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When you think of fungi, you probably don’t think “smart”—especially considering they don’t have brains! But these incredible organisms are indeed “smart.”
Bioluminescence helps many animals hunt, hide, or reproduce, and it remains a riddle for evolutionary scientists.
The life cycle of the Pilobolus fungus shows how our Creator can display beautiful design.
The forest is full of unseen wonders. Consider just one common type of fungus on the forest floor.
Fungi are intriguing organisms with a wealth of diversity in their morphology and ecology. Determining the fundamentals of their biology from a biblical perspective is a daunting but achievable task.PDF Download
As we seek to discover the intent of the Designer, we can enhance our stewardship of the land by using this symbiosis to re-establish polluted and disturbed landscapes and grow sustainable crops.PDF Download
Factors in petroleum production: high pressure and heat, millions of years, underground drilling, and . . . tree fungus?
This research does little to support molecules-to-man evolution as a theory of origins. Since this type of research is historical in nature, the conclusions made by the authors are their guesses given their naturalistic worldview.
They are fungi, but you wouldn’t know it. They are only a few millimetres high, but contained within these minute hunks of life is a universe of fascination.