Basidiomycota


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Basidiomycota

References in periodicals archive ?
These species belongs to division Basidiomycota and both were commonly found at fallen branch or logs.
The identification of only one taxon belonging to Basidiomycota may indicate that this group of organisms is not common in biofilms developing on limestone, as confirmed by Tang and Lian (2012), who used culture-independent methods; however, species of this group may exist in sterile form.
El metabolismo enzimatico frente a la prueba de la urea fue positivo para todas cepas de referencia CBS y para el 100% (n = 105) de los aislamientos (Tabla 3), lo que confirma su pertenencia al filo Basidiomycota (14).
gatti pertenecen al filo Basidiomycota, por su reproduccion sexuada con formacion de basidiosporas, especificamente al genero Filobasidiella [3-5].
Introduction to Mycology in the Tropics" thoroughly covers Basidiomycota, Ascomycota, lichens, further groups of Fungi, Straminipila (Heterokonta), and slime molds.
Estos se agrupan en los filum Basidiomycota y Ascomycota y se calcula que existen por lo menos 49.
Psilocybin is present in varying concentrations in over 200 species of Basidiomycota mushrooms.
gattii is an encapsulated yeast of the phylum basidiomycota.
Clasificacion taxonomica de Pleurotus ostreatus (Venturella, 2007; CABI,2008) Reino: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Subdivision: Basidiomycotina Clase: Basidiomycete Subclase: Agaricomycetidae Orden: Agaricales Familia: Pleurotaceae Genero: Pleurotus Especie: ostreatus (Jacq.
Con este hongo, las hormigas mantienen una relacion simbiotica muy compleja producto de la co-evolucion, que pertenece a la Familia Lepiotaceae dentro de la tribu Leucocoprineae y el Pilum Basidiomycota (Kumar et al.
Luminous fungi belong to the phylum Basidiomycota, and are found in tropical as well as temperate climates, always associated with hydrated substrates, with the possible exception of the ascomycete Xylaria hypoxylon (Foerster et al.
Among the topics are Basidiomycota, yeasts in marine environments, Labyrinthulomycota, salt marsh fungi, current research and future prospects of enzymes from marine fungi, and decompositions of materials in the sea.