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Synonyms for Armillaria

genus of edible mushrooms having white spores an annulus and blue juice

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elata growth is mostly dependent on the fungus Armillaria mellea (Muszynska et al.
A Polysaccharide from Armillaria mellea exhibits strong in vitro anticancer activity via apoptosis-involved mechanisms.
They've entered the room, each carrying a basket, a sectioned tray, a cloth shopping bag and some paper bags which contain Armillarias and other types of mushrooms that are far from the plastic wrapped Buttons and Shiitakes found in the local supermarket.
vitellinus as two separate species and recognized all five different species of Armillaria (honey fungus), when these had been put together by the rest of the early mycologists.
Mas tarde, Murrill en 1914 (segun Bas, 1965) considero el hongo de Sumstine en el genero Armillaria.
2013) Characterization of a novel xylanase from Armillaria gemina and its immobilization onto Si[O.
TABLE 5 The major current pest and disease threats to plantations in Africa SPECIES COMMON TARGET SPP NOTES NAME(S) Diseases Armillaria & Root rots Many species Widespread Phytophthora pathogens spp.
Importance of preliminary (before using the genetic test) differentiation and identification of the species Armillaria in the field can be connected with necessity for receiving source information on occurrence and confinedness of separate species in certain regions, depending on type and tempo of natural resources exploitation.
Eco-morphologic Aspects of Differentiation and Identification of Species Armillaria mellea Sensu Lato in Coppice Oakeries of Belgorod Region for the Purposes of Exploitation of Natural Resources.
For example, the incidence of Armillaria Root Disease, which decays wood in the roots, lower boles, and stumps of dead or living trees, is projected to increase.
Typically, rootlets, barkstrips, Armillaria mellea, and seeds from various species were used for the nest lining (Table 1).
Some other insects and diseases that affect white pine today include the white pine weevil, red and black turpentine beetle, Caliciopsis canker, and Armillaria root disease.
There are currently more than 64 species in three distinct lineages: Ompholatus, Armillaria and mycenoid (Desjardin et al.
WHAT'S NEW: A new molecular test for the detection of Armillaria mellea, the cause of oak root fungus disease.
Particular characteristics of soil microbial communities in forest stands infected with Heterobasidion parviporum and Armillaria spp.