Literature Highlights

Fossilized remains of fungal mycelia identified with spectrometric and microscopic high-end methods in 715 to 810 million year old rock formations via the detection of chitin and cell nuclei:

Studies of Riley and Robert et al. propose that the classic division in white rot and brown rot fungi may be outdated and that there is much rather a continuum between these two modes of rotting:

A basidiomycet produces yellow pigments after damage to the mycelium:

Genomic research on the important edible mushroom Shiitake:

Discovery of new alkaloids in Mycena metata by HR-MALDI-MS:

Purification of laccases by aquaeous two phase extraction:

Volatile sesquiterpenes of ectomykorrhiza program the development of roots: