Rhizopogon


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Synonyms for Rhizopogon

a genus of fungi having subterranean sporophores resembling tubers

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De la misma manera, Amanita spreta y Rhizopogon olivaceoniger son primeros registros para el estado y en el caso del segundo tambien lo es para el pais.
Boletales, Rhizopogonaceae Rhizopogon olivaceoniger 4 A.
2007), Rhizopogon roseolus and Suillus eollinitus (Arvieu et al.
Li and Castellano (1987) isolated nitrogen fixing Azospirillum species from sporocarps of Hebeloma crustuliniforme, Laccaria laccata and Rhizopogon vinicolor.
Rhizopogon vinicolor/vesiculosus are host specialists of Douglas fir and have been observed at all stages of succession in studies examining ECM fungi of Douglas-fir forests (e.
Taxonomy of the Rhizopogon vinicolor species complex based on analysis of its sequences and microsatellite loci.
Azospirillum isolated from within sporocarps of the mycorrhizal fungi Hebeloma crustulinforme, Laccaria laccata and Rhizopogon vinicolor.
In this project, pine seedlings with the mycorrhizal fungi Rhizopogon, Pithoritus, and Suillus species were planted together with charcoal powder and phosphate in sand dunes.
Ogawa M (1983) The Mushroom, Rhizopogon rubescens and charcoal.
Ogawa M, Yambe Y, Sugium G (1983b) Cultivation of the hypogenous mushroom, Rhizopogon rubescens.
Linderman and graduate student Michael Dosskey say that Rhizopogon seems to help seedlings maintain photosynthesis-that is, conversion of sunlight into foodduring drought.
Whereas feedback mechanisms normally tell plants suffering from lack of water or other stresses to shut down photosynthesis, the presence of Rhizopogon enables young tree roots to create a bigger reservoir, or sink, for products of photosynthesis, such as carbon.
Rhizopogon buenoi, segunda cita mundial, encontrado en Castilla-La Mancha.