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an organ specialized for producing spores

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16] reported that glucose, fructose, and trehalose containing substrates produced the highest number of primordia while glycerol, xylose, sucrose and fructose containing substrates produced abnormal fruiting bodies.
They are enclosed sacks of fruiting bodies that lie just beneath the epidermis and may be impervious to fungicides.
Analytical methods that quantify the active compounds demonstrate that mushroom fruiting bodies are high in beta-D-glucans and very low in starch.
paddy straw, wheat straw, sorghum straw, soybean straw, paddy + wheat straw (1:1), paddy + sorghum straw (1:1), paddy + soybean (1:1), wheat + soybean straw (1:1), wheat + soybean straw (1:1) and soybean + sorghum straw (1:1) on number of day required for completion of spawn run, number of days required for pinhead intiation, number of days required for development of matured fruiting bodied, number of pinhead, number of matured fruiting bodies, diameter of stipe, pileus diameter, yield, moisture content, dry weight and biological efficiency of P.
Such findings were contradicted by observations of fungal decay fruiting bodies on WPC boards along walkways in the Everglades in Florida (Morris and Cooper 1998), which stimulated research on the decay of such materials, which are usually 50 to 60 percent wood by weight.
The composition of culture medium for producing fruiting bodies was 70% (w/w) rice, 23% (w/w) silkworm chrysalis powder, 5% (w/w) sucrose, 1.
Between 1992 and 2007 near Sunset Crater, Arizona, fruiting bodies of needle rust fungus formed only during April 1993 on the needles of pinyon pine at my study sites.
When climatic and environmental conditions are suitable, fruiting bodies appear in all shapes, sizes and colours.
Luminescence may occur in both mycelia and fruiting bodies, like in P.
Selective cholinesterase inhibition by lanostane triterpenes from fruiting bodies of Ganoderma lucidum.
Dead or dying tops of trees, most easily seen throughout summer; wilting leaves, most visible in spring and early summer; lesions and cankers on stems/branches/shoots, visible throughout the year; dieback of leaves with brown/black leaf stalks, seen throughout summer; fruiting bodies on fallen blacked leaf stalks, visible June to October; staining of wood under bark lesions, visible throughout the year.
Number of days taken for maturation of fruiting bodies of oyster and WC-537 was almost equal 6-7 days.