Fungal Biology Reviews

(The TQCC of Fungal Biology Reviews is 11. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Mucoromycota: going to the roots of plant-interacting fungi57
The one health problem of azole resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus: current insights and future research agenda49
Genome evolution in fungal plant pathogens: looking beyond the two-speed genome model42
Mycoparasitism as a mechanism of Trichoderma-mediated suppression of plant diseases40
Evolving challenges and strategies for fungal control in the food supply chain40
Entomopathogenic Fusarium species: a review of their potential for the biological control of insects, implications and prospects26
An ecological framework for understanding the roles of Epichloë endophytes on plant defenses against fungal diseases26
Using Species Distribution Models For Fungi25
Parengyodontium album, a frequently reported fungal species in the cultural heritage environment24
Fungi took a unique evolutionary route to multicellularity: Seven key challenges for fungal multicellular life23
CRISPR_Cas systems for fungal research22
Penicillium roqueforti: an overview of its genetics, physiology, metabolism and biotechnological applications21
Nanoparticle and nanomineral production by fungi21
Micronutrient transport in mycorrhizal symbiosis; zinc steals the show20
A review of mycotoxin biosynthetic pathways: associated genes and their expressions under the influence of climatic factors18
Twenty years of research on cerato-platanin family proteins: clues, conclusions, and unsolved issues18
Detection and identification of fungal species by electronic nose technology: A systematic review16
Sporobolomyces and Sporidiobolus – non-conventional yeasts for use in industries16
The rise in cases of mucormycosis, candidiasis and aspergillosis amidst COVID1915
The molecular mechanism of stipe cell wall extension for mushroom stipe elongation growth15
No need for speed: slow development of fungi in extreme environments13
Inside-out: from endosomes to extracellular vesicles in fungal RNA transport13
Doing it alone: Unisexual reproduction in filamentous ascomycete fungi13
Role and genetic basis of specialised secondary metabolites in Trichoderma ecophysiology12
Pathogenic fungi of marine animals: A taxonomic perspective11