Mushrooms are organisms that do not carry chlorophyll. Scientists have been discussing it for many years in the classifications. As a parasite on other plants, they make a symbiotic life with dead plants (saprophytes) or other living things. Reproduction of fungi occurs through sports. The earth is scattered around the earth with wind or insects, and the earth can last for years. Fungi develop in damp environments, so spores in the soil after the rain germinate to form fungi. Fresh and poisonous mushrooms can grow side by side. Some reproductive and poisonous substances are so similar to each other that only a fungiologist can distinguish it from the fungi that can be tasted of toxic fungi. It is unclear whether a mushroom is poisonous or not with its taste, smell and taste.
Mushrooms are species that people use for various purposes. Saccharomyces species used for preparation of alcoholic beverages by fermentation and for baking bread, Penicillium species used for antibiotics and Claviceps purpurea mushroom for ergo alkaloids.