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an organ specialized for producing spores

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Tyrosinase inhibitory activities of the acetonic, methanolic, and hot water extracts from the fruiting bodies of P.
Table 1 Yields and laccase activities of chromatographic fractions from 1000 g fresh fruiting bodies of white Agrocybe cylindracea laccase-enriched fractions are highlighted in boldface.
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.
Purification and properties of a [beta]-galactosyl-specific lectin from the fruiting bodies of Ischnoderma resinosum.
Kitamura S, Hori T, Kurita K, Takeo K, Hara C, Itoh W, Tabata K, Elgsaeter A, Stokke BT (1994) An antitumor, branched (1 [right arrow] 3)-[beta]-D-glucan from a water extract of fruiting bodies of Cryptoporus volvatus.
militaris fruiting bodies using a solid rice-based medium inoculated with liquid spawn as shown in Fig.
At the time of the transfer, no fruiting bodies of the rust fungus had appeared, but 20 clusters of the transferred larvae were on trees that developed needle rust during April 1993.
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.
Good mycelium growth will affect the speed of fruiting bodies formation (Moerdiati et al.
According to ZERI coordinator, Pauline Kadhila-Muandingi, the first Ganoderma fruiting bodies have been harvested.
They mixed amoebae from two clones together and then examined the fruiting bodies to see where the clones ended up.
Fruiting bodies vary in size from a fraction of a centimeter to 10 cm in width or more and generally grow in clusters on disturbed and bare soils--often in clays.