Fungal Nanotechnology

Edited by
August 2021
366 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1744-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1743-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Fungal Nanotechnology that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Public Health & Healthcare

Fungal Nanotechnologies (FN) 1 and 2 provide updated and comprehensive information that deals with the green and sustainable production of metal- and organic-based nanostructures by various fungal species. Additionally, intracellular and extracellular mechanisms will be investigated, as well as fungal nanotechnology applications in the biomedical, environmental, and agri-food sectors. FN is still in its infant stage; therefore, many studies should be focused on this area. Plants, animal and humans will benefit greatly from this, and efficient and ecologically friendly approaches should be created.

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aflatoxins; Aspergillus section Flavi; chitosan; feeds; nanocomposites; fungal nanotechnology; Trichoderma spp.; ZnO nanoparticles; antibacterial activity Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae; co-cultivation; secondary metabolites; biotransformation; biomineralization; metal oxide nanoparticles; nanoparticle dissolution; nanoparticle mobility; fungal leaching; ecotoxicity; nanomaterial; nanosensors; phytopathogens; zinc; endophytic bacteria; silver nanoparticles; Magnaporthe oryzae; antifungal activity; oyster mushroom; application; antibacterial; anticancer; antioxidant; chitosan; nanohybrids; polymer-metal composites; antifungal; postharvest; Fusarium; synthesis; nanoparticles; mechanism; medicine; agriculture; nanofactory; toxicity; copper (I) iodide; composites; antifungal; chitosan; atomic force microscopy; Vicia faba; plant disease; root rot; R. solani; Se-NPs; nano-biosynthesis; plant promotion; metal oxides; nano-fungicides; pathogenic fungi; protein profiling; radical scavenging activity; resistance; homeostasis; toxicity; nanoparticles; fungal–metal interaction; lichen; nanoparticles; green synthesis; eco-friendly; antimicrobial; antioxidant; MgO-NPs; optimization; antimicrobial; mosquitocidal and repellence activity; tannery effluents; chromium ion; nanoantifungal; mycotoxin degradation; theragnostic; veterinary; n/a; bamboo; Ag/TiO2; visible light photoactivity; antifungal activity; energy storage