Mycology and Ecology

Fungal communities in flown timber acts as a model system to investigate how the history of fungal community assembly controls ecosystem Laboratory experiments that are being used to regulate whether the impacts of assembly history on environs work depend upon soil fertility and fungivory. To  determine the relative consequentiality of assembly history contrary to the natural background of environmental variability the project will provide incipient ecological insights by exhibiting that historical information, though arduous to obtain in nature, can be essential for expounding ostensibly idiosyncratic variation in ecosystem functioning.

  • Fungal Ecology
  • Competition and Conservation of Fungi
  • Role of Fungi in Ecosystem
  • ROLE OF FUNGI IN ECOSYSTEM
  • Mycelial and Fungus-Microbe Interaction
  • Population Dynamics and Hyphal Interactions
  • Advance Mycological Research

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