Clinical Mycology and Mushrooms

Mycobacteria is responsible for paramount morbidity and mortality in both immunocompetent and immunocompromised hosts which causes acute infections and leads to death . Both Mycobacterium avium intricate and Mycobacterium abscessus is a source of diverse range of infections that need to  be encountered and identified correctly to avail in clinical decision making. Various open detection methods for Aspergillus,Candida and Malassezia, Paracoccidioidomycosis and Penicilliosis  are available. Direct microscopic examination of clinical specimens represents concrete information on the culturing and incubation of cultures for the optimal instauration of fungi and methods for identification of fungi.

The mushroom is a fleshy fruit and spore bearing body of a fungus, which grows above ground on soil or on organic pabulum source. Spore is the most paramount microscopic feature for identification of mushrooms. Most of the mushrooms are basidiomycetes and gilled. Basidiospores, are engendered on the gills and fall in a fine rain of powder under the caps. Mushrooms are the fruit bodies of members of the order agaricales. Mushrooms have more uses in modern culinary cuisine than any other aliment crop. Mushroom cultivation is carried out indoor in any room, shed, basement, garage, etc. This should be well ventilated. Paddy straw mushroom can be grown outside in shady places additionally.

  • Etymology,Identification,Classification and Morphology of Mushrooms
  • Edible,Toxic and Medicinal Mushrooms
  • Psychoactive Mushrooms and Mushroom Production
  • Epidemology and Phylogeny of Fungal Pathogens
  • Terminologies of Clinical Mycology
  • Direct Identification of Mycological Species

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