Research Topics Mushroom culture and medicinal plants

Research Area/ Research Interest: Mushroom culture and medicinal plants

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. The Importance of Spiritual Ecology in the Qingyuan Forest Mushroom Co-Cultivation System
  2.  Medicinal Mushroom of Potential Pharmaceutical Toxic Importance: Contribution in Phytotherapy
  3. Microbial Biostimulants for Tolerance to Abiotic and Biotic Stresses in Mushrooms
  4. Medicinal Mushroom: An Ancient culture towards new lifestyle
  5. STUDY OF AROMATIC COMPONENTS IN THE COURSE OF INITIATING ENZYMATIC REACTIONS IN THE EDIBLE MUSHROOM PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS
  6. The potential role of medicinal mushrooms as prebiotics in aquaculture: A review
  7. Problems of Fungal Contaminants and Cultivation Strategies of Certain Medicinal Mushrooms
  8.  Evaluation of the best time for spawning of Pleurotus eryngii mushroom to standardize the cultivation technology in Rajasthan, India
  9. Exploring the Chemical Composition and Bioactivity of Ethanol Extract from Russula pseudocyanoxantha (Agaricomycetes), a Novel Mushroom of Tribal Preference …
  10. Anti-Influenza Activity of Medicinal Material Extracts from Qinghai–Tibet Plateau
  11. ‘Frog’s umbrella’and ‘ghost’s face powder’: the cultural roles of mushrooms and other fungi for Canadian Indigenous Peoples
  12. Green Biotechnology of Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus L.): A Sustainable Strategy for Myco-Remediation and Bio-Fermentation
  13. Medicinal Properties of the Golden Oyster Mushroom, Pleurotus citrinopileatus (Agaricomycetes), Grown on Local Agricultural Wastes in Turkey
  14. Biology, Cultivation and Applications of Mushrooms
  15.  West African medicinal plants and their constituent compounds as treatments for viral infections, including SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19
  16.  The antioxidant potential of different edible and medicinal mushrooms
  17.  … of plant extracts for antibacterial activity against Pseudomonas tolaasii and Ewingella americana, the bacterial pathogens of cultivated button mushroom
  18.  Some Medicinal Plants of Interest for their Content in Alkaloids I
  19. Cultivation Technologies for Production of Medicinal Mushroom Biomass
  20.  Diversity of Different Edible Mushrooms in Baramulla District of Jammu and Kashmir
  21. Antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of the polypore mushroom Lentinus arcularius isolated in Vietnam
  22. Medicinal Properties of the Golden Oyster Mushroom, Pleurotus citrinopileatus (Agaricomycetes) Grown on Some Local Agricultural Wastes in Turkey
  23. … , Antioxidant, and Antimicrobial Activities of in Vitro Propagated and Wild Grown Potentilla Nepalensis, an Endemic Medicinal Plant from North Western Himalayas
  24. Aqueous Extracts of Medicinal Mushrooms Ganoderma lucidum and Pleurotus eryngii (Agaricomycetes) Can Affect Seed Germination and Seedling Survival
  25.  Antioxidant and antimicrobial potentials of mycelial extracts of Hohenbuehelia myxotricha grown in different liquid culture media
  26. Edible Mushroom of Lentinula spp.: A Case Study of Shiitake (Lentinula edodes L.) Cultivation
  27.  Towards medicinal tea from untapped Namibian Ganoderma: Phenolics and in vitro antioxidant activity of wild and cultivated mushrooms
  28.  Conservation strategies of the culinary-medicinal mushroom Pleurotus nebrodensis (Basidiomycota, Fungi)
  29.  Beneficial interactions between bacteria and edible mushrooms
  30.  Rio Grande National Forest
  31.  Whole genome sequencing of an edible and medicinal mushroom, Russula griseocarnosa, and its association with mycorrhizal characteristics
  32. A review on essential oil analyses and biological activities of the traditionally used medicinal plant Thymus vulgaris L
  33. Cultivation of Two Edible Mushrooms and Need for Training of Mushroom Production Technology to Enhance Rural Economy
  34.  Cytotoxicity against Human Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HepG2) Cells and Anti-Oxidant Activity of Selected Endemic or Medicinal Plants in Sri Lanka
  35. Protocols for Extraction, Isolation, and Purification of Secondary Metabolites of Mushroom and Its Applications
  36. Antioxidant Properties of the Triterpenoids Isolated from Bagasse-cultivated Lingzhi or Reishi medicinal Mushroom, Ganoderma lucidum (Agaricomycetes) at Different …
  37. Anti‐inflammation of bioactive compounds from ethanolic extracts of edible bamboo mushroom (Dictyophora indusiata) as functional health promoting food …
  38.  Mushrooms: A natural and cultural history
  39. Professor Solomon P. Wasser and Medicinal Mushroom Science, with Special Attention to the Problems of Mycotherapy in Oncology
  40.  Diversity and ethnomycological importance of mushrooms from Western Himalayas, Kashmir
  41. Indigenous ecological knowledge and wild harvesting of morel mushrooms: the resource productivity and marketing in Swat, Pakistan
  42. The importance of flavonoids and phytochemicals of medicinal plants with antiviral activities
  43. Health-Promoting Properties of Medicinal Mushrooms and Their Bioactive Compounds for the COVID-19 Era—An Appraisal: Do the Pro-Health Claims Measure Up?
  44. Non-peptide secondary metabolites from poisonous mushrooms: overview of chemistry, bioactivity, and biosynthesis
  45. Recent advances and future directions on the valorization of spent mushroom substrate (SMS): A review
  46. Diversity, Chemistry, and Environmental Contamination of Wild Growing Medicinal Mushroom Species as Sources of Biologically Active Substances (Antioxidants, Anti …
  47. … and Antioxidant Activities of Mycelial Polysaccharides from Different Strains of Lingzhi or Reishi Medicinal Mushroom Ganoderma lucidum (Agaricomycetes)
  48. Account of Some Important Edible Medicinal Plants and Their Socio-Economic Importance
  49. Modulatory effects of polysaccharides from plants, marine algae and edible mushrooms on gut microbiota and related health benefits: A review
  50. Water Extract of the Chaga Medicinal Mushroom, Inonotus obliquus (Agaricomycetes), Inhibits SARS-CoV-2 Replication in Vero E6 and Vero Cell Culture …
  51.  Benefits, challenges and opportunities in mushroom production: A review
  52.  Analysis of aromatic components of two edible mushrooms, Phlebopus portentosus and Cantharellus yunnanensis using HS-SPME/GC-MS
  53. The glucose level and gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase activity in hepatocyte-like cells under the action of extracts and cytokinin fractions of medicinal mushrooms
  54. Mushroom by‐products as a source of potential sustainable application: A review
  55.  … and flavonoid contents and antioxidant activity of an endophytic fungus Nigrospora sphaerica (EHL2), inhabiting the medicinal plant Euphorbia hirta (dudhi) L …
  56. … use of agricultural industry wastes enriched with nutritional‎ supplements on yield, medicinal and nutritional value of Lion’s mane mushroom‎‎(Hercium erinaceus (Bull.) …
  57.  In vitro assessment of multipotential therapeutic importance of Hericium erinaceus mushroom extracts using different solvents
  58.  RESEARCH ON SOIL FERTILITY IN THE EXPERIMENTAL FIELD AT THE MOARA DOMNEASCA EXPERIMENTAL STATION
  59. Medicinal Macrofungi as Cosmeceuticals: A Review
  60. Iron-enriched mycelia of edible and medicinal basidiomycetes
  61. An Entheogenic Endeavor: Exploring Indigenous Healing in Modern Times
  62. A Kinetic Modeling of Growth and Mycelial Exopolysaccharide Production by Lentinus edodes (Shiitake Edible Mushroom)
  63. A Review of Substrates for Solid-State Fermentation of Lingzhi or Reishi Medicinal Mushroom, Ganoderma lucidum (Agaricomycetes), for Basidiome Production and …
  64. The Nutritional and Pharmacological Potential of Medicinal Mushroom “Ganoderma lucidum (Lingzhi or Reishi)”
  65. The role of currently used medicinal plants in aquaculture and their action mechanisms: A review
  66.  Characterising the proteomic response of mushroom pathogen Lecanicillium fungicola to Bacillus velezensis QST 713 and Kos biocontrol agents
  67. Listening watchfully: Following the Líl̓wat pathway towards reciprocal and relational forest research in Líl̓wat Indigenous Territory, British Columbia, Canada
  68.  Power and the Sublime in Aldous Huxley’s Drug Aesthetics
  69.  Environmental Implications of Agricultural Development in Odisha State
  70.  2.“The climate itself must have hidden some medicines”: traditional veterinary medicine of indigenous and non-indigenous campesinos of the southern Andes
  71. Fatty acids of Pleurotus florida mushroom: Potential molecules for blood glucose control
  72.  Myths and Social Beliefs Surrounding Wild Mushrooms in Ladakh
  73. An ethnoveterinary study of wild medicinal plants used by the Kyrgyz farmers
  74. Utilization of fruit waste substrates in mushroom production and manipulation of chemical composition
  75. Jamaican Cultural and Spiritual Guidance in Caring for Cancer Patients, Jamaica
  76. Role of medicinal plants in inhibiting SARS-CoV-2 and in the management of post-COVID-19 complications
  77.  Effects of plant growth regulators and growing media on propagation and field establishment of Stevia rebaudiana: a medicinal plant of commerce
  78.  Collection and uses of ethno-ecological species among Chuktia Bhunjia tribe of Odisha, India: Examining Sustainable Livelihood through Local Knowledge
  79. Ethnomedicinal and Ethnobotanical Survey in the Aosta Valley Side of the Gran Paradiso National Park (Western Alps, Italy)
  80. Phytochemical Screening and Antioxidant Activity of some Egyptian Medicinal Plants
  81. Hutsuls’ perceptions of forests and uses of forest resource in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina
  82. Polysaccharide-Protein Complex Isolated from Fruiting Bodies and Cultured Mycelia of Lingzhi or Reishi Medicinal Mushroom, Ganoderma lucidum (Agaricomycetes) …
  83. Anti-Oxidant and Anticancerous Effect of Fomitopsis officinalis (Vill. ex Fr. Bond. et Sing) Mushroom on Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cells In Vitro through NF-kB …
  84. Psychoactive Drugs in European Prehistory
  85. Anti-Adipogenic Lanostane-Type Triterpenoids from the Edible and Medicinal Mushroom Ganoderma applanatum
  86. Promotion of reproductive growth of mushroom using electrical stimuli
  87.  Synergistic effects of novel herbal decoctions from Panax ginseng and Morus alba on tyrosinase activity and melanogenesis in vitro
  88. Typical JUNCAO Overwintering Performance and Optimized Cultivation Conditions of Pennisetum sp. in Guizhou, Southwest China
  89.  Effects on mammalian cell transcriptome reveal a plant extract’s medicinal properties: Potential anti-COVID-19 and anti-cancer properties of Sarcopoterium …
  90.  Biodiversity of ethnomedicinal plants from the B’laan Tribe in Mount Matutum Protected Landscape, Southern Mindanao, Philippines
  91. A way forward for wild fungi in international sustainability policy
  92.  Ethnomedicinal study of wild plants used by fringe communities in Temperate Forests of Himalayan Kashmir, India
  93. Wild Medical Macrofungi in Montenegro: Diversity, Distribution, Ecology, and Uses
  94.  MYCOCHEMICALS AND ANTIDIABETIC ACTIVITY OF LIGNOCOLOUS FUNGI–A CRITICAL REVIEW
  95.  Cultivating Pleurotus ostreatus and Pleurotus eryngii mushroom strains on agro-industrial residues in solid-state fermentation. Part II: Effect on productivity …
  96. Utilization of Spent Mushroom Wastes: A Viable Alternative to Minimizing the Use of Inorganic Fertilizer, Thus Mitigating Climate Change in Developing World
  97. Sacred natural sites classification framework based on ecosystem services and implications for conservation
  98. Potential Activity of Mushrooms Against Viruses: Current Trends and Perspectives
  99. A hybrid of response surface methodology and artificial neural network in optimization of culture conditions of mycelia growth of Antrodia cinnamomea
  100. Novel Insights into the Bioactive Metabolites of Macrocybe gigantea (Agaricomycetes), Using Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) Combined with …
  101. Traditions for Future Cross-National Food Security—Food and Foraging Practices among Different Native Communities in the Western Himalayas
  102.  Bio-prospective potential of Pleurotus djamor and Pleurotus florida mycelial extracts towards Gram positive and Gram negative microbial pathogens causing …
  103. Cytotoxic Proteins from King Tuber Oyster Medicinal Mushroom, Pleurotus tuber-regium (Agaricomycetes), Sclerotium against Human MDA-MB-231 Breast Cancer …
  104. Impact of Cultivation Substrate and Microbial Community on Improving Mushroom Productivity: A Review
  105. A New Diphenyl Derivative from Endogenous Phoma sp. Associated with the Edible Mushroom Boletus edulis
  106. Potential of waste reduction of agro-biomasses through Reishi medicinal mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum) production using different substrates and techniques
  107.  A New Benzophenone Derivative from the Endophyte Shiraia sp. BYJB-1
  108. Effect of different grain spawn materials on Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq.) P. Kumm. mushroom cultivation under unregulated and regulated fruiting conditions
  109. Biochemical Evaluation of Agaricus and Pleurotus Strains in Batch Cultures for Production Optimization of Valuable Metabolites
  110. A synbiotic containing prebiotic prepared from a by-product of king oyster mushroom, Pleurotus eryngii and probiotic, Lactobacillus plantarum incorporated in diet to …
  111. Isolation and characterization of wood-decomposing basidiomycetes from the Andean Forest in Boyacá, Colombia
  112. An Application of Choice Experiment to Assess Farmers’ Willingness to Pay for Volcanoes National Park Management Attributes in Rwanda
  113.  … and Consensus Analysis of Ethnoveterinary Medicinal Knowledge Among the Local People in Eastern India: Perception, Cultural Significance, and Resilience …
  114. AN INTERPRETATIVE ESSAY OF THE BRETON PHARMACOPOEIA: AN ETHNOBOTANICAL APPROACH LAURENT GALL
  115.  Trees, forests and people: The Central Himalayan case of forest ecosystem services
  116. 5 Alkaloids
  117. Low-Molecular-Weight Secondary Metabolites from Fungi: Cerrena unicolor as a New Proposal of an Effective Preparation against Rhabditis Nematodes
  118. Mushroom extract of Lactarius deliciosus (L.) Sf. Gray as biopesticide: Antifungal activity and toxicological analysis
  119. Preserving Biodiversity in Appalachian Mixed Mesophytic Forests Through the Permit-Based Harvest of American Ginseng and Other Forest Botanicals
  120. Edible mushrooms: Nutritional composition and medicinal benefits for improvement in quality life
  121.  An Extensive Review on the Use of Feed Additives Against Fish Diseases and Improvement of Health Status of Fish in Turkish Aquaculture Sector
  122. Spent Mushroom Substrates Valorization via Brand New Multirecycled Polyfunctional Biologics Producing on Them
  123.  Study of Antibacterial and Antioxidant Potential of Prunella vulgaris L. Flower Extract-A Medicinally Active Herb Grown in Kashmir
  124. Underutilized Non-Timber Forest Products in Ethiopia: socioeconomic, status and yield potential
  125. First report of green mold disease caused by Penicillium citrinum on Dictyophora rubrovalvata in China
  126. Studies on the biosynthetic pathways of melanin in Auricularia auricula
  127. A new look at edible and medicinal mushrooms as a source of ergosterol and ergosterol peroxide-UHPLC-MS/MS analysis
  128. Diversity of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) in Hoang Lien—Van Ban Nature Reserve (Lao Cai, Vietnam): Implications for Local Livelihood Improvement and …
  129. Studies on Chemical Composition, Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Activities of Cleome brachycarpa Vahl ex DC. and Cleome quinquenervia DC
  130.  Historical and cultural aspects of man’s relationship with addictive drugs
  131. … Pathogens Trichoderma harzianum and Pseudomonas tolaasii on the Edible Mushroom Agaricus bisporus and Evaluation of Some Desert Plant Extracts for Control …
  132.  Production of bioactive compounds from callus of Pueraria thomsonii Benth with promising cytotoxic and antibacterial activities
  133. Production and bromatological analysis of the oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq. ex Fr.) P. Kumm.) grown with cocoa, banana, coconut and African palm …
  134. Growth Interactions and Somatic Compatibility of Daldinia concentrica (Bolton) Ces. & De Not. Isolates from Edo State, Nigeria
  135. Effect of Different Extracts of Ganoderma lucidum on Ochratoxin A Formation by Aspergillus ochraceus
  136. Anticancer activities of mushrooms: a neglected source for drug discovery
  137. The Traditional Usages, Chemical Components and Pharmacological Activities of Wolfiporia cocos: A Review
  138.  Teacher plants—Indigenous Peruvian-Amazonian dietary practices as a method for using psychoactives
  139.  The Effect of Edible Mushroom on Health and Their Biochemistry
  140.  Assessment of agronomic crops-based residues for growth and nutritional profile of Pleurotus eryngii
  141. An investigation of the antioxidant potential and bioaccumulated minerals in Tuber borchii and Tuber maculatum mycelia obtained by submerged fermentation
  142. A uridine diphosphate-glycosyltransferase GFUGT88A1 derived from edible mushroom Grifola frondosa extends oligosaccharide chains
  143.  Soilless Cultivation to Secure the Vegetable Demand of Urban and Peri-Urban Population
  144. Biosynthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticles from Tricholoma ustale and Agaricus arvensis extracts and investigation of their antimicrobial, cytotoxic, and …
  145.  The Antioxidant Properties of Mushroom Polysaccharides can Potentially Mitigate Oxidative Stress, Beta-Cell Dysfunction and Insulin Resistance. Front …
  146.  Asian Medical Industries: Contemporary Perspectives on Traditional Pharmaceuticals
  147.  Optimising Soilless Culture Systems and Alternative Growing Media to Current Used Materials
  148. Herbal carbohydrates in healthcare
  149.  Targeted isolation of photoactive pigments from mushrooms yielded a highly potent new photosensitizer: 7, 7′-Biphyscion
  150. Edible Mushrooms of the Polish Carpathians
  151. Green Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles: An Eco-Friendly Approach
  152. Psychedelics: Alternative and Potential Therapeutic Options for Treating Mood and Anxiety Disorders
  153.  On the occurrence, origin, and intake of the nuclides, 210Po and 210Pb, in sclerotia of Wolfiporia cocos collected in China
  154. Echinacea purpurea (L.) Moench: Biological and Pharmacological Properties. A Review
  155. Differential toxicity and teratogenic effects of the hot water and cold water extracts of Lignosus rhinocerus (Cooke) Ryvarden sclerotium on zebrafish (Danio rerio) …
  156. Biological activities and chemical profile of Hericium erinaceus mycelium cultivated on mixed red and white jasmine rice
  157. Update on potential of edible mushrooms: high‐value compounds, extraction strategies and bioactive properties
  158.  Anti-termite and therapeutic uses of various plant essential oils from family Rutaceae: A review
  159. Advances in the complement system of a teleost fish, Oreochromis niloticus
  160.  The Analysis of integration of Ethnobotanical Data to Information System
  161. Nutritional qualities and antioxidant activity of Pleurotus floridanus grown on composted peach sawdust substrate with different composting time
  162. Ethno-Botanical and Economic Significance of Edible Plants Used as Food by Tribal Community of the Western Himalaya
  163.  Valorisation of biomass and diaper waste into a sustainable production of the medical mushroom Lingzhi Ganoderma lucidum
  164. Impact of Storage Temperatures on the Quality of Oven-Dried Black Jelly Mushroom, Auricularia nigricans (Agaricomycetes)
  165.  Useful herbs for the liver disease treatment
  166.  Plant lectins as prospective antiviral biomolecules in the search for COVID-19 eradication strategies
  167.  Evaluating Croton macrostachyus: honey, nectar, and pollen antimicrobial activities against Escherichia coli, Shigella boydii, Staphylococcus aureus, and …
  168. A cost-benefit analysis of applying urban agriculture in sustainable park design
  169. Potential of NTFP Based Bioeconomy in Livelihood Security and Income Inequality Mitigation in Kashmir Himalayas
  170. Influence of strains and environmental cultivation conditions on the bioconversion of ergosterol and vitamin D2 in the sun mushroom
  171.  Amanita muscaria: Fly Agaric history, mythology and pharmacology
  172. Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antioxidant activity of leaf and cell cultures extracts of Randia aculeata L. and its chemical components by GC-MS
  173. Ethnomedicinal Properties of Plants Used in Kurchiyas Tribe of Wayanad, Kerala
  174. Beauty, Diversity, and Potential Uses of Certain Macrofungi
  175. NARRATIVE REVIEW: UTILIZATION OF HORTICULTURAL COMMODITY PLANT TISSUE CULTURE TECHNOLOGY AS A HALAL BIOTECHNOLOGY METHOD FOR …
  176.  Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles by Pisum sativum L.(pea) pod against multidrug resistant foodborne pathogens
  177. Rosmarinic acid–Modes of antimicrobial and antibiofilm activities of common plant polyphenol
  178. Fraxinol Stimulates Melanogenesis in B16F10 Mouse Melanoma Cells through CREB/MITF Signaling
  179. Biofortification of Three Cultivated Mushroom Species with Three Iron Salts—Potential for a New Iron-Rich Superfood
  180.  Role of Wild Food Environments for Cultural Identity, Food Security, and Dietary Quality in a Rural American State
  181.  Impact of Livestock Grazing Pressure and Above-Ground Vegetational Changes on Yield of Caterpillar Mushroom () Ophiocordyceps sinensis
  182.  Bioactive compounds from Pleurotus sajor-caju mushroom recovered by sustainable high-pressure methods
  183. Endophytic Fungi: An Effective Alternative Source of Plant-Derived Bioactive Compounds for Pharmacological Studies
  184. Creating an Added-Value Capital of Forest Based on the Local Knowledge of Tai in Tuong Duong (Nghe An, Vietnam)
  185. Effect of Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) on Drying Kinetics and Quality Characteristics of Shiitake Mushroom
  186. Spent waste from edible mushrooms offer innovative strategies for the remediation of persistent organic micropollutants: A review
  187.  Ethnobotanical study on wild edible plants used by Dulong people in northwestern Yunnan, China
  188.  Eco-Friendly Biobased Products Used in Microbial Diseases
  189. Potential clinical applications of phytopharmaceuticals for the in‐patient management of coagulopathies in COVID‐19
  190. Major Antioxidant Compound of Polyporus Parvovarius Culture Filtrate
  191.  Genetic and Chemical Diversity of Edible Mushroom Pleurotus Species
  192. Chapter 4. Conversion of food waste into new food in a closed loop
  193. Antioxidant activities and prebiotic properties of the tropical mushroom Macrocybe crassa
  194.  Ecosystem services of Hurri hills, a montane woodland ecosystem in the arid lands of northern Kenya
  195. Mycogenic fabrication of silver nanoparticles using Picoa, Pezizales, characterization and their antifungal activity
  196. Antcin K inhibits VEGF‐dependent angiogenesis in human rheumatoid arthritis synovial fibroblasts
  197. Anti‐cancer effect of astrakurkurol from a folklore tribal mushroom on human hepatocellular carcinoma cells via mediating cell cycle inhibition, apoptosis, and …
  198. Psilocybin Conspectus: Status, Production Methods, and Considerations
  199.  The recovery process of the community in Kawauchi Village after the nuclear disaster
  200. Anti-Fungal Activity Test of Sengkuang (Dracontomelon dao) Leaf Ethanol Extract on The Growth of Candida albicans
  201. Traditional and Economic Valuation of Edible Plants Used for the Treatment of Diabetes
  202. Antioxidant, antimicrobial, cytotoxic and protective effects of truffles
  203. Influence of gamma irradiation on the isolation of bioactive 4-hydroxyisoluceine compound from fenugreek and its enhanced antifungal properties
  204. Insights into the leaves of Ceriscoides campanulata: Natural proanthocyanidins alleviate diabetes, inflammation, and esophageal squamous cell cancer via in vitro …
  205.  The wild non edible mushrooms, what should we know so far?
  206. … Antilarval Potential by the Secondary Metabolites of the Endophytic Fungus Cochliobolus sp. APS1 Isolated from the Indian Medicinal Herb Andrographis paniculata
  207. The Role of Aromatase Enzyme in Hormone Related Diseases and Plant-Based Aromatase Inhibitors as Therapeutic Regimens
  208.  In vitro anti-melanogenic effect of Perilla frutescens leaf extracts
  209.  Plant derived bioactive compounds and their potential to enhance adult neurogenesis
  210. Potential Uses of Mushrooms as Dietary Supplement to Enhance Memory
  211. The Edible Gray Oyster Fungi Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq. ex Fr.) P. Kumm a Potent Waste Consumer, a Biofriendly Species with Antioxidant Activity Depending on the …
  212.  Valorizing staple crop residues through mushroom production to improve food security in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
  213. An Updated Review of Bioactive Peptides from Mushrooms in a Well-Defined Molecular Weight Range
  214. Fruit body formation and intra-species DNA polymorphism in Japanese Wolfiporia cocos strains
  215. Corona Discharge Power of Plasma Treatment Influence on the Physicochemical and Microbial Quality of Enoki Mushroom (Flammulina velutipes).
  216. Plants based materials as the antifungal and antibacterial agents
  217. The defense response of pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) induced by exopolysaccharide from Schizophyllum commune
  218.  The Hidden Kingdom of Fungi: Exploring the Microscopic World in Our Forests, Homes, and Bodies
  219. Comparison of the metabolic profile of the mycelia and fruiting bodies of artificially cultured Cordyceps militaris
  220. Biosustainable production of nanoparticles via mycogenesis for biotechnological applications: A critical review
  221. Fungal Endophytes: A Potential Source of Low-Cost Entrepreneurship
  222. Main functional ingredients, nutritional, and medicinal values of common wild edible fungi: a review
  223. Biological Synthesis of Bioactive Gold Nanoparticles from Inonotus obliquus for Dual Chemo-Photothermal Effects against Human Brain Cancer Cells
  224. Phytochemical Profiling, In Vitro Biological Activities, and In Silico Molecular Docking Studies of Dracaena reflexa
  225. In vitro antiaging activity of polyphenol rich Polyalthia longifolia (Annonaceae) leaf extract in Saccharomyces cerevisiae BY611 yeast cells
  226. Deciphering the role of moringa leaf powder as a supplement in the cotton waste substrate for the growth and nutrition of king oyster mushroom
  227. Characterization of White Button Mushroom and Its Biomedical Applications
  228. Aqueous Extracts of Pleurotus ostreatus and Hericium erinaceus Protect against Ultraviolet A-Induced Damage in Human Dermal Fibroblasts
  229. Spent mushroom waste: An emerging bio-fertilizer for improving soil health and plant productivity
  230. Pine fresh: The cultural and medical context of pine scent in relation to health—from the forest to the home.

 

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