Amanita muscaria

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Synonyms for Amanita muscaria

poisonous (but rarely fatal) woodland fungus having a scarlet cap with white warts and white gills

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Change in ibotenic acid and muscimol contents in Amanita muscaria during drying, storing or cooking.
Ectomycorrhiza-mediated repression of the high-affinity ammonium importer gene AmAMT2 in Amanita muscaria. Current Genetics 51: 71-78.
Cairney, "Distribution and persistence of Amanita muscaria genotypes in Australian Pinus radiatus plantations," Mycological Research, vol.
[[double dagger], NR] Amanita multisquamosa Peck [[double dagger], NR] Amanita muscaria (L.) Lam.
Found another bunch of Amanita muscaria beside a clump of silver birch trees.
Zryd, "Characterization of a tyrosinase from Amanita muscaria involved in betalain biosynthesis," Phytochemistry, vol.
Melendez-Howell, "Amanita muscaria: chemistry, biology, toxicology, and ethnomycology," Mycological Research, vol.
Characterisation of ectomycorrhizal formation by the exotic fungus Amanita muscaria with Nothofagus cunninghamii in Victoria, Australia.
In the rest of the world the only prehistoric murals linked with the mushrooms are in Africa as discussed above, and in Siberia, where some petroglyphs have been found that are related to shamanistic practices using Amanita muscaria (L.: Fr.) Pers.
The others walk ahead, leaving to them an amanita muscaria's
Amanita muscaria ydi'r enw gwyddonol arno fo a 'fly agaric' yn Saesneg.
Immunomodulating activities of carboxymethylated derivatives of linear (1[right arrow] 3)-alpha-D-glucans extracted from the fruiting bodies of Agrocybe cylindracea and Amanita muscaria. Biol.