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carpophore

[′kär·pə‚fȯr]
(botany)
The portion of a flower receptacle that extends between and attaches to the carpels.
(mycology)
The stalk of a fruiting body in fungi.
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The results show that active limestone had a positive and very significant impact on the production of carpophores in T.
A principal components analysis (PCA) was done with the quantitative variables of the surface horizons studied, in order to synthesise the variation patterns in those elements that are potentially associated with the production of Tuber melanosporum carpophores and to quantify the overall impact of the surface horizons on carpophore production in this fungus.
Regarding the study of limestone, a simple, positive, and very significant correlation was found between the percentage of active limestone in the surface horizons and the production of Tuber melanosporum carpophores.