fungi-, fung- +

(Latin: mold, mushroom; any of a group of plants including mushrooms, molds, mildews, etc.)

fungivory (adjective)
A reference to feeding on or in fungi.
1. Resembling a fungus, as in having unhealthy spongy growths.
2. Resembling, characteristic of, or caused by a fungus; such as, a fungoid growth.
The quality of that which is fungous; fungous excrescence (a normal outgrowth, a disfiguring addition).
Relating to a fungus, or resembling a fungus in appearance or texture.
fungus (s)
1. In medicine, a spongy, morbid growth.
2. A single-celled or multicellular organism without chlorophyll which reproduces by spores and lives by absorbing nutrients from organic matter.
fungus cultivation
The growing of a specific fungus by ant and termite colonies for food.

When a new colony is established, a piece of the fungus is often carried to the new nest and used to inoculate a growth medium composed of decaying leaves.

fungus gall
Any large, roundish, abnormal swelling on plant tissue caused by an attack of a parasitic fungus.
fungus gardens
Fungi that are cultivated by Attine ants underground and that provide nourishment to larvae and adult ants.
necrotrophic fungi
Fungi that derive their nutrients from dead organic matter.

A cross reference of a word group that is related, directly or indirectly, to: "fungus, fungi": myco-.