fruiting body


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an organ specialized for producing spores

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Field information such as habitat, abundance and phenotypic characters like size, shape, color of the fruiting body were recorded (Arora, 1986).
volvacea is a type of edible mushroom that has a volva which encapsulates the immature stipe and pileus at the early stage of fruiting body development.
The green fruiting body shown in Figure 5a is most likely a species of the genus Chlorociboria, a staining fungus that does not cause significant decay.
The upper surface of cap is rough or smooth but its lower surface bears the gills (partitions) or pores, which produces microscopic spores which are of different colored and shaped, that serve as a mean of reproduction and develop mycelium on germination, which convert in to the fruiting body called mushrooms, having a form of plant life, without green coloring matter.
Ganoderol B: a potent alpha-glucosidase inhibitor isolated from the fruiting body of
Minimum number of days showed that the fewer days are required for the fruiting body to for harvesting.
A truffle is the fruiting body of a subterranean mushroom; spore dispersal is accomplished through fungivores, animals that eat fungi.
Truffles are the fruiting body of a particular group of fungi.
Each fruiting body included cells from both clones, but some clones contributed disproportionately to the spore body.
This ascomycete produces thin, brilliant orange ascocarps (the fruiting body of the fungus) that resemble orange peels that stand out in the drab colors of autumn and give the fungus its name.
The most massive fruiting body of any fungus yet documented has been discovered growing on the underside of a tree in China.
Several basidiomycetes require one or more vitamins for vegetative growth and fruiting body development (CHANG; MILES, 2004).
treated and ground fruiting body powder, in equal proportions, in a capsule
The GL extracts used were prepared from the fruiting body with methanol and contained mainly polysaccharides and ergosterin.