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Iron-eating fungus disintegrates rocks with acid and cellular knives
When a hungry fungus anchors itself to an unsuspecting rock, it has a plan of attack. First, it unleashes acid, dissolving surface minerals to get to its food. Then, it releases chemicals that extract that food—in this case, iron.
Ras Fungi angered by memes
CONTEMPORARY musician Fungisai Mashavave-Zvakavapano, now known as Killer F or Ras Fungi, is not amused by memes of her pose which have gone viral on social media networking sites. Fungisai, who had been keeping a low profile, resurfaced last ...
Hospital halts lung exam as fungi found
Ruttonjee Hospital has stopped performing bronchoscopies a procedure that allows doctors to examine a person's airway with a thin viewing instrument after it found fungi in five patients who underwent the test.
Scientists Identify the Fungi Clouding Leonardo's Self-Portrait
The researchers write that due to the “non-culturability of the microorganisms inhabiting the portrait,” identifying the exact fungus causing the foxing wasn't possible. New non-invasive sampling for DNA analysis with scanning electron microscope (SEM) ...
Fossilized Fungi is World's Oldest Land Fossil
Fungi are as old as the hills. Scientists have identified bits of fossilized fungi that date back 440 million years, making them the oldest known fossils of any land-dwelling organism.

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