「The Fungal Kingdom」 (菌類界)

Joseph Heitman, Barbara J. Howlett, Pedro W. Crous, Eva H. Stukenbrock, Timothy Y. James & Neil A. R. Gow (Edits) (2017/10)
「The Fungal Kingdom」 (菌類界)

ASM Press(米国微生物学学会出版部)
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Section 1: Fungal Branches on the Eukaryotic Tree of Life
1. Realm and Classification of the Fungal Kingdom
2. What Fungal Traits Matter and How They Evolve
3. What Defines the "Kingdom" Fungi?
4. Fungal Diversity Revisited: 2.2 to 3.8 Million Species
5. Microsporidia: Obligate Intracellular Pathogens within the Fungal Kingdom Realm

Section 2 以下は「続きを読む」をクリック願います(「Section 9」まであり)。
Section 2: Life of Fungi
6. Fungal Sex: The Ascomycota
7. Fungal Sex: The Basidiomycota
8. Fungal Sex: The Mucoromycota
9. Sex and the Imperfect Fungiück
10. Molecular Mechanisms Regulating Cell Fusion and Heterokaryon Formation in Filamentous Fungi
11. Cell Biology of Fungal Growth
12. The Fungal Cell Wall: Structure, Biosynthesis, and Function
13. Fungal Ecology: Principles of Competition and Colonization by Saprotrophic Fungi

Section 3: Fungal Ecology
14. Long-Distance Dispersal of Fungi
15. The Geomycology of Elemental Cycling and Transformations in the Environment
16. Ecology of Fungal Plant Pathogens
17. Key Ecological Roles for Zoosporic True Fungi in Aquatic Habitats

Section 4: How Fungi Sense Their Environment
18. The Mycelium as a Network
19. Nutrient Sensing
20. The Complexity of Fungal Vision
21. Stress Sensing
22. Thigmo Responses: The Fungal Sense of Touch
23. Melanin, Radiation, and Energy Transduction in Fungi
24. Marking Time: Conservation of Biological Clocks from Fungi to Animals

Section 5: Fungal Genetics and Genomics as Models for Biology
25. Target of Rapamycin (TOR) Regulates Growth in Response to Nutritional Signals
26. Fungal Cell Cycle: A Unicellular versus Multicellular Comparison
27. A Matter of Scale and Dimensions: Chromatin of Chromosome Landmarks in the Fungi
28. Fungal Ploidy Changes
29. Fungal Genomes and Insights into the Evolution of the Kingdom
30. Sources of Fungal Genetic Variation and Associating It with Phenotypic Diversity
31. RNAi in Fungi: Retention and Loss
32. Fungal Prions
33. Repeat-Induced Point Mutation and Other Genome Defense Mechanisms in Fungi
34. Plant Pathogenic Fungi

Section 6: Fungal Interactions with Plants: Impact on Agriculture and the Biosphere
35. The Mutualistic Interaction between Plants and Mycorrhizal Fungi
36. Lichenized Fungi and the Evolution of Symbiotic Organization
37. Role of Effectors in Plant Disease
38. Emerging Fungal Threats to Plants and Animals Challenge Agriculture and Ecosystem Resilience
39. Fungi That Infect Humans

Section 7: Fungi and the Human Host
40. The Mycobiome: Impact on Health and Disease States
41. Skin Fungi from Colonization to Infection
42. Fungal Biofilms and Human Disease
43. How the Vertebrate Immune System Recognizes and Attacks Fungi
44. Antifungal Drugs: The Current Armamentarium and Development of New Agents
45. The Insect Pathogens

Section 8: Fungal Interactions with Animals (Fungi, Insects, and Nematodes) and Other Microbes
46. Made for Each Other: Ascomycete Yeasts and Insects
47. Nematode-Trapping Fungi
48. Host-Microsporidia Interactions in the Nematode Caenorhabiditis elegans
49. Bacterial Endosymbionts: Master Modulators of Fungal Phenotypes
50. Necrotrophic Mycoparasites and Their Genomes
Magnus Karlsson et al.
51. Lignin from Lignocellulose: Ligninolytic Enzymes and Applications of Lignin and Ligninolytic Enzymes
52. Fungal Enzymes and Yeasts for Conversion of Plant Biomass to Bioenergy and Higher Value Products

Section 9: Fungi: Technology and Natural Products
53. Fungi as a Source of Food
54. Biologically Active Secondary Metabolites from the Fungi

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