Diseases that are caused by fungi are called what?
A Fungus Among Us:
What exactly is a fungus? Mushrooms look a bit like plants since they don't move and grow from the ground. But fungi can't make their own food, so they're not plants. Fungi actually belong to their own kingdom of Eukaryotic cells.
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Diseases caused by fungi are simply called fungal diseases or fungal infections. The specific disease is generally named based on the fungus...
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Understand skin fungal infections and their types. Learn about the causes, diagnoses, symptoms, risk factors, and treatment of skin fungal infections.