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Fungal Biology coverFungal Biology is an international scientific journal and devoted to many aspects of fungal biology including biochemistry, biodeterioration, biotechnology, cell biology, developmental biology, disease control, ecology, environment, evolution, fungal physiology, genetics, genomics, geomycology, insect pathology, medical mycology, molecular genetics, mutualistic interactions, physiology, plant pathology, secondary metabolites, taxonomy and systematics, and techniques. 

Fungal Biology is published by Elsevier.  Senior Editors: Prof Simon Avery (University of Nottingham, UK);  Prof Geoff Gadd (University of Dundee, UK); Prof Nicholas Money (Miami University, OH, USA)

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Fungal Biology ReviewsFungal Biology Reviews  aims to publish reviews from all fields of fungal biology, whether fundamental or applied, including fungal diversity, ecology, evolution, physiology and ecophysiology, biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology, cell biology, interactions (symbiosis, pathogenesis etc), environmental aspects, biotechnology and taxonomy. It covers all organisms that have either historically or recently been recognized as fungi, including lichen-fungi, microsporidia, oomycetes, slime moulds, straminipiles, and yeasts. 

Fungal Biology Reviews is published by Elsevier.  Senior Editor: Dr Jan Dijksterhuis (Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, Utrecht, Netherlands) and Dr Irina Druzhinina (Fungal Diversity and Systematics, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK)

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Fungal Ecology coverFungal Ecology has a broad scope and publishes articles on all aspects of fungal ecology, including: population dynamics; adaptation; evolution; role in ecosystem functioning, nutrient cycling, decomposition, carbon allocation; ecophysiology; intra- and inter-specific mycelial interactions, fungus-plant (pathogens, mycorrhizas, lichens, endophytes), fungus-invertebrate and fungus-microbe interaction; genomics and (evolutionary) genetics; conservation and biodiversity; remote sensing; bioremediation and biodegradation; quantitative and computational aspects - modelling, indicators, complexity, informatics. 

Fungal Ecology is published by Elsevier.  Editor-in-Chief: Dr Benjamin Wolfe (Tufts University, MA, USA). 

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Fungal Interactions 113.jpgFungal Interactions is an open access, international journal launched in November 2022, publishing high-quality, peer reviewed research papers covering a range of scientific areas where interactions between fungi and any biotic or abiotic factors occur.  Areas of interactions covered by this journal include: fungal interactions with other fungi, microorganisms (e.g. bacteria, archaea, cyanobacteria), viruses, algae, plants, and animals (including arthropods, insects, humans and other mammals), as well as in aquatic and terrestrial natural and synthetic habitats, responses to environmental perturbations, e.g. climate change, stress responses, organic and inorganic pollutants, and involvement in element transformations and nutrient cycling.  We aim to publish papers that span a large number of research areas and at different research scales from molecular  to ecological interactions 

Fungal Interactions is published by Elsevier.   Senior Editors: Dr Matthias Brock (University of Nottingham, UK); Prof Geoff Gadd (University of Dundee, UK); Prof Angel Medina-Vaya (Cranfield University, UK).

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Field Mycology coverField Mycology provides high-quality articles for field mycologists and conservationists. It aims to provide content for both the beginner and the knowledgeable field mycologist. Although the articles are principally about British fungi, the publication also includes articles concerning many other countries of the world. The articles are often accompanied by photographs, particularly of poorly documented species. 

Field Mycology is published by the British Mycological Society (previously published by Elsevier until 2021). Senior Editor: Geoffrey Kibby.

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