How Does Fungi Affect Humans?

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Fungi affects humans both positively and negatively in way that it can be used as a source of food for example mushroom and meat substitutes like quorn; help in decaying matter since they saprophytic; antibiotics such as penicillin can be extracted from fungal sources; enzymes like cellulase and protease which are useful are from fungi secrete. Negatively it can cause respiratory infections and diseases such as histoplasmosis.
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