basidiocarp


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basidiocarp

[bə′sid·ē·ə‚kärp]
(mycology)
The fruiting body of a fungus in the class Basidiomycetes.
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Table 4 showed the results of the diameter of basidiocarp in centimeter every 8 days of harvesting from ten (10) data bags per treatment.
In the second flush of diameter of basidiocarp the highest treatment mean was in T4 (9x12) with a mean of 56.
Basidiocarps are gelatinous when fresh, flabelliform, orbicular, reniform, yellow to dark brown, superior surface pilose, inferior surface meruloid, reticulate, 4-8 cm; substipitate, 1.
Basidiocarps are gelatinous when fresh, coriaceous when dry; orbicular, reniform, yellow traslucent to dark brown, superior surface pilose, inferior surface smooth with folds, 4.
Basidiocarps appeared white when viewed from the side or from below (Fig.
The lower basidiocarps were dark green, apparently from the presence of algae.
ITS-rDNA sequences obtained from mantle sheath of each host root were compared with those obtained from local basidiocarps.
Fresh basidiocarps of Pleurotus nebrodensis (300 g, wet weight) were homogenized in 300 ml of 140 mM NaCl buffer, pH 7.
Antimicrobial activities of basidiocarps of wild edible mushrooms of West Bengal, India, International Journal of PharmTech Research, 4(4): 1554-1560.
Basidiocarps were collected during the rainy season (July- August 2010) and macromorphological characteristics were recorded in the field.
Basidiocarps were successfully grown using rice straw and sawdust based formulation as substrate in the fruiting bags [19].