Advancing Frontiers in Mycology & Mycotechnology : Basic and Applied Aspects of Fungi / edited by Tulasi Satyanarayana, Sunil Kumar Deshmukh, Mukund V. Deshpande.
- 1st ed. 2019.
- Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2019.
- Biomedical and Life Sciences (Springer-11642)
1 online resource (XXVI, 675 pages) : 94 illustrations, 53 illustrations in color.
- Local subjects:
Microbial Genetics and Genomics.
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- The book provides an introduction to the basics of fungi, discussing various types ranging from edible mushrooms to Neurospora - a model system for genetics and epigenetics. After addressing the classification and biodiversity of fungi, and fungi in different ecological niches, it describes the latest applications of fungi, their role in sustainable environments and in alleviating stress in plants, as well as their role in causing plant and animal diseases. Further chapters explore the advances in fungal interactions research and their implications for various systems, and discuss plant-pathogen interactions. The book also features a section on bioprospecting, and is an extremely interesting and informative read for anybody involved in the field of mycology, microbiology and biotechnology teaching and research. .
- Part 1. Basic aspects of fungi
Chapter 1. The mystical world of mushrooms
Chapter 2. The developmental history of Ustilago maydis: a saprophytic yeast, a mycelial fungus, a mushroom-like and a smut
Chapter 3. Biochemical and molecular aspects of dimorphism in fungi
Chapter 4. Biodiversity, taxonomy, conservation , ecology and utilization of Soil fungi: Indian scenario
Chapter 5. Diversity and bioprospecting of yeasts from extreme environments
Chapter 6. Marine fungal ecology in the molecular era
Chapter 7. Oscillatory orchestration of the growth of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Chapter 8. Neurospora genetic backgrounds differ in meiotic silencing by unpaired DNA (MSUD) strength: Implications for Dp-mediated suppression of repeat-induced point mutation
Part 2. Environmental sustainability
Chapter 9. Fungal bioremediation: a step towards cleaner environment
Chapter 10. Exploring fungal lignocellulose degradation: Secretomic and proteomic approaches
Chapter 11. Fungi, the crucial contributors for nanotechnology: a green chemistry perspective
Part 3. Interactions with plants, animals and humans
Chapter 12. Recent developments in ectomycorrhizal fungal research
Chapter 13. Rumen microbiome and plant secondary metabolites: Inhibition of methanogenesis and improving nutrient utilization
Chapter 14. Class B-trichothecene profiles of Fusarium species as causal agents of head blight. - Chapter 15. Aflatoxin and ochratoxin detection and remediation for safe Health Food
Chapter 16. The explosion of Brazilian endophytic fungal diversity: taxonomy and biotechnological potentials
Chapter 17. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in alleviation of cold stress in plants
Chapter 18. Challenges in invasive fungal diseases
Chapter 19. Diversity of endophytic fungi and their role in artificial agarwood production in Aquilaria
Part 4. Bioprospects
Chapter 20. Bioprospecting of fungal entomo- and myco-pathogens
Chapter 21. Fungal enzymes: Sources and biotechnological applications
Chapter 22. Fungi in hypogean environments: From bioprospection perspective
Chapter 23. Secondary metabolites of mushrooms: A potential source for anticancer therapeutics with translational opportunities
Chapter 24. Modulation of fungal metabolome by biotic stress
Chapter 25. Marine fungi: A potential source of future cosmeceuticals. .
- Satyanarayana, T., editor., Editor,
Deshmukh, Sunil Kumar. editor., Editor,
Deshpande, Mukund V. editor., Editor,
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- 10.1007/978-981-13-9349-5 doi
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