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fungus

See definition of fungus on Dictionary.com
  • as inblight
  • as ingrowth
  • as inslime
  • as inyeast
  • as inyeast

synonyms for fungus

  • affliction
  • canker
  • decay
  • eyesore
  • infestation
  • mildew
  • pest
  • scourge
  • bane
  • contamination
  • corruption
  • curse
  • dump
  • evil
  • pestilence
  • pollution
  • rot
  • sight
  • withering
  • woe
  • blot on the landscape
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antonyms for fungus

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  • cleanliness
  • goodness
  • purification
  • blessing
  • boon
  • health
  • prosperity
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        How to use fungus in a sentence

        They say never to use honey, which contains spores that can cause fungus to grow on a hummingbird’s tongue.
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        The company infuses their mattress material with copper, which fights bacteria, viruses, fungi, and mold while also keeping you cooler as you sleep.
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        In itself, that wasn’t unprecedented, because horizontal transfers of genes are not uncommon in bacteria and even in animals, fungi and plants.
        PLANT CELLS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES CAN SWAP ORGANELLESVIVIANE CALLIERJANUARY 20, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
        Unlike other pathogens such as bacteria, fungi and parasites, viruses have none of the machinery needed to make more copies of themselves, so they cannot reproduce on their own.
        THE COVID-19 VIRUS IS MUTATING. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR VACCINES?ALICE PARKJANUARY 7, 2021TIME
        Often, it’s from people surprised to find themselves seeking help from a mysterious fungus at all.
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        The very thing that made lignin strong defeated the bacteria and fungi back then.
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        The disinfecting method has been shown to work against other RNA viruses, DNA viruses, bacteria, mold and fungi, the company says.
        AIR PURIFIER COMPANY SEEKS EMERGENCY FDA APPROVAL FOR DEVICE THAT RIDS INDOOR AIR OF VIRUSDALVIN BROWNDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
        They have to rely on other plants or fungi to transform nitrogen for them.
        HOW TO GROW YOUR OWN SCIENCE EXPERIMENTBETHANY BROOKSHIREDECEMBER 9, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
        John Legend and Natalie Portman want you to try wearing fungus instead of leather
        CAN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE GIVE ELEPHANTS A WINNING EDGE?WALTER THOMPSONNOVEMBER 20, 2020TECHCRUNCH
        From helping trees communicate to producing cancer-fighting metabolites, scientists have only begun to uncover the fantastic features of fungi.
        THESE PHOTOS REMIND US WHY CONSERVATION MATTERS - ISSUE 92: FRONTIERSKEVIN BERGERNOVEMBER 11, 2020NAUTILUS
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        WORDS RELATED TO FUNGUS

        • affliction
        • bane
        • blot on the landscape
        • canker
        • contamination
        • corruption
        • curse
        • decay
        • dump
        • evil
        • eyesore
        • fungus
        • infestation
        • mildew
        • pest
        • pestilence
        • pollution
        • rot
        • scourge
        • sight
        • withering
        • woe
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