• Advances In Endophytic Fungal Research

Advances In Endophytic Fungal Research

Advances In Endophytic Fungal Research

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  • Author
    Bhim Pratap Singh
  • Publisher
    Springer
  • Publication date
    12 February 2019

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Advances In Endophytic Fungal Research

  • Author

    Bhim Pratap Singh

  • Date Published

    12 February 2019

  • Publisher

    Springer

  • Pages

    360 pages

  • ISBN

    9783030035891

Book Description

Plant endophytes are a potential source for the production of bioactive compounds that can fight against devastating diseases in both plants and humans. Among these endophytic microorganisms, endophytic fungi are one of the dominant group of microorganisms with a potential role in plant growth promotion and the discovery of noble bioactive natural products. Endophytic fungi possess several bioactivities like anticancer, antimicrobial, insecticidal, plant growth stimulants, crop protection, phytoremediation, etc. Presence of modular biosynthetic genes clusters like PKS and NRPS in several endophytic fungi underscores the need to understand and explore such organisms. This volume presents and demonstrates the applied aspects of endophytic fungi. Practical applications of such endophytes are discussed in detail, including studies in pharmaceutical development and agricultural management of important microbial diseases. The beneficial effects that endophytic fungi provide to host plants—enhancing growth, increasing fitness, strengthening tolerance to abiotic and biotic stresses through secondary metabolites—are also discussed. The reader is provided with a comprehensive and detailed understanding of such relationships between endophytic fungi and their host.

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