Vol 1 No 1 (2019)
Research Articles

Types and Classification of Microb- Fungi

Sariani Salaami Muhamed
Biological Department, Nursing School, Guilan University of Medical Sciences, Rashti, Iran
Published January 25, 2019
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How to Cite
Muhamed, S. S. (2019). Types and Classification of Microb- Fungi. American International Journal of Cancer Studies, 1(1), 6-10. https://doi.org/10.46545/aijcs.v1i1.47


Fungior  microbe  take  a  single celled or very complex multicellular organisms. They are found in just about any habitat but  many  of  them   live on the land, mainly in soil or on plant material rather than in sea or fresh water. A group called the decomposers grow in the soil or on dead plant matter where they play an important role in the cycling of carbon and other elements. Some are parasites of plants causing diseases such as mildews, rusts, scabs or canker. In crops fungal diseases can lead to significant monetary loss for the farmer. A very  a few  number of fungi  increase  diseases in animals. In humans these include skin diseases such as athletes’ foot, ringworm and thrush.


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