What conditions are favorable for: -fungus growth- E.G. yeast, mold, mildew diseases 
 Introduction:
Fungi are a kingdom of heterotrophic single-celled, multinucleated, or multicellular organisms, including yeasts, molds, mildew and mushrooms. Previously classified in the plant kingdom, fungi are nonmotile, like plants, but lack the vascular tissues (phloem and xylem) that form the true roots, stems, and leaves of plants. 

Fungi are parasites and obtain their nourishment from another living organism called the host. 

Other than a few edible types of mushrooms, most fungi are considered disease for their host. For example apple powdery mildew is a known disease for apple trees. Other fruits also get infected with similar types of fungi. Fungi can also infect human skin. 

In this project, we research the conditions that are favorable for fungi growth. The result of this study and many other similar studies on fungi can help us to reduce or prevent growing fungi on trees, crops, and skin. We can also use the same information to grow mushrooms and other types of fungi needed for food or pharmaceutical uses. 

 
 Project description:
In this project, we research the conditions that are favorable for fungi growth. The result of this study and many other similar studies on fungi can help us to reduce or prevent growing fungi on trees, crops, and skin. We can also use the same information to grow mushrooms and other types of fungi needed for food or pharmaceutical uses. 
 Details of this project
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