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While most plants capture energy from the sun to grow and go through photosynthesis, this flower receives nutrition from the fungus without harming it.
Rather, this common skin infection is caused by a fungus.
The friend spotted a big male Chinook — its fins torn, its back blotched with the fungus of decay.
But their numbers are greatly declining in the Midwest and eastern part of the U.S. due to a fungus that is killing bats.
Koji, a fungus, is the Japanese version of baker’s yeast.
The fungus that causes cedar-apple rust — so titled because some kinds of junipers are often erroneously called cedars — reproduces more readily in wet spring weather.
Yeast is a fungus that loves warm, moist areas, and wearing sweaty or wet clothes for an extended period of time could create a prime environment for yeast to go wild, Dr. Shepherd says.
Compost has all of the beneficial bacteria, fungi, nematodes and Protozoa your soil needs to support your plants.
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