cryphonectria parasitica, the ascomycete fungus, ...
*  Plant disease resistance
The world's first mass-cultivated banana cultivar Gros Michel was lost in the 1920s to Panama disease caused by the fungus ... As such, effectors offer examples of co-evolution (example: a fungal protein that functions outside of the fungus but inside of ... Individual R genes have been demonstrated to mediate resistance to specific virus, bacteria, oomycete, fungus, nematode or ... fungus, nematode or insect strains. R gene products are proteins that allow recognition of specific pathogen effectors, either ...
*  Trichoderma longibrachiatum
... is a soil fungus often found on dead wood, other fungi, building material and sometimes animals. ... Trichoderma longibrachiatum is a soil fungus which is found all over the world but mainly in warmer climates. Many species from ... by Dexter H. (2003). Pathogenic fungi in humans and animals (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Dekker. ISBN 0824706838. CS1 maint: Extra ... Trichoderma longibrachiatum is a fungus in the genus Trichoderma. In addition to being a distinct species, T. longibrachiatum ...
*  List of sequenced fungi genomes
Chytridiomycota includes fungi with spores that have flagella (zoospores) and are a sister group to more advanced land fungi ... soil fungus (2016) Chaetomium globosum Strain:CBS 148.51, soil fungus (2005) Chaetomium thermophilum Strain:CBS 144.50, soil ... Youssar L, Grüning BA, Erxleben A, Günther S, Hüttel W (2012). "Genome sequence of the fungus Glarea lozoyensis: the first ... Zamocky M, Tafer H, Chovanova K, Lopandic K, Kamlarova A, Obinger C (2016). "Genome sequence of the filamentous soil fungus ...
*  Cochliobolus lunatus
Dematiaceous fungi such as C. lunatus can facilitate foreign body infections of catheters, heart valves and pacemakers, for ... The anamorph of this fungus is known as Curvularia lunata, while Cochliobolus lunatus denotes the teleomorph or sexual state. ... where each lesion contains a sporulating mass of fungi at its center. The Clk1 gene plays an important role in fungal growth ... where the fungus acts as an allergen causing allergic mucin. Pre-existing allergic fungal sinusitis, allergic conjunctivitis ...
*  Symbiotic bacteria
In addition to this dinoflagellate, coral also form relationships with bacteria, archae and fungi. The problem is that these ... accepted and understood that there is a mutualistic relationship between plants and rhizobial bacteria and mycorrhizal fungi ...
*  Coprophilous fungi
... (dung-loving fungi) are a type of saprobic fungi that grow on animal dung. The hardy spores of coprophilous ... The fungi then flourish in the feces, before releasing their spores to the surrounding area. Coprophilous fungi release their ... Some coprophilous fungi are also known to grow from the dung of omnivores (such as Chaetomium globisporum from rat droppings) ... The fruiting bodies of the fungi then grow from the animal feces. It is essential that the spores of the species then reach new ...
*  Pleurotoid fungi
Laterally-attached fungi with pores rather than gills are referred to as bracket fungi. Cheimonophyllum Crepidotus ... Pleurotoid fungi are typically wood-decay fungi and are found on dead and dying trees and coarse woody debris. The pleurotoid ... Gilled fungi with laterally-attached fruiting bodies are said to be pleurotoid (Gr.: pleurē + ōtos + -oid, literally "side-ear ... Many species of pleurotoid fungi are commonly referred to as "oyster" mushrooms. ...
*  Cyphelloid fungi
The cyphelloid fungi are a group of fungi in the Basidiomycota that have disc-, tube-, or cup-shaped basidiocarps (fruit bodies ... As a group, the cyphelloid fungi are cosmopolitan, though (as with most fungi) better studied and better known in north ... Fruit bodies of the cyphelloid fungi are typically small (under 10 mm across), disc-shaped, cup-shaped, or tube-like, with or ... Most cyphelloid species are wood-rotting fungi, growing on dead attached branches, on old bark of living trees, or on fallen ...
*  Ammonia fungi
... are fungi that develop fruit bodies exclusively or relatively abundantly on soil that has had ammonia or other ... Fukiharu T, Hongo T (1995). "Ammonia fungi of Iriomote Island in the southern Ryukyus, Japan and a new ammonia fungus, Hebeloma ... "Ammonia fungi - a chemoecological grouping of terrestrial fungi". Contributions of the Biology Lab of Kyoto. 24: 205-76. ... doi:10.1007/s10267-005-0270-8. Sagara N, Yamanaka K, Tibbett M, Carter DJ, Tibbett M (2008). "Soil fungi associated with graves ...
*  Ambrosia fungi
... are fungal symbionts of ambrosia beetles. There are a few dozen species described ambrosia fungi, currently ... Little is known about ecology of ambrosia fungi, as well as about their specificity to ambrosia beetle species. Ambrosia fungi ... All ambrosia fungi are probably asexual and clonal. Mueller, U. G., N. M. Gerardo, et al. (2005): The Evolution of Agriculture ... Dispersal biology of ophiostomatoid fungi. p. 195-206. In: Ceratocystis and Ophiostoma: Taxonomy, Ecology and Pathology. Eds., ...
*  Fungi (disambiguation)
Fungi is a plural form of Fungus. Fungi may also refer to: Fungi (music), a Caribbean music style Cou-cou, also known as "fungi ...
*  Gasteroid fungi
The gasteroid fungi are a group of fungi in the Basidiomycota. Species were formerly placed in the obsolete class ... According to a 2011 estimate, gasteroid fungi comprise about 8.4% of the known Agaricomycetes. The gasteroid fungi form visibly ... fungi, and plants. Although the starting point was subsequently put back to 1753, names of gasteroid fungi used in Persoon's ... "gasteroid fungi". Several gasteroid fungi-such as the stinkhorn, Phallus impudicus L.-were formally described by Linnaeus in ...
*  Medicinal fungi
... are those fungi which produce medically significant metabolites or can be induced to produce such metabolites ... Pharmacological research has now isolated antifungal, antiviral, and antiprotozoan, isolates from fungi. The fungus with ... later work identified useful compounds across a wide range of fungi. Although fungi products have been used in traditional and ... Fungi are a source of ergosterol which can be converted to vitamin D upon exposure to ultraviolet light to synthesize vitamins ...
*  Sporocarp (fungi)
In fungi, the sporocarp (also known as fruiting body, fruit body or fruitbody) is a multicellular structure on which spore- ... In amateur mushroom hunting, and to a large degree in academic mycology as well, identification of higher fungi is based on the ... Walker, M. (1 August 2011). "Giant fungus discovered in China". BBC. Retrieved 2012-09-07. Zabowski, D.; Zasoski, R. J.; Littke ... while hypogeous fungi are usually called truffles or false truffles. During their evolution truffles lost the ability to ...
*  Diadema (fungi)
Diadema is a genus of fungi in the family Diademaceae. Lumbsch TH, Huhndorf SM. (December 2007). "Outline of Ascomycota - 2007 ...
*  Clavarioid fungi
They are colloquially called club fungi and coral fungi. Originally such fungi were referred to the genus Clavaria ("clavarioid ... The clavarioid fungi are a group of fungi in the Basidiomycota typically having erect, simple or branched basidiocarps (fruit ... Most clavarioid fungi have simple or branched fruit bodies that are erect (or pendant from wood in the genus Deflexula). The ... Most clavarioid fungi are saprotrophic with a terrestrial habit, growing in woodland leaf litter or in mossy grassland. A few ...
*  Fungi (music)
Similarly, Fungi music is a blend of many different instruments and styles. A fungi band is based on the fusion of a wide range ... Notable fungi artists are educator-turned politician Elmore Stoutt who is regarded as the Fungi Master and the legendary ... Fungi is the name given to the local musical form of the British Virgin Islands. It is also the native music of the U.S. Virgin ... The name fungi comes from a local dish of the same name. It is a cornmeal-based food which is made with different ingredients ...
*  Corticioid fungi
They are sometimes colloquially called crust fungi or patch fungi. Originally such fungi were referred to the genus Corticium ... The corticioid fungi are a group of fungi in the Basidiomycota typically having effused, smooth basidiocarps (fruit bodies) ... Parasites of plants and other fungi are also found in the group. Corticioid fungi have a worldwide distribution, but are ... Most corticioid fungi are wood-rotting species and rely on wood degradation as their primary means of nutrition. Although the ...
*  Marine fungi
The remainder of the marine fungi are chytrids and mitosporic or asexual fungi. Many species of marine fungi are known only ... Marine fungi are species of fungi that live in marine or estuarine environments. They are not a taxonomic group, but share a ... Marine life portal Fungi portal Species of Higher Marine Fungi Archived 2013-04-22 at the Wayback Machine. University of ... A cellular response by the fish aims to isolate the fungus by walling it off. Fish are also susceptible to fungus-like ...
*  Desert fungi
... are a variety of terricolous fungi inhabiting the biological soil crust of arid regions. Those exposed to the sun ...
*  Hydnoid fungi
... "tooth fungi". The ear-pick fungus and other species of Auriscalpium (Russulales) are hydnoid, as is the odd jelly fungus ... The hydnoid fungi are a group of fungi in the Basidiomycota with basidiocarps (fruit bodies) producing spores on pendant, tooth ... They are colloquially called tooth fungi. Originally such fungi were referred to the genus Hydnum ("hydnoid" means Hydnum-like ... ISBN 1-900347-15-6. Scottish stipitate hydnoid brochure Tooth Fungi at AmericanMushrooms.com Pinewood tooth fungi species ...
*  Fungi imperfecti
The Fungi imperfecti or imperfect fungi, also known as Deuteromycota, are fungi which do not fit into the commonly established ... and fungi imperfecti are anamorphic fungi, or mitosporic fungi, but these are terms without taxonomic rank. Examples are ... Although Fungi imperfecti/Deuteromycota is no longer formally accepted as a taxon, many of the fungi it included have yet to ... Fungi producing the antibiotic penicillin and those that cause athlete's foot and yeast infections are algal fungi. In addition ...