aegirine

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aegirine

[′ā·gə‚rēn]
(mineralogy)
NaFe(SiO3)2 A brown or green clinopyroxene occurring in alkali-rich igneous rocks. Also known as aegirite.
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[183] showed that dimerization and formation of a hydrophobic pocket in the structure of an Agrocybe aegerita lectin are essential for its apoptosis-inducing activity.
Cheung, Antioxidant Activity of Extracts from the Fruiting Bodies of Agrocybe aegerita var.
[31] reported that three strains of Agrocybe aegerita utilized non-lignin-cellulose more efficiently than the other strains in the study and their cellulose-degrading activity was slightly lower.
Nair, "Cyclooxygenase inhibitory and antioxidant compounds from the fruiting body of an edible mushroom, Agrocybe aegerita," Phytomedicine, vol.
Health-beneficial qualities of the edible mushroom Agrocybe aegerita. Food Chem.
Nasr Esfahani [7] did a research on disinfection of contaminated soil and combating harmful plant nematodes and weeds by soil solarization for cucumber lands in Isfahan, Iran and it was proved by the results that drechsleri disease was controlled up to 90% and the population of agrocybe aegerita, phitophetra and phiuzarium fungi decreased considerably.
Ever since this fruitful venture, HFF has been growing mushrooms using the Japanese technology of bottle cultivation, employs 20 staff members and grows Pleurotus eryngii(""Alli [TM]" or "King Oyster" or "Eryngii"), Pleurotus ostreatus ("Gray Oyster"), Hypsizygus marmoreus ("Brown Shimeji", "Kea Shimeji[TM]" or "White Shimeji"), Auricularia cornea ("Pepeiao" or "Wood Ear") and Agrocybe aegerita ("Pioppini" or "Black Poplar").
However, due to its capability to form asexual propagules (Aegerita anamorph) that are disseminated by water, it may be able to infect various dams along a stream.
Lo y Cheung (2005) reportaron un contenido fenolico de 0.0512 [+ o -] 0.00038 g GAE/g extracto, en la fraccion extraida con acetato de etilo del cuerpo fructifero de Agrocybe aegerita.