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Adaptations of fungi and fungal-like organisms for growth under reduced dissolved oxygen concentrations

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posted on 2023-05-03, 15:42 authored by Sandra Kittelmann, Cathrine Manohar, Ray Kearney, Don Natvig, Frank Gleason
This chapter provides an overview on the diversity, metabolism, and ecological roles of fungi and fungal-like organisms that have adapted to host-associated as well as nonhost-associated anoxic environments. It focuses on true fungi and fungal-like organisms in the Opisthokont supergroup and in fungal-like organisms in the Oomycota (Rhizaria+Alveolates+Stramenopiles supergroup) and does not consider the protists in the other supergroups as defined by Baldauf (2003, 2008). In particular, the important ecological roles of these organisms are discussed.

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CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group

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The fungal community: its organization and role in the ecosystem

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9781498706650

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Kittelmann, S., Manohar, C. S., Kearney, R., Natvig, D. O., & Gleason, F. H. (2017). Adaptations of fungi and fungal-like organisms for growth under reduced dissolved oxygen concentrations. In J. Dighton & J. F. White (Eds.), The fungal community: its organization and role in the ecosystem (pp. 273–292). Boca Raton: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. doi:10.1201/9781315119496-19

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