Developments in Fungal Biology and Applied Mycology

  • Tulasi Satyanarayana
  • Sunil K. Deshmukh
  • B.N. Johri

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. R. S. Mehrotra, M. R. Siddiqui, Ashok Aggarwal
    Pages 1-17
  3. Itisha Singh, R. K. S. Kushwaha
    Pages 19-28
  4. C. Manoharachary
    Pages 29-38
  5. Akira Suzuki
    Pages 39-58
  6. Seema Rawat, Rachna Rautela, B. N. Johri
    Pages 99-124
  7. D. N. Kamra, Birbal Singh
    Pages 125-134
  8. Satish K. Verma, Surendra K. Gond, Ashish Mishra, Vijay K. Sharma, Jitendra Kumar, Dheeraj K. Singh et al.
    Pages 135-157
  9. Anjul Rana, Manvika Sahgal, B. N. Johri
    Pages 159-199
  10. E. K. Pathan, S. G. Tupe, M. V. Deshpande
    Pages 227-246
  11. Ashwini Jadhav, Sankunny Mohan Karuppayil
    Pages 247-264
  12. Hemant Kumar Rawat, Hemant Soni, Naveen Kango
    Pages 279-293
  13. Sunny Dhiman, Gunjan Mukherjee, Anu Kumar, Papiya Mukherjee, Shilpa A. Verekar, Sunil K. Deshmukh
    Pages 295-313
  14. Tuhina Verma, Annapurna Maurya, Manikant Tripathi, Satyendra Kumar Garg
    Pages 315-340
  15. Sunil Kumar, Vaneet Jishtu, J. S. Thakur, T. N. Lakhanpal
    Pages 359-389
  16. Gurdeep Kaur, M. Sudhakara Reddy
    Pages 391-412
  17. K. R. Aneja, S. A. Khan, A. Aneja
    Pages 449-470
  18. N. S. Atri, Munruchi Kaur, Samidha Sharma
    Pages 471-500
  19. Gunjan Mukherjee, Tulika Mishra, Sunil K. Deshmukh
    Pages 525-541
  20. Sanjay K. Singh
    Pages 543-562
  21. Skarma Nonzom, Geeta Sumbali
    Pages 563-600
  22. Back Matter
    Pages 601-605

About this book


This book explores the developments in important aspects of fungi related to the environment, industrial mycology, microbiology, biotechnology, and agriculture. It discusses at length both basic and applied aspects of fungi and provides up-to-date laboratory-based data.

Of the estimated three million species of fungi on Earth, according to Hawksworth and coworkers, more than 100,000 have been described to date. Many fungi produce toxins, organic acids, antibiotics and other secondary metabolites, and are sources of useful biocatalysts such as cellulases, xylanases, proteases and pectinases, to mention a few. They can also cause diseases in animals as well as plants and many are able to break down complex organic molecules such as lignin and pollutants like xenobiotics, petroleum and polycyclic aromatic compounds. Current research on mushrooms focuses on their hypoglycemic, anti-cancer, anti-pathogenic and immunity-enhancing activities.

This ready-reference resource on various aspects of fungi is intended for graduate and post-graduate students as well as researchers in life sciences, microbiology, botany, environmental sciences and biotechnology.


fungi yeast endophytes mycorrhizae mycoremediation probiotic yeast mycology

Editors and affiliations

  • Tulasi Satyanarayana
    • 1
  • Sunil K. Deshmukh
    • 2
  • B.N. Johri
    • 3
  1. 1.Biological Sciences and EngineeringNetaji Subhas Institute of Technology (University of Delhi)New DelhiIndia
  2. 2.TERI-Deakin Nano-Biotechnology CentreThe Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)New DelhiIndia
  3. 3.Department of BiotechnologyBarkatullah UniversityBhopalIndia

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