coprophilous


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coprophilous

[kə′präf·ə·ləs]
(ecology)
Living in dung.
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Very limited studies on the isolation of coprophilous fungi in Pakistan, particularly in Lahore have been done so far.
Anthropogenic pollen taxa (Aster, Cardueae, Plantago lanceolata, Polygonum aviculare and Urtica dioica) and Poaceae match showing negative values, while coprophilous fungi are grouped at the positive side.
The coprophilous fungus, Pilobolus, is a well known, but little studied organism.
Coprophilous arthropod community from Argentina with species of potential use as biocontrol agents against pest flies.
Antibacterial activity observed in the seeds of some coprophilous plants.
2006: Development of modern analogous for natural, mowed and grazed grasslands, using pollen assemblages and coprophilous fungi.
Habitat differences of coprophilous fungi on moose dung.
In section two, the chapters on leaves (Chapter 4), wood (Chapter 6) and coprophilous fungi (Chapter 8) are particularly informative, providing good syntheses of both the classical literature and more recent studies.
An additional update on the genus Chaetomium with descriptions of two coprophilous species, new to Italy.
This phenomenon is confirmed through deforestation that favours the development of NPM type 207 or Glomus fasciculatum (fungal spore), present along the sequence, and by the development NPM of coprophilous affinity (Riccia sorocarpa, Podospora or type 55 a, Sporomiella or Sordaria type or types 113 and 368) which have a similar curve to that of nitrophyllous taxa.
During a study of coprophilous fungi on rhinoceros (Rhinoceros simun) in August 2002, at Maracaibo zoo South Park in Maracaibo, Venezuela, dung were collected from 180 animals to determine the apperance of coprophilous fungi.