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Synonyms for Auricularia

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Effects of mono-species and bi-species microalgal diets on the growth, survival and metamorphosis of auricularia larvae of the California sea cucumber, Parastichopus californicus (Stimpson, 1857).
Selamoglu, "New approaches in traditional and complementary alternative medicine practices: Auricularia auricula and Trametes versicolor," Journal of Traditional Medicine and Clinical Naturopathy, vol.
Eukaryotic organism (Auricularia) was used as precursor for synthesizing porous carbon which exhibited bulk density of 0.96 g [cm.sup.-3], surface area of 1103 [m.sup.2] [g.sup.-1], volumetric capacitance of 360 F [cm.sup.-3],and cyclic stability of 99% after 10000 cycles were obtained [68].
Wei, "Carboxymethylation of polysaccharides from Auricularia auricula and their antioxidant activities in vitro," International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, vol.
Ji et al., "Effect of polysaccharide from Auricularia auricula on blood lipid metabolism and lipoprotein lipase activity of ICR mice fed a cholesterol-enriched diet," Journal of Food Science, vol.
[7.] Onyango BO, Palapala VA, Arama PF, Wagai SO and BM Gichimu Suitability of Selected Supplemented Substrates for Cultivation of Kenyan Native Wood Ear Mushrooms (Auricularia auricula).
Each of the smaller arthropods like flies Diptera, hymenopterans Hymenoptera, earwigs Forficula auricularia and earthworms Lumbricidae made up less than 1% and comprise together 5.4% in the group "other taxa".
Among the wild edible mushrooms in the area which were encountered during the mycological expedition and with potential for commercial cultivation include: Volvariella sp., Pleurotus spp., Auricularia sp, Ganoderma sp and Dictyophora sp.
The discovery of Dolastatins obtained from marine mollusk Dolabella auricularia or Halicondrins isolated from the Japanese sponge Halichondri aokadai, has encouraged extensive marine anti-cancer researches (18).
Auriculariales Auriculariaceae * Auricularia auricula-judae (Bull.) Quel.: S.
Molecular diversity of Auricularia polytricha revealed by inter-simple sequence repeat and sequence-related amplified polymorphism markers.
La fecundacion es externa, se desarrolla primero una larva auricularia y posteriormente una larva doliolaria, finalmente se establecen en el fondo del mar y pasan ahi su vida como adultos (Ramos-Ramirez 2013).
0.23 rs Amanita vaginata 0.13 v Amanita verna 0.25 r Amanita virosa 0.43 kl Auriculariaceae Auricularia sp.