Auricularia


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Jelly mushrooms of Western Ghats of Karnatakaa) Auricularia delicata (White strain), b) Dorsal portion of the Auricularia delicata showing reticulate like structure, C) Auricularia delicata (Brown strain), d) Auricularia polytricha, e) Tremella fuciformis and f)Dacryopinax spathularia
Forficula auricularia or Diptera items) in both methods.
AURICULARIACEAE Auricularia auricula Hed Hunoo Whole plant Judae.
Response of Growth and Production of Pleurotus osteratus, Pleurotus cystidiosus and Auricularia polytrica to Various Kinds of Sawdust).
Contributors from pharmaceutical companies and universities in Europe, North America, and China consider such topics as homoharringtonine and related compounds, taxol and its analogs, novel anti-tumor agents from Dolabella auricularia, biochemical and biological evaluation of (+)-CC-1065 analogs and conjugates with polyamides, and staurosporines and structurally related indolocarbazoles as anti-tumor agents.
Copper biosorption by Auricularia polytricha, Lett Appl Microbiol 37: 133-137.
The free-swimming auricularia larva of indirectly developing holothurians possesses a well-differentiated digestive tube consisting of esophagus, muscular stomach, intestine, and rectum.
Female choice and manipulations of forceps size and symmetry in the earwig Forficula auricularia L.
Most mushrooms have always been treated with great respect for these reasons, but no fungus has been considered as vile and unholy as the edible Auricularia auricular, or, as it is known by its alternate name, Auricula judae--Latin for Jew's ear.
Although Auricularia is an easily recognized genus of edible mushrooms with a worldwide
Orden Familia Genero Caracteristicas importantes del habitat Auriculariales Auriculariaceae Auricularia Saprofito, Bull.
A New Interpretation of the Sex Oetermining Mechanism of the European Earwig, Forficula auricularia.
Etimologia: Del vago parecido del alargado cuerpo de las hembras con el de algunos dermapteros, como Forficula auricularia, al estar armado con largas espinas caudales (aun teniendo una excedentaria central).
Pinus, Abies y Liquidambar; trepadoras de especies como: Archibaccharis, Celastrus, Clematis, Gelsemium, Parthenocissus, Philadelphus, Rhus, Smilax y Vitis; arbustos de especies como: Oreopanax, Topobea, Fuchsia, Clusia, Juanulloa, Solandra; pteridofitas de numerosas especies de Lycopodium, de Selaginella, de Hymenophyllaceae y de Cyatheaceae; musgos de los generos: Anomodon, Homalia, Papillaria, Pilotrichella, Porotrichum, Prionodon, Rhizogonium y Schloteimia; hongos superiores de los generos: Amanita, Scleroderma, Schizophyllum, Ganoderma, Leotia, Lenzites, Boletus, Linderiella, Auricularia, Russula, Lactarius, Oudumansiella, Dictyopanus, Gyrodon, Psilocybe y Calostoma.