Kingdom of eukaryotes that includes mushrooms, yeasts, molds and related organisms
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Practitioner, Founder, and Owner of Metabolic Solutions LLC, Brendan Dean Vermeire. Brendan has always been an extremely motivated individual and grew up active in martial arts and wrestling among dabbling in other activities.At a young age, he realized the importance of fitness and nutrition. Brendan felt empowered by the idea that he had control over his health and physique. Brendan enlisted in the United States Navy for the prestigious SEAL program. Unfortunately, his SEAL aspirations were cut short due to an inguinal hernia that led to a medical discharge. This episode originally aired on Friday June 4th 2021. Brendan transitioned into competitive bodybuilding and started personal training and nutrition coaching at the age of 19. When he started in the industry, he had the pleasure of working with experienced professionals with a vast array of backgrounds and education. Brendan was fortunate enough to gain exposure to many modalities and areas of science.Being an extremely motivated individual, that exposure has set him on a path to learning as much as he can to optimize human health, happiness, and performance. There is nothing more rewarding to me than being able to help individuals attain a level of wellness they never thought possible. In this episode, Brendan Vermeire talks all about mold and mold illness diagnosis. First, he dives into the importance of fungus for our planet and its role in our ecosystem. Then, Brendan explains how to know if you are living with mold in your home and what you can do when you discover mold in your environment. Later, Brendan reveals his personal story with mold illness. Finally, the conversation turns to EMF radiation and how you can protect yourself. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. BiOptimizers Kapex Special Offer: www.kenergize.com/ketokamp Use the code ketokamp10 for 10% off Text me +1 (786) 364-5002 [02:30] Mold In The Home: How Big A Health Problem Is It? Fungus has been on planet Earth a lot longer than humans have. How much fungal overgrowth do you have in your body? It can be a spectrum. Whereas mainstream doctors want you to believe that it's all or nothing. Here are some other questions you need to consider when thinking about mold illness: How many mycotoxins might be trapped in your tissues? How much mold exposure are you getting? How resilient is your body against mold? How robust are your detox systems and immune system? [11:50] How To Know If You Are Living With Mold Fungi feeds on carbohydrates and rotting material. Something you should consider is the role of fungi in the natural world. Fungi will break down dead carbon-based material to recycle nutrients back to the soil. Overall, it plays a very important role in our ecosystem. In fact, fungi seem to be a normal part of our gut microbiome. It trains our immune system and matures our immune system. Most people will find mold in their living environment. The US Environmental Protection Authority developed ERMI to provide a straightforward way to assess mold and indoor air quality investigations. Learn more about ERMI here: https://www.envirobiomics.com/product/ermi/ We have to think about the degree of mold exposure in the environment, the frequency, and the mold load. [20:25] What To Do If You Know You Have Mold In Your Home There's a very fine line between creating a problem where there isn't one versus identifying a healing opportunity where there is one. We are all exposed to a lot of bad things every single day. So, we can't make it sound like if you're at all exposed, you're going to be ill. The biggest thing you need to think about is if you have symptoms. However, if you're living in a compromised environment, it's probably just a matter of time before you do start developing symptoms. The first option is to remediate and reduce the fungal load to improve the home's air quality. Otherwise, it would be best if you moved out of your home. Check out @moldfinders on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moldfinders [23:40] How Mold Played A Role In Brendan's Life Nobody cares about mold until they get really sick from it. One day, Brendan's fiancé at the time woke up with an unrelenting cramp. Eventually, she became emaciated. Brendan had fatigue, and it compounded his depressive tendencies. Unfortunately, Brendan's fiancé was the canary in the coal mine. Sadly, they ended up separating because it became such a toxic and volatile situation. Four years later, Brendan got the news that she had taken her own life. [34:30] EMFs Are Damaging The Body Humans are so disconnected from our innate intuition. The radiation that's being emitted from our electronic devices cannot be good for us. We need a lot more studies when it comes to EMFs and damaging our bodies. EMFs are already categorized as a probable carcinogen. We as a species, as a collective, are lacking tolerance to both mold and this radiation. [37:30] Reducing The Damage EMFs Can Have On Your Body The most important thing you can do is reduce the exposure. Turn off your wi-fi router at night. Put your phone on airplane mode. There's not a ton that you can do to reduce the exposure because it is everywhere. Instead, think about what you can control. [43:55] What Brendan Is Most Looking Forward To This Year Brendan is grateful to niche down in the mold world. Brendan is focusing on mental health and a functional medicine approach to mental health. Plus, Brendan is excited to start writing his book, and he is speaking at IMMH. Learn more about IMMH 2021 here: https://www.immh2021.com/. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out Metabolic Solutions: https://www.metabolicsolutionsllc.com/ Listen to Holistic Savage Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/holistic-savage-podcast/id1472864305 Follow Brendan Vermeire LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendan-vermeire-23754693/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_holistic_savage/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MetabolicSolutionsInstitute/ Listen to Brendan Vermeire | Weight Loss Resistance, Leaky Gut Epidemic, Women & Weight Loss: KKP 69: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/brendan-vermeire-weight-loss-resistance-leaky-gut-epidemic/id1470779784?i=1000459088936 Listen to S3-EP5: The Apex of Books - Keto Flex w/ Special Guest @thebenazadi: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/s3-ep5-apex-books-keto-flex-w-special-guest-thebenazadi/id1472864305?i=1000523269035 Check out @moldfinders on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moldfinders Learn more about ERMI: https://www.envirobiomics.com/product/ermi/ Join theKeto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a WatchKeto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. BiOptimizers Kapex Special Offer: www.kenergize.com/ketokamp Use the code ketokamp10 for 10% off Text me +1 (786) 364-5002 Resources from this episode: Check out Metabolic Solutions: https://www.metabolicsolutionsllc.com/ Listen to Holistic Savage Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/holistic-savage-podcast/id1472864305 Follow Brendan Vermeire Listen to Brendan Vermeire | Weight Loss Resistance, Leaky Gut Epidemic, Women & Weight Loss: KKP 69: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/brendan-vermeire-weight-loss-resistance-leaky-gut-epidemic/id1470779784?i=1000459088936 Listen to S3-EP5: The Apex of Books - Keto Flex w/ Special Guest @thebenazadi: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/s3-ep5-apex-books-keto-flex-w-special-guest-thebenazadi/id1472864305?i=1000523269035 Check out @moldfinders on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moldfinders Learn more about ERMI: https://www.envirobiomics.com/product/ermi/ Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸clubhouse | @thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. 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Toby Kiers, Executive Director & Chief Scientist at SPUN (Society for the Protection of Underground Networks) shares about their research into the mycorrhiza network, mapping biodiversity, DNA sequences of mycorrhizal fungi and a lot more about the wonderful world under our feet.She is the Jane Goodall of fungi (according to the words of previous guest Rose Marcario, former CEO of Patagonia).---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/toby-kiers.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Support the showFeedback, ideas, suggestions? - Twitter @KoenvanSeijen - Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.comJoin our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P! Support the showThanks for listening and sharing!
Today on Mushroom Hour we have the opportunity to speak with Maurizio Montalti. Maurizio Montalti is a designer, researcher, educator and entrepreneur. Working at the junction of design and biotech, he is one of the early pioneers committed to the study and development of wide-ranging mycelium-based technologies and products. Maurizio is Chief Mycelium Officer, Chairman, and co-Founder of SQIM, the (bio)technology company developing innovative processes and products by unravelling the potential of mycelium as key biofabrication agent and technology, for application and use across different industries, as fundamentally rooted in the valorisation of residual materials' streams by means of microbial fermentation. As (bio-)technological holding, today SQIM serves its two verticals/brands: MOGU (biomaterials/products dedicated to interior design and architecture) and EPHEA (biomaterials/products dedicated to fashion, automotive, etc.). Maurizio's work has been honoured with multiple awards, widely featured in the global media, and exhibited worldwide in prestigious musea, galleries, and institutions, including Museum of Modern Art (New York), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Design Museum (London), Triennale (Milano), MAXXI (Rome), and MAK- Museum of Applied Arts (Vienna), among others. TOPICS COVERED: Into the Spiraling Vortex of Mycelium From Degradation of Waste to Regenerative Materials Mogu Acoustic Collection Selecting Fungal Species & Strains as Materials Standardizing Unpredictable Myco-Materials Can Organisms Retain Agency when Enlisted to Human Scientific and Economic Endeavour? Wild Genetic Variation within Fungal Species Fungal Strains SQIM Collaborates With Becoming Fluent in the Language of Fungi Living Buildings & Autonomous Biowelding “Ephea” Leather and Fabric Product Lines Scaling SQIM & Modular Mycelium Production Circular Production Processes, Seeing Waste as a Resource Fungi in Space EPISODE RESOURCES: Mogu Website: https://mogu.bio/ Mogu IG: https://www.instagram.com/mogumycelium/ Fungal Architecture Project: https://www.fungar.eu/ Officina Corpuscoli: https://www.corpuscoli.com/ Schizophyllum commune (AKA Split Gill Mushroom): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schizophyllum_commune "Braiding Sweetgrass": https://milkweed.org/book/braiding-sweetgrass "Designs for the Pluroverse": https://www.dukeupress.edu/designs-for-the-pluriverse "Mushroom at the End of the World": https://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691220550/the-mushroom-at-the-end-of-the-world
- Không ngại đổi mới, đột phá trên hành trình lập thân, lập nghiệp, từ một kỹ sư điện tử ở Cần Thơ đã khởi nghiệp thành công với mô hình nuôi cấy đông trùng hạ thảo ở tuổi 34. Đó là anh Ngô Xuân Ðiền ở đường Huỳnh Phan Hộ, phường Trà An, quận Bình Thủy, là 1 trong 32 gương thanh niên tiêu biểu đạt Giải thưởng Lương Ðịnh Của lần thứ XVII năm 2022 do Trung ương Ðoàn TNCS Hồ Chí Minh trao tặng. Năm 2015, anh đang là cán bộ công tác tại Ủy ban Kiểm tra Đảng, Đảng ủy phường Trà An, quận Bình Thủy, nhưng trong lòng luôn cháy bỏng ước mơ phát triển kinh tế nông nghiệp. Tuy vậy, do đặc thù phường Trà An là một trong những đơn vị thuộc trung tâm thành phố Cần Thơ, hạn chế về diện tích đất nông nghiệp. Do đó, để có thể khởi nghiệp trong lĩnh vực này, đòi hỏi anh Điền phải đi theo hướng nông nghiệp công nghệ cao thay vì truyền thống cần nhiều đất. Với sự nỗ lực không ngừng tìm tòi, nghiên cứu, sáng tạo, anh dần gây dựng Công ty Cổ Phần Dược Thảo Fungi và sáng lập thương hiệu Nấm đông trùng hạ thảo Fungi, đạt tiêu chuẩn OCOP 4 sao cấp quận, góp phần phát triển kinh tế, tạo công ăn việc làm cho nhiều người lao động địa phương. Chủ đề : Công ty Cổ Phần Dược Thảo Fungi --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1nc/support
While scientists are arguing over whether trees are talking to each other or not, one study has found that mushrooms are talking to each other in patterns similar to human speech! This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we explore this notion of the wood wide web, why science will always need magic, and did Noel and Jacob once again end the fight between scientists?
Oh, the magical world of mushrooms and Dr. Mike Amaranthus helps us break it all down. I've interviewed him before (Episode 64), but in this interview, we really take a deeper dive into the importance of mushrooms, the medicinal ones and the psychedelic ones. Dr. Amaranthus wrote a new book, "Fry, Thrive, or Die," and it's a pocket guide on the 50 most common delicious, hallucinogenic, medicinal, and poisonous mushrooms of the western United States. He says he had a lot of fun writing the book, which is loaded with pictures (we edited some pictures in the interview as well), and he's hoping it sparks some excitement to get out in nature and find some fungi.
Show Notes In the latest Sake Deep Dive, Andy and Jim take on Japan's national mold, Aspergillus oryzae–the lowly koji-kin. This is less a historical exploration and more a real look at the nitty gritty on this itty bitty ruler of the sake world. CORRECTION: During the episode, Jim mistakenly called Shirokoji Aspergillus luchuensis. That is incorrect. It is Aspergillis kawachii. Aspergillus luchuensis is another name for Aspergillus awamori. Vocabulary from this episode Kikoji - Yellow koji, Aspergillus oryzae. The standard sake strain of koji kin. Koji kin - the actual way to refer to the mold spores that are added to rice to make rice koji. Kurokoji - Black koji, Aspergillus awamori/Aspergillus luchuensis. The standard strain of koji kin for making the Okinawan rice spirit of awamori. Shirokoji - White koji. Aspergillus kawachii. The standard strain of koji kin for making Japan's spirit of shochu. Oddly, a mutated form of Aspergillus awamori. Toko - Literally “floor/bed.” The table where major hand-made koji production happens. Hako - Literally “box.” A box where moderately sized batches of hand-made koji are propagated for temperature control. Futa - Literally “lid.” Smaller boxes for precise, granular temperature control in hand-made koji production. Recommended Sake Andy - 無窮天穏 Mukkyu Tenon Jim - Gokyo Five Yellow Our theme music is from Lotus Lane by The Loyalist - Preconceived Notions Available at https://soundcloud.com/preconceived-notions Under a Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/lotus-lane Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/1YVHRMVwwHg
We firmly believe that this time of year should be all about slowing down, enjoying quality time with friends and family, and of course enjoying some time outdoors (weather permitting). So, as the holiday season approaches, we're back with another roundup of biophilic books to curl up with on those cold, cozy nights or give as gifts to the nature lovers in your life. Themes include brain health, climate change, fungi, and even the intersection of botany and booze. Show NotesThe Awakened Brain: The New Science of Spirituality and Our Quest for an Inspired Life by Lisa Miller, PhDThe Carbon Almanac: It's Not Too Late, edited by The Carbon Almanac Network and Seth GodinThe Body Keeps The Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel Van Der KolkEntangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds, & Shape Our Futures by Merlin SheldrakeThe Comfort Crisis: Embrace Discomfort to Reclaim Your Wild, Happy, Healthy Self by Michael EasterBewilderment by Richard PowersThe Drunken Botanist: The Plants That Create The World's Great Drinks by Amy StewartKey Words: nature, holiday, reading list, nature books, biophilia, biophilic, biophilic design, climate change, climate, climate crisis, mindfulness, wellness, carbon footprint, carbon, fungi, mushrooms, bewilderment, richard powers, the overstory, botany, cocktails, holiday cocktails
On episode #16 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the previous two weeks, 11/9/22 – 11/23/22. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Recommendations of the advisory committee on immunization practices for measles, mumps, rubella (CDC) Bacteremia with anaerobic bacteria and association with colorectal cancer (CID) Factors impacting the yield of image-guided biopsy in native vertebral osteomyelitis (OFID) Development of a clinical prediction score to inform tuberculosis treatment among children with HIV (OFID) First detection and molecular identification of Rickettsia massiliae, a human pathogen (PLOS) Short-course vs long-course antibiotic therapy for children with nonsevere community-acquired pneumonia (JAMA) The timing of preoperative urinary tract infection influences the risk of prosthetic joint infection following primary total hip and knee arthroplasty (JOA) Recurrent candidemia: trends and risk factors among persons residing in 4 US States (OFID) Spread of Sporothrix spp through respiratory droplets from infected cats (Medical Mycology) Comparison of mold active triazoles as primary antifungal prophylaxis in patients with newly diagnosed acute myeloid leukemia (CID) Geographic distribution of dimorphic mycoses in the United States (CID) Knowledge, experiences, and practices of women affected by female genital schistosomiasis in rural Madagascar (PLOS NTDs) Dynamic immune profile in French Toxoplasmosis patients White-Tailed deer are susceptible to the agent of classical sheep scrapie after experimental oronasal exposure (JID) The Lanzhou Brucella Leak: The largest laboratory accident in the history of Infectious Diseases (CID) Music is by Ronald Jenkees
The Fungi's do a bit a good on their trek to the capitol and a hidden evil is revealed. Support us on our Patreon to get access to the next episode early plus a ton of other goodies! :)www.patreon.com/barelydndJaci Butler: YouTube, Instagram, TikTok Twitter: @barelydnd Instagram: @barelydndFacebook: @barelydndTikTok: @barelydnd DM is Zachary PattonCraig is Mika WilliamsGretta is Abby LesageBazz is Landon WilliamsRow is Jaci ButlerMusic Credits:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dWU5Kwgsnppx6x3_C05l2GWmbr-14S_-iHOGplIGmnk/e
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World, host Morag Gamble speaks with Buttons Testa - the creator of The Mushroomery - a micro mushroom farm she set up in her Brunswick backyard in Naarm (Melbourne) in a 10m2 growing space.The little farm supplies two restaurants and a farm gate from time to time with tasty oyster mushrooms. She is influenced by the ethics and principles of permaculture. She is working on closing multiple loops of waste within her farm. Being a massive foodie she is keen on making farming more visible in the city to create better understanding around food within the urban bubble.Buttons is also inspired to spread the knowledge of how mushrooms grow and what wonderful benefits they can have for yours and the environments health. Fungi is on the precipice of solving many earthly problems from waste to health.Buttons also loves to show how much food can be grown on small marginal plots of land in the inner city. She believes that we will need to localise our food systems in order to transition to a low-energy sustainable future. This is part 4 of our 5 part Urban Agriculture podcast series celebrating Urban Agriculture Month (Nov 2022)Urban Agriculture MonthThis special Urban Agriculture series on Sense-Making in a Changing World is brought to you by the Permaculture Education Institute in collaboration with Sustain Australia - celebrating growing food in cities and towns for Urban Agriculture Month.Podcast Host: Morag GambleUrban Agriculture Month Ambassador, Morag Gamble, founder of Permaculture Education Institute & teacher of permaculture teachers, is a passionate advocate for urban permaculture and has been deeply involved in creating, supporting and networking projects and programs for 30 years on 5 continents. She is cofounder of Northey Street City Farm in Brisbane and the Australian Community Gardens Network. Her blog and youtube channel include loads of urban permaculture content and this podcast features many urban agriculture pioneers.This podcast is supported by Permaculture Education Institute - teaching permaculture teachers globally. We host courses, and free film club and masterclass events. Watch Sense-Making in a Changing World on youtube We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live work and play and pay or respects to elders past and present.
Deadly fungus! This can kill a patient fast. Can you recognize the imaging features in time? In this week's podcast, Dr. Ross Frederick summarizes a very important paper on Invasive Fungal Sinusitis- don't miss this one! Deadly Fungi: Invasive Fungal Rhinosinusitis in the Head and Neck. Kurokawa and Kurokawa et al. RadioGraphics 2022; 42:2075–2094.
There are fads, trends, must-trys that fly around the internet...does CHARCOAL ring a bell? (Ugh) Now most trends do not 'up level' your true health, but one such popular food and supplement choice these days does seem to hold the keys to many great benefits to both our mental and physical well bing...MUSHROOMS. Yes, we have spoken of these such culinary wonders before but, as promised...Lianne has found just the purveyor of mushrooms that passes the real test of a company NOT looking to cash in but to truly develop products the right way, for the right reasons. On this episode of Eat This with Lianne we're joined by founder of Real Mushrooms, Skye Chilton to help us to further understand the true magic behind these fantastic FUNGI. Join Us!
Fungi have an amazing ability to spread across continents but stay linked as a family lineage. Fungi can adapt to specific geographic niches in the same way as grapes. Different families of highly specialized mushrooms grow side by side across continents. How can fungi protect the plants it's attached to? Fungi often get a bad rap in farming, but they can be used to detoxify soils. Removing mercury and boosting crops; is there anything fungi can't do? Keaton Tremble, J. I. Hoffman, Bryn T. M. Dentinger. Contrasting continental patterns of adaptive population divergence in the holarctic ectomycorrhizal fungus Boletus edulis. New Phytologist, 2022; DOI: 10.1111/nph.18521 Congcong Wu, Dan Tang, Jin Dai, Xingyuan Tang, Yuting Bao, Jiali Ning, Qing Zhen, Hui Song, Raymond J. St. Leger, Weiguo Fang. Bioremediation of mercury-polluted soil and water by the plant symbiotic fungus Metarhizium robertsii. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2022; 119 (47) DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2214513119
In Ep. 91, Better Meat Co. CEO Paul Shapiro – whose company develops mycoprotein ingredients for food companies – describes the formation of a new association that focuses on the technology and companies that are using fungi to help create alternative protein products. He notes that there are common interests among developers, investors and other stakeholders in utilizing a variety of fungus-based proteins to create alternatives to meat from animals. These interests include production efficiencies, labeling issues and meeting scale and marketing challenges that impact the growing number of technologists developing meat protein alternatives. He also likens the new Fungi Protein Association to other trade groups that represent beef, pork and chicken processors.
Episode 021 - This week we talk about some of the sentiments going around the community, the Fabulous Fungi Frenzy event, as well as the community question from last week's episode! Come listen to our thoughts, then comment your own! ***EVENT STORY SPOILERS AHEAD! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Don't forget to listen until the end for the new community question! Genshin Guys Twitter - @GenshinGuysPod JSide Twitch - http://twitch.tv/jside JSide Twitter - @jsidegaming Kahi Twitter - @Kahiyao Kahi Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/Kahiyao
Today we are joined by the magnanimous and adventurous Jules Amanita. Jules is a self-taught amateur mycologist with a passion for demystifying fungi and combatting mycophobia. They are a 26-year-old avid mushroom photographer, artist, and chef who identifies as queer/nonbinary. Living at Twin Oaks Community, an egalitarian commune in central Virginia they live an outdoorsy, DIY lifestyle that is highly aligned with values of social justice and sustainability. Jules creates pictorial, text-based, animated, video, musical, and interactive content aimed at educating the public about mushrooms. Common themes include identification, field guide literacy, conservation, cultural history, accessible science, cooking, and general appreciation of fungi. They also lead virtual and in-person workshops on mushroom identification, as well as teaching a weekly Forest School to a group of children between the ages of 2 and 10. I'm excited to learn more from someone who unabashedly celebrates fungi in their myriad forms! TOPICS COVERED: Shaggy Manes, Indigo Milkcaps Autodidactic Mycology Journey Foraging Resources Finding & Cultivating Foraging Community Online Foraging CultureFungi as Non-Binary, Mycology as a Queer Discipline Redefining Human Narratives Twin Oaks Egalitarian Community Realities of Starting and Running a Commune Chores, Income & Relationship Dynamics in Communes How Communes Interact with Broader Social Ecologies100+ Species of Mushrooms Eaten?! Life Narrative Entwined in Mycology EMDR & Foraging as Trauma Therapy EPISODE RESOURCES: Jules Amanita Website: https://www.mushroomqueer.com/ Jules' IG: https://www.instagram.com/jules.amanita/ Jules' Tiktok: https://email@example.com?lang=en Mushroom Expert: https://mushroomexpert.com/ The Bolete Filter: https://boletes.wpamushroomclub.org/ Federation of Egalitarian Communities: https://www.thefec.org/ Twin Oaks Intentional Community: https://www.twinoaks.org/ Lactifluus Genus: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lactifluus Lactifluus volemus: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lactifluus_volemus Lactifluus hygrophoroides: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lactifluus_hygrophoroides Lactifluus corrugis: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lactifluus_corrugis Leotia lubrica (Jelly baby): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leotia_lubrica Exsudoporus frostii (Frost's bolete): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exsudoporus_frostii
Are you ready to love fungi? It's just a matter of time after listening to our amazing guest, Willis Mitchell! Willis brings his 14 years of experience within the holistic wellness spectrum to the show today to discuss all things fungi. If you've ever wondered the best way to eat mushrooms, what the difference is between ALL the varieties, or what's up with psilocybin, you won't want to miss today's episode. Willis is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to teaching us how we can start to integrate the healing properties within fungi into our daily lives. Plus, he's sharing all the details on his business, The Loving Fungi: how it started (5 months alone in the wilderness??), how it's going, and where you can find his adaptogenic products. Come nerd out with us in this fun fungi discussion! In This Episode: Willis' background (2:38) When mushrooms became medicine for Willis (4:09) Fungi as Herpes treatment (4:43) What is a functional mushroom? (11:45) The cancer-fighting properties of Turkey Tail & Oyster mushrooms (13:00) Performance enhancing v. immune system building (15:49) Wild foraging v. cultivation farms v. home grown (20:25) Loving Fungi history and product offering (28:51) What we've tried and liked from Loving Fungi (31:00) What is Psilocybin? (37:07) Psilocybin microdosing v. macrodosing (38:36) How to find your own practitioner to work with (45:27) Future of fungi in the U.S. (48:00) Resources Mentioned: Willis' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelovingfungi/?hl=en Willis' Website: http://thelovingfungi.com Fantastic Fungi book: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Fantastic-Fungi/Louie-Schwartzberg/Fantastic-Fungi/9781683837046 Michael Pollan's Netflix series: https://www.netflix.com/title/80229847 Michael Pollan's Book, How to Change Your Mind https://michaelpollan.com/books/how-to-change-your-mind/ Shop the Wellness Optimizing Journal Toréa's Website Follow Toréa on Instagram Evie's Website Follow Evie on Instagram Join the Optimized Wellness Community If you have a question for the show, you can submit your question here
An awesome interview with a legend from the cannabis community Jeff Lowenfels. We talk about his series of books, Teaming with Microbes, Teaming with Fungi and Teaming with Bacteria. We also talk about his autoflower book, his travels around the world, and his troubles getting through airports with his vaporiser. It is a super cool interview and it was a huge pleasure to finally get Jeff onto the show! I hope we can make it happen again sometime in the near future. Thank you as always for downloading the show, I hope you enjoy this interview. If you are interested in buying any of Jeffs books, you can find them on his website or all major bookstores! Just google "Jeff Lowenfels" and you will find them.
The Secret House Fungi in the Built Environment Presented by Keith Seifert Department of Biology, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6 We often overlook the built environment as a biological system, partly because we design our shelters to protect us from the climate and competing organisms. Houses and other buildings contain several sub-environments, which vary from location to location. The outer walls and roof, the wooden or metal skeletons that support the structures, the interior surfaces and flooring each have their own distinct mycota. Material introduced into the house, like furniture, bedding, houseplants, food, compost, and human, pet and rodent inhabitants also carry fungi that might become resident. Most parts of the house are like a desert and play host to xerophiles, fungi that do not require much moisture. Symbioses occur between some xerophilic moulds and dust mites (and possibly some insects). The abundant moisture and higher humidity of kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms are like tropical rain forests. Although many of the species are benign, understanding the biology of the fungi in a building is critical. The health of occupants can be affected by fungal spores, β-glucan containing hyphal fragments, or volatile organic compounds that cause allergies or asthma, especially in children. Fungal populations may change dramatically if plumbing systems leak, and spores can be distributed widely by air handling systems. This can have serious consequences in public or multiple dwelling buildings. Studies of indoor microbiomes are relevant to the larger topics of island biogeography and urban biology. In addition, events that concern us on a planetary scale, such as the phenomenon of invasive species, sometimes also occur in the built environment. However, its direct relevance to human health suggests the ecology of buildings deserves much more study. Keith Seifert is the author of the recent book The Hidden Kingdom of Fungi, which takes readers on a fantastic voyage through the world of microscopic fungi. He spent his career as a Research Scientist for Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada in Ottawa as a mycologist specializing in the identification and classification of microscopic fungi that produce toxins in crops and foods. His academic publications include more than 250 scientific papers and six books. From 2014-2018, he was the President of the International Mycological Association, was the chair of the International Commission on the Taxonomy of Fungi, and was an executive editor of the scientific journal Mycologia. He retired in 2019 and is now an adjunct professor at Carleton University in Ottawa. As a writer and speaker, Keith combines humour and philosophy to explore the interactions between science, the humanities, history and society. The stories in his book show the positive and negative effects of fungi on our forests, farms, food and drink, homes, bodies and human economic activities. If you have any questions, please direct them to Illinois Mycological Association firstname.lastname@example.org. IllinoisMyco.org Recorded via Zoom on November 14, 2022
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1791 On this day, Australia's first thriving grapevine was planted. The First Fleet's Captain Arthur Phillip brought grape cuttings from South America and South Africa and produced a small vineyard at Farm Cove. Today, Farm Cove is the location of the Sydney Botanical Gardens. When the plants did not bear, they were transplanted to Parramatta. Arthur Philip served as the first Governor of New South Wales when his Crimson Grapes flourished in the warm Australian fertile soil. Today Crimson Grapes can also be found in Victoria and southeastern Queensland. Australian Crimson Grapes enjoy a long harvest period from November to May. 1869 Birth of Charlotte Mary Mew, English poet. In her poem, In Nunhead Cemetary, she wrote, There is something horrible about a flower; This, broken in my hand, is one of those He threw it in just now; it will not live another hour; There are thousands more; you do not miss a rose. And in The Sunlit House, she wrote, The parched garden flowers Their scarlet petals from the beds unswept Like children unloved and ill-kept But I, the stranger, knew that I must stay. Pace up the weed-grown paths and down Till one afternoon ... From an upper window a bird flew out And I went my way. 1887 Birth of Georgia O'Keeffe, American modernist artist. During her incredible career as a painter, Georgia created over 900 works of art. She is remembered for her iconic paintings of skulls and flowers. In 1938 Georgia's career stalled. Yet she was approached by an advertising agency about creating two paintings for the Hawaiian Pineapple Company (now Dole Food Company) to use in their advertising. Georgia was 51 years old when she took the nine weeks, all-expense-paid trip. Georgia never did paint a pineapple. And gardeners will enjoy this obscure fact: Of all the floral paintings that O'Keeffe created in Hawaii, exactly NONE were native to the island. Instead, Georgia loved the exotic tropicals imported from South America: Bougainvillea, Plumeria, Heliconia, Calliandra, and the White Bird of Paradise. It was Georgia 0'Keeffe who said all of these quotes about flowers - a subject for which she held strong opinions. Nobody sees a flower - really - it is so small it takes time ...like to have a friend takes time. I hate flowers. I paint them because they're cheaper than models and they don't move! If you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for a moment. I decided that if I could paint that flower on a huge scale, you could not ignore its beauty. 1930 Birth of James Graham Ballard (pen name J.G. Ballard), English novelist. James was part of the New Wave of science fiction in the 1960s. Yet, he is most remembered for his 1984 war novel, Empire of the Sun. In The Unlimited Dream Company, James wrote, "Miriam - I'll give you any flowers you want!' Rhapsodising over the thousand scents of her body, I exclaimed: "I'Il grow orchids from your hands, roses from your breasts. You can have magnolias in your hair... In your womb I'll set a fly-trap!" And in The Garden of Time, James wrote, "Axel," his wife asked with sudden seriousness. "Before the garden dies ... may I pick the last flower?" Understanding her request, he nodded slowly. James once wrote, I believe in madness, in the truth of the inexplicable, in the common sense of stones, in the lunacy of flowers. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation Entangled Life by Merlin Sheldrake This book came out in 2021, and the subtitle is How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds & Shape Our Futures. This book has won all kinds of recognition: The Wainwright Prize, the Royal Society Science Book Prize, and the Guild of Food Writers Award • Shortlisted for the British Book Award Longlisted for the Rathbones Folio Prize. The publisher writes, In Entangled Life, the brilliant young biologist Merlin Sheldrake shows us the world from a fungal point of view, providing an exhilarating change of perspective. Sheldrake's vivid exploration takes us from yeast to psychedelics, to the fungi that range for miles underground and are the largest organisms on the planet, to those that link plants together in complex networks known as the "Wood Wide Web," to those that infiltrate and manipulate insect bodies with devastating precision. Entangled Life is a fascinating read. Merlin's passion for fungi (fun-ghee) knows no bounds. Fungi are often referred to as a neglected kingdom of life. Compared to other kingdoms like plants and animals, we know very little about fungi, and only six percent has thus far been described. And Fungi are more closely related to animals than to plants. Today most plant life depends on relationships with mycorrhizal fungi or fungi that live in their roots. These fungi help plants acquire water and nutrients. They also protect the plants from disease. But its not just plants that need fungi. All Life on earth depends on fungi. Most fungi are mycelium - the branching fusing networks of tubular cells that feed and transport substances around themselves. Fungi have a unique way of organizing themselves. Mycelium cover the earth in a chaotic, sprawling way. Mycelium can be stretched out end to end up to ten kilometers from a single teaspoon of soil. This book is 368 pages of the mysterious and miraculous world of fungi. You can get a copy of Entangled Life by Merlin Sheldrake and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $9. Botanic Spark 1909 On this day, the orange blossom was designated as the official state flower of Florida. This gesture inspired the poet William Livingston Larned to write a poem called Florida's State Flower. The last little bit goes like this: Whenever you see the spotless bud, You know tis Florida the fair. And wafted to you comes the scent Of all the blissful regions there. The rose may have its followers, The violet its standard, too; The fleur-de-lis and lily fair In tints of red and pink and blue; But just a scent, On pleasure bent, Of orange sweet, The nostrils greet, And from our dreams, the castles rise, Of groves and meadows 'neath calm skies. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
Dr. Robert Silver, DVM of Real Mushrooms joins the pod to discuss how mushroom supplements can be used therapeutically in our canine species. Check out Turkey Tail, Reishi, Lion's Mane, and Cordyceps. CE credits can be earned here: https://ce.dvm360.com/courses/the-medicinal-magic-of-functional-mushrooms-yijn
Our guest today is Jeff Lowenfels. I wanted to get Jeff, our very first podcast guest and old friend, back on the show. Jeff is the author of the popular Teaming series, Teaming with Microbes, Teaming with Nutrients, Teaming with Fungi, and now his new book “Teaming with Bacteria," which he joins us today to discuss. He also has a book called DIY Autoflowering Cannabis which we discussed in an earlier interview. In this episode, we discuss the importance of bacteria in relation to plant growth and the rhizophagy cycle.Jeff is an extremely respected and popular national garden writer. He is the former president of the Garden Writers of America,Jeff has been a good friend now for over a decade and is a wonderful advocate for organic gardening, compost teas, and the microbes in our soil. Thanks for coming on the show Jeff! https://www.jefflowenfels.com/books-by-jeff-lownfels/https://www.amazon.com/DIY-Autoflowering-Cannabis-Easy-Homegrown/dp/0865719160
In this weeks news and gossip episode @mrplantgeek and @ellenmarygardening share news about a Royal gardening job on offer, psychedelic mushrooms for depression and much more. Michael chats through his week in Holland where he's discovered some new and exciting plants coming to market and Ellen finds some unexpected Fungi on a nature walk. Sponsor of series 9 is @lavaliteuk - a range of products that offer the horticultural world ecological solutions, including moisture management, frost protection, pest control and soil conditioning. Find them at: www.lava-lite.co.uk The Plant Based Podcast: www.theplantbasedpodcast.net Instagram Twitter Facebook
Welcome to Hour 1 of this week's installment of the Garden Show! Dan is back after a brief bout with the 'vid (I'm not giving away his medical information. He says he had it on-air.). Rail City Garden Center has its annual Open House next weekend, so Pawl fills us in on what to expect. Believe it or not, even with how cold it's getting in Washoe Valley, we still have some remaining insect pests to deal with, including gnats and box elder bugs. We'll teach you how to get rid of them. We're taking your calls, as always, and we have more garlic questions from our listeners. Kyle and Austin from Tahoe Mushroom Company drop by to give us the Fungi 411. Finally, towards the close of the hour, Jack gives us his weekly call-in, where his Joke of the Week gets a little "heated".See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Danielle Ryan Broida is a key player in the worldwide mushroom movement. As a Registered Herbalist (RH) of the American Herbalists Guild (AHG), Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Instructor of Mycology, and National Educator of Four Sigmatic, Danielle is teaching the world about the importance of a life on functional mushrooms. Prior to joining forces with Four Sigmatic, she received her BA in Environmental Studies and Philosophy from Whitman College. She then studied Ayurveda in India and became a Certified Yoga Instructor on the banks of the Ganges River. She then worked with a Naturopathic Doctor in Indonesia where she became a Certified Raw Chef and Detox Coach. But it was leading trekking adventures into the backcountry of Thailand where she became particularly fascinated by herbal medicine (while also becoming fluent in Thai).After several years in Asia, she landed in Boulder, Colorado to formalize her education in holistic medicine. Upon completing her graduate studies at the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism (CSCH), she opened her private practice where she worked with hundreds of clients specializing in functional mushroom-based treatment for individuals with autoimmune conditions and chronic illnesses. She was invited to become the Instructor of Mycology at CSCH, where she still teaches. Danielle brings her passion and expertise in herbal medicine, clinical practice, teaching, formulation, and her deep love for fungi to everything she does.This episode will blow your nutritional mind and give you great tips to incorporate adaptogens and fungi to uplevel your life from a cellular level. We also cover different herbs, sleep, the underrated benefits of magnesium and water, and more. Find Danielle online at danielleryanwellness.com where you can learn more about holistic nutrition, clinical herbalism, and wellness coaching. Follow her on IG at @danielleryanbroida or at @foursigmatic, and check out her new book, Healing Adaptogens! As usual, follow and find us at:CurrentlyUnwell.com@currentlyunwell on IG
Join host Sing For Science host Matt Whyte in this fungi fantastic episode about psilocybin research! We learn about mushroom properties that can stave off dementia, decrease social ills and hear about Isaac's experience with UFOs.
Join host Sing For Science host Matt Whyte in this fungi fantastic episode about psilocybin research! We learn about mushroom properties that can stave off dementia, decrease social ills and hear about Isaac's experience with UFOs. -- Sing For Science is a science and music podcast that pairs famous musicians and renowned scientists in conversation. The concept for each episode is that we take a song by our guest artist and discuss how it connects to our guest scientist's area of expertise. Participating artists include Wilco, Sia, Run DMC, Blondie, Nick Kroll and dozens more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fungi are a foundational part of our environment as we know it, but what makes them so important? In this episode, we dive into the world of fungi to answer this question, and others like it with Ursula Peintner. Ursula is a Professor at the University of Innsbruck's Institute of Microbiology in Austria. She joins us today to discuss her analyses of fungi – addressing the diversity, function, and interactions of these complex organisms. Ursula has always been fascinated with biology, and as she dug deeper into this subject, fungi became a foundational part of her research. Presently, she is uncovering the intricate scientific aspects of fungi so that she can better understand their overall function in nature… Click play to discover more about: The importance of fungi to other plant life. The difference between mycelium and vascellum in fungi. How resource sharing occurs between fungi and other plants. Why seasons are so critical to the life cycle of fungi. To find out more about Ursula and her work, click here now! Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
Today on Mushroom Hour we have the privilege of being joined by Prof. Toby Kiers - Professor of Evolutionary Biology and University Research Chair at Vrije Fryy Universiteit Universitight Amsterdam. Her lab uses nanoprobes and high-resolution imaging to map the nutrient flows and architecture of plant-fungal networks. She is globally recognized for her scientific work in the evolution of symbiotic trade, and her public outreach activities, including a 2019 TED talk. Kiers won an Ammodo Award in 2019 for “unfettered science”, was awarded the E.O. Wilson Award for Natural History in 2021 and won an IMPACT award from the Dutch science foundation in 2021 for founding the non-profit SPUN - the Society for the Protection of Underground networks. TOPICS COVERED: Morel Memories & Research in Panama Refining Definitions of Symbiosis and Mutualism How Ecosystems are Shaped by Competitive and Symbiotic Dynamics Symbiosis and Mutualism without Altruism Competition within Mutualisms Biological Market Theory "Decisions" vs. Genetic Strategies Quantum Dot Technology & Visualizing Fungal Networks Mysteries of Bi-Directional Nutrient Transport & Molecular Motors Fungal & Plant Market Manipulations Can Understanding Fungal Market Economies Help Us Predict the Stock Market? How Do We Quantify Flows in Real World Forests? SPUN – The Society for the Protection of Underground Networks Shifting Conservation Priorities to the Unseen EPISODE RESOURCES: Toby Kiers Website: https://tobykiers.com/ SPUN Website: https://www.spun.earth/ Ronald Noë (Biological Market Theory): https://sites.google.com/site/ronaldnoe/RN-home?authuser=0 Rhizophagus aggregatus (fungus): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Taxonomy/Browser/wwwtax.cgi?id=241619
There are a million things to do with fungi, from boats to book covers to medicine for bees. Katy Ayers, a Washington State University student and avowed mycophile has done some pretty amazing things with mushrooms and fungi, including a world record canoe and homes for bees.In this episode, we talk with the bioengineering and biochemistry major about her many ideas, the fungal revolution, and that famous MyConoe.Read more about fungi saving the bees, helping plants, and modeling a way to make biofuel stock in “It's fungi to the rescue,” Winter 2022 issue of Washington State Magazine.Support the show
How do we synthesize a 1000-plus years of history into a 300–page book. The historian Orlando Figes, who has made the study of Russia his lifelong work, shows us how in his new book, The Story of Russia. Coming at a moment when Russia's history is being used as a pretext for the war in Ukraine, the timing could not be more pertinent. In part two of the show, the historian shares his passion for Gustav Flaubert's great novel, Madame Bovary. Figes has published ten books on Russian and European history, including the prizewinning study of the Russian Revolution, A People's Tragedy, and has been a historical consultant on films such as Anna Karenina, starring Keira Knightlye, and a BBC adaptation of War & Peace. Born in London in 1958, his mother was Eva Figes, a Jewish immigrant who fled Nazi Germany with her parents and would go on to become an acclaimed novelist herself, and perhaps a seminal influence on her son.
On episode #14 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the previous two weeks, 10/13/22 – 10/26/22. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Relative Effectiveness of cell-based versus egg-based quadrivalent Influenza vaccines in adults (OFID) Oral is the new iv. challenging decades of Blood and Bone Infection Dogma (American Journal of Medicine) The burden of bacterial antimicrobial resistance in the WHO European region in 2019 (The Lancet) What is the appropriate dose, route and duration of antibiotic therapy for pediatric acute hematogenous osteomyelitis? (JPIDS) How generalizable are Randomized Controlled Trials in Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia? (CID) Current treatments against mucormycosis and future directions (PLOS) The Effect of regularly dosed Acetaminophen vs no Acetaminophen on renal function in Plasmodium knowlesi Malaria (IDSA) The value of metagenomic next-generation sequencing in Leishmaniasis diagnosis (OFID) AmBisome monotherapy and combination AmBisome–Miltefosine therapy for the treatment of Visceral Leishmaniasis in patients coinfected With HIV (CID) Does Calcified Neurocysticercosis affect migraine characteristics and treatment responsiveness? (ASTMH) Association between personal ambient carbon dioxide level monitoring and incidence of Tuberculosis infection (CID) Change in the perception of oral antibiotics among medical students (OFID) Impact of antivenom administration on the evolution of cutaneous lesions in loxoscelism (PLOS) Music is by Ronald Jenkees
Today on Mushroom Hour we are graced by the presence of woodland spirit Fergus Drennan aka Fergus The Forager. Fergus has been gathering and learning about wild plants, seaweeds, and fungi for over 40 years. His journey begun on Wimbledon Common, aged 3 years, collecting dandelions for the family's pet tortoise. Since those early days, and through much creative and experimental exploration he has continued his foraging practice, not only as a means to understand and to discover the practical relevance that foraging has in the modern developed world, but also in terms of what it means to be an environmentally conscious human in relation to the natural world. “Can foraging ever be considered a truly sustainable practice, and if so how?”, is a question that always orchestrates his foraging activity. So too does a pursuit of foraging's playful and creative possibilities. Truth be told, Fergus just loves being outside, admiring nature as part of nature, living in touch with her reassuring seasonal cycles, awake to her sensuality, her surprises, opportunities, and endless gifts, in pursuit of the good life. TOPICS COVERED: Trips with Mom to Wimbledon Common Tortoise Teacher, I Spy Insects Play, Creativity and Foraging Brambles, Pine Pollen & Jelly Ears Foraging “Nose to Tail” Foraging as a Subversive Act Life Stacking Avoiding Neurosis & Being Saved by Others Reciprocal Dialogue with the Natural World Developing a Relationship with Local Open Space Complicity in Industrial Systems Amanita muscaria Workshops Amanita muscaria as Food & Medicine Foraged Books & Making Paper from Mushrooms EPISODE RESOURCES: Fergus the Forager Website: https://fergustheforager.co.uk/ Fergus IG: https://www.instagram.com/fergustheforager/ Pine pollen: https://nutrawiki.org/pine-pollen/ Auricularia auricula-judae (AKA Jelly Ear): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auricularia_auricula-judae Plantago major: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plantago_major Pascal Baudar: https://www.urbanoutdoorskills.com/ Fergus Henderson (author): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Whole_Beast Jason Hickel (author): https://www.jasonhickel.org/ Katy Bowman: https://www.nutritiousmovement.com/ Fomitopsis betulina (AKA Birch Polypore): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fomitopsis_betulina David Arora article on Amanita muscaria: https://williamrubel.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/rubel_arora_muscaria_economic_botany3.pdf” Merck Index: https://www.rsc.org/merck-index Phallus impudicus (AKA Stinkhorn): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phallus_impudicus
In this pod the boys start out by talking a little bit about the Salem witch trials, a little bit about some pro and college football. T goes into more about that riveting hunting trip in ND, and the boys get into a conversation about the benefits and drawbacks of being college educated.
Wes Butters and his Producer, Kerry present a few of the best podcasts on fungi. Dr. Gordon Walker talks about the role of social media in sharing high quality information about fungi, Dr. Merlin Sheldrake tells us about the importance of amateurs in the field of Mycology - and the Podcast Producer, Katharine Kerr reveals the things that she learned about "zombie-ants" whilst creating a podcast in association with The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Along the way, we'll hear clips from podcasts including... Cultures For Health The Mushroom Revival podcast Fascinated By Fungi StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson Unherd The Bioneers: Revolution From The Heart Of Nature The Mushroom Hour Unearthed: Mysteries From An Unseen World
In today's episode we are joined by Cyndi O'Meara to discuss the food industry and issues including flavours and new technology - Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) dehydration. We unpack topics including the issues with genetically modifying microbes, microwave energy and when well-meaning entrepreneurs are tricked by food manufacturers. We also share with you updates from Changing Habits, including why they have chosen hand-encapsulation for their wholefood products. Head to https://www.stephlowe.com/podcasts/404 for show notes, episode transcripts and more.
For this year's Halloween Special, the Queens were going to go on a ghost hunt, but we already did that and don't wanna get double haunted. So instead we're delving into the horrifying world of mushrooms and fungi. Don't get us wrong, they're awesome. But they can also rate pretty highly on the creep scale. Their interconnected mycelium network, how they spew spores around the place, and how fast they can pop up overnight - it's wild. But there are some particularly special mushrooms and fungi that we wanted to spotlight because they're next level scary (and cool, honestly). We won't give too much away, but if you're after some tales of 'bleeding' mushrooms, another that control ants, or perhaps one that look like a tentacle monster and smells like rotten flesh on purpose, you've come to the right place. Full show notes are available on the Queens of the Drone Age website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
About 90% of plants have partners that enrich their life – fungal partners, specifically, and nutritional enrichment that the plants use for growth, reproduction, and photosynthesis. How do these relationships form and develop, and what do they look like? Tune in to explore: How long fungal spores can survive in soil, waiting to germinate in the presence of the right plant How plants sense that a particular fungus will have a beneficial effect on them Whether fungi have microbiomes and associations with bacteria and viruses How fungi transfer nutrients from the soil to the plants they're associated with Katie Field is a professor in plant-fungi interactions at the University of Sheffield in the UK. She discusses all this and more in today's episode -- press play for the full conversation. Visit https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/biosciences/people/academic-staff/katie-j-field to learn more about Field's research. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
In this episode of From the Woods Today, we learn what a mushroom is for National Mushroom Day. We also have a presentation on what to do when a disaster strikes and a brief overview of the book, Water in Kentucky. 10.5.22. Watch Video From the Woods Today
Kids News This Week: Did you know mushrooms "chat" to each other? Or that dancing can be used to power a Scottish nightclub? Hear all about it, plus a new era in tennis as sporting greats go from the court and a San Francisco cafe dishes up a posh dog's dinner for the city's many pups -- all this week on the only world news podcast for curious kids and adults!
On episode #13 of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the previous two weeks, 9/29/22 – 10/12/22. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode Efficacy and safety of switching to Dolutegravir/Lamivudine versus continuing Tenofovir Alafenamide (CID) Antibiotic combinations reduce Staphylococcus aureus clearance (Nature) Cholera Vaccine: Recommendations of the advisory committee on immunization practices (CDC) Detection of Treponema pallidum DNA during early syphilis stages (CID) Association between toxoplasmosis and bipolar disorder (Journal of Psychiatry) The efficacy of soap against schistosome cercariae (PLOS NTD) Recurrent ESBL Escherichia coli urosepsis in a pediatric renal transplant patient (NIH) After action review of the response to an outbreak of Lassa fever in Sierra Leone (PLOS NTD) Music is by Ronald Jenkees
Today on Mushroom Hour we the privilege to get to know mushroom cultivation artist Kiat. Kiat is the founder of Bewilder, a Mycological Design Studio based in Singapore. As the one-man R&D team behind this project, Kiat knows his science! For him, growing mushrooms is an intense and carefully tuned process that also blends in a fair bit of artistry and intuition. Before founding Bewilder, Kiat worked on a local farm cultivating mushrooms out of waste substrates. These years of experience and experimentation formed him into the self-taught mushroom cultivator he is today. As he explores ever more mysteries of growing fungi, he continues to bow his head humbly to the ways of nature. TOPICS COVERED:Childhood Love of Nature Becomes a Mushroom Addiction Mycophobia and “Success Culture” in Singapore Showing What's Possible, Asking Questions Mushrooms as a Tool for Doing Good Founding Bewilder Design Studio Communities vs Competition in Myco-Entrepreneurship Myco-Composite Materials Government Control and Separation from Nature Seeking Out Native Strains for Food & Mycomaterials Mycelium Lampshades Being Humble, Recognizing Our Place in Nature Relinquishing Control, Reconnecting to Greater Consciousness Importance of Making Mistakes Bewilder Commercial Projects and Research Areas EPISODE RESOURCES: Bewilder SG Website: https://www.bewildersg.com/ Bewilder IG: https://www.instagram.com/bewildersg/ Terrestrial Fungi (Inspiration): https://www.instagram.com/bewildersg/ Ganoderma weberianum (fungus): https://www.mycobank.org/page/Name%20details%20page/name/Ganoderma%20weberianum Filoboletus manipularis (fungus): https://singapore.biodiversity.online/species/F-Basidomycota-000035 Mycena chlorophos (fungus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mycena_chlorophos
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On this classic ID the Future, Matti Leisola, the European bioengineer whose story is told in Heretic: One Scientist's Journey from Darwin to Design, speaks from Finland to a meeting in Dallas, Texas. He describes his intellectual journey, his successful research career, and some of the reasons he made the turn to belief in intelligent design. He also relates some of the irrational reactions he sometimes met with from colleagues, and how he navigated those tense situations. Source
Today on Mushroom Hour we are graced by the presence of mycologist and musician Andy Overall. Andy has had a fascinating journey from the Blue Zoo and pop stardom back through the hedges and woodlands when he became interested in mushrooms back in the early 1990's. He realized he needed something else, another interest other than his involvement with music. Growing up as a boy during the 60's in the English, market town countryside, of Braintree, Essex he nurtured an interest in nature…And then along came David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust and everything changed course for a while! Later in life his rekindled interest in fungi evolved into obsession as he began to see an infinite variety of fungal species appearing before him and he wanted to get to know them all. Since his obsession began, Andy has published magazines, countless articles and in 2017 his first book all about fungi - “FUNGI-Mushrooms & Toadstools of Parks, Gardens, Heaths and Woodlands”. He is the fungi recorder for the London Natural History Society and a Group Leader in the London Fungus Group. I'm excited to learn about the mycological journey of a culture creator, artist and naturalist and his explorations into what he so poetically dubs, “the jewels in nature's crown” TOPICS COVERED: From Wilderness to Ziggy Stardust Birth of Blue Zoo Shifting from Pop Stardom to Mycology Evolution of the Amateur Mycology Community Professional Surveying for Fungi Insights from Biodiversity Databases Making Better Decisions About Forest Management Role of DNA in Fungal Surveys Heathrow Airport Cortinarius Contributions of Amateur Naturalists Tips to Making Better Observations Process of Mushroom Spotting & Identification Ethnomycology Travels in Oaxaca, Czech Republic, Australia Published and Unpublished Works of Gaston Guzman EPISODE RESOURCES: Andy Overall Website: http://www.fungitobewith.org/ London Fungi Facebook: https://en-gb.facebook.com/LondonFungusNetwork/ British Mycological Society: https://www.britmycolsoc.org.uk/ Blue Zoo Website: http://www.bluezoo.org.uk/ Roger Phillips (Legend): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Phillips_(photographer) Marcel Bon (Mycologist): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcel_Bon Mark Spencer (Botanist): https://markspencerbotanist.com/ GIGL: https://www.gigl.org.uk/londons-open-spaces/ Cortinarius heatherae (fungus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortinarius_heatherae Laetiporus sulphureus (AKA Chicken of the Woods): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laetiporus_sulphureus
Today on Mushroom Hour we have the privilege of being joined by Dr. Kevin Boyce, Professor of Geological Sciences at Stanford University. Dr. Boyce's research is focused on the biological and environmental impacts of the evolution of plant structure, development, and physiology from the Paleozoic colonization of land through the subsequent radiations of land plant forms up to and including the Cretaceous radiation of flowering plants. This work involves both living and fossil plants and a wide variety of approaches: developmental and physiological investigation, climate modeling, comparative study of morphological diversity, and cell and tissue-specific analysis of elemental, isotopic, and organic chemistry. These tools have been applied to three connected areas of research that each inform wider questions concerning the evolution of terrestrial environments: 1. the evolution of leaf morphology, development, and physiology with feedbacks to climate and primary productivity, 2. the evolution of cell wall biochemistry and its influence on organic matter burial as a sink in the carbon cycle, and 3. the establishment of early terrestrial life and ecosystems encompassing the complete biota including animals, fungi, and microbial communities in addition to the plants. I'm excited to learn about the coevolution of plants and fungi, prototaxites and how we learn about organismal evolution and community assembly from the ancient past. TOPICS COVERED: The Path into PaleontologyGeobiology & Defining Geological Eras Fungal & Plant Fossil Records Absolute Time & Relative Time Evolution of Plant Physiology Coevolution of Plants, Bacteria, Fungi and Animals Stochastic "Rules" of Community Assembly Geochemistry Genetic Tools and Phylogeny Changing Paleontology Prototaxites Biochemical Signatures of Heretrophs and Autotrophs Piecing Together a Paleozoic Landscape Lifestyle, Physiology and Growth Rate of Prototaxites Future Work into the Cenozoic EPISODE RESOURCES: Dr. Kevin Boyce Academic Website: https://biology.stanford.edu/people/kevin-boyce Dr. Boyce Paper on Prototaxites: https://awarticles.s3.amazonaws.com/Boyce2007.pdf Prototaxites: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prototaxites Geologic Time Scale: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geologic_time_scale "Wonderful Life" by Stephen Gould: https://wwnorton.com/books/Wonderful-Life/ Lycopodium (clubmoss genus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lycopodium "Stinkhorn" Mushrooms: https://www.mushroomexpert.com/stinkhorns.html