Issue compiled and edited by Matthew C. Fisher, Neil A.R. Gow and Sarah J. Gurr
History bears the scars of outbreaks from fungal infections which have caused famine and ecosystem change. We are also witnessing an increasing rate of emergence of new fungal infections and associated outbreaks, putting the resilience of wild and managed ecosystems in jeopardy. This theme issue unites researchers sharing a common aim – to exploit advances in biology to understand the drivers causing the emergence of pathogenic fungi and to forge a research agenda to mitigate their impact.
This issue is based on a Royal Society Discussion Meeting held in March 2016.
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