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  • Incorporates the most recent findings from such disciplines as body structure, taxonomy, genomics, molecular biology and mobile biology.
  • Begins with an ancient standpoint, cellphone morphology and taxonomy, and strikes directly to such subject matters as telephone development, improvement, metabolism, and pathogenesis.
  • Presents the complete diversity of the fungal state and covers very important themes as saprophytes, pathogens and endophytes.
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A well-known example of a fungal bioprocess is the production of the secondary metabolite penicillin by Penicillium chrysogenum, developed about 60 years ago (Ligon, 2004). , lovastatin by Aspergillus terreus) (Tobert, 2003), have been developed since. Furthermore, many of the commercial biological production processes for organic acids are fungal bioprocesses, including the production of citric, gluconic, and itaconic acid by Aspergillus species or lactic acid by Rhizopus oryzae (Magnuson and Lasure, 2004).

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