Fundamentals of Molecular Mycology provides a complete overview of recent developments and applications in molecular mycology. It serves as a comprehensive guide for the identification of fungi and the application of fungal biomolecules in agriculture, food, environment, and pharmaceutical sectors by providing detailed information about application molecular markers and bioinformatics tools for mycology.
Covering the most important aspects of molecular mycology, the book focuses on:
Advances in molecular tools have created a new path for the mycological research and applications in different sectors. Fundamentals of Molecular Mycology is an excellent source of information on molecular mycology tools and applications in various fields. This book will be valuable to biotechnologists at research institutes, academia, and industry researchers, and professionals. The book is also a rich resources for undergraduate and postgraduate biology students in in mycology, botany, microbiology, fungal biology, biotechnology, and molecular biology as well.
Preface. Molecular Mycology: An Introduction. Fungal Identification: Conventional Approaches and Current Scenario. Molecular Tools for Identification of Fungi. Genetic Improvement of Industrially Important Fungal Strains. Fungal Strain Improvement Through Recombinant DNA Technology. Molecular Improvement of Fungal Strains. Bioinformatic Approaches for Identification of Fungal Species and Detection of Secondary Metabolites. Fungal Biomolecules and Fungal Secondary Metabolites. Fungal Biomolecules for Degradation of Xenobiotics and Ecosystem Management. Fungal Secondary Metabolites for Biocontrol and Sustainable Agriculture. Molecular Interventions In Fungal Studies for Sustainable Development. Index.