Frontiers in Fungal Ecology, Diversity and Metabolites

  • ID: 2335598
  • Book
  • 352 Pages
  • I.K. International Pvt. Ltd
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Mycology is a frontier area of research in life sciences. Fungi represent one of the three major evolutionary segments along with plants and animals. Fungal multidimensional features with basic and applied value projected their potential beyond routine systematics, diversity and environmental studies. In view of tremendous developments in the field of Mycology, the present treatise emphasizes various aspects of contemporary issues in mycology. It comprises 22 chapters with emphasis on the fungal ecology, diversity and metabolites. The topics treated include aquatic ecology, diversity and phylogeny, mutualism and interactions, potential metabolites, pathology and toxins, fungal infections and prevention, cell permeabilization and advances in monocarboxylate transporters in yeasts with an emphasis on cancer therapy. This volume is of special interest to mycologists as a valuable source of information on the frontier areas of mycology dealing with diversity, ecological amplitudes, methods of assessment, novel metabolites and bioprospecting avenues.
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- Freshwater Hyphomycetes
- Diversity of Aquatic Hyphomycetes of the Western Ghat Rivers
- Mangrove Fungi of the Indian Peninsula
- Marine Fungi and Novel Metabolites
- Trichomycetes
- Forest Pathology in India
- Diversity and Adaptive Response of Lichens in Antarctica
- Diversity of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi of Endemic Myristicaceae
- Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi of the ‘Khazan Land’ Agro-Ecosystem
- Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Salinity Stress in Crop Plants
- Production of Indole Acetic Acid by Ectomycorrhizal Fungi
- Endophytic Fungi : Mutualism, Bioactive Metabolites and Bioprospecting
- Identity and Toxigenic Potentiality of Fusarium spp. Colonizing Sorghum
- Fumonisins – A New Class of Fusarial Mycotoxins
- Improvement of Coffee Quality through Prevention of Moulds
- Fungal Infections in Humans
- Plasma Membrane Transport of Monocarboxylates in Yeasts
- Cell Permeabilization – An Approach to Increase the Biocatalysis in Yeasts
- Molecular Approaches in Mycology Based on Polymerase Chain Reaction
- Phylogenetic Tools for the Identification of Fungi
- Bioactive Peptaibol Antibiotics from Trichoderma
- Emerging Issues in Mycology
- Index.
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