Cantharellus


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Materials used in the present study were pure cultures and fruiting bodies of Cantharellus cibarius.
This wild edible ectomycorrhizal mushroom was identified a Cantharellus cibarius following Singer (1987).
Macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of Cantharellus cibarius (Plate 1 A)
Moreno, 1 Bandala & Montoya Cantharellales, Cantharellaceae Cantharellus cibarius Fr.
Flora, Cantharellus, Inocybe, Lactarius, Lepiota, Leucopaxillus, Psilocybe, J).
The efficiency of antioxidant activity from Cantharellus species, namely C.
The world consumption of Cantharellus (also known as chanterelle) mushroom has been estimated at 150-200 km t/yr (Watling, 1997).
3 20 laccase Cantharellus 46 4 50 cibarius laccase Hericium erinaceum 63 5 50 laccase Tricholoma 43 4 70 giganteum laccase Pleurotus eryngii 34 3-5 70 laccase Canoderma lucidum 75 3.
2 Cantharellus cibarius laccase No activity at 10 [micro]M Hericium erinaceum laccase 9.
Mushroom show participant and LCC instructor Marcia Peeters displays two edible mushroom species: Cantharellus formosus (left) and Ramaria araiospora (below left), which should be foraged with caution due to its similar appearance to some inedible species.
De hecho, el "nanganal" alberga una comunidad de hongos ectomicorrizogenos, ya que durante nuestros recorridos registramos varios especimenes de los generos Amanita, Cantharellus, Inocybe, Lactarias y Russula, entre otros (algunos representan especies comestibles silvestres que igualmente se incluyen en el mencionado concepto de "moni"), lo que podria considerarse como un buen indicador del valor ecologico del sistema de redes de micorrizas bajo los arboles de G.
Algunos Cantharellus interesantes de la Peninsula Iberica.
On the idendity of Velenovsky's Cantharellus peltigerae.
Cantharellus parviluteus, une nouvelle espece decrite de la Peninsule iberique.
Cantharellus romagnesianus Eyssartier et Buyck, novedad para el catalogo micologico iberico, y Cantharellus cibarius Fr.