A new coprinus
from Papua New Guinea sporulating in pure culture.
Effect of different post harvest treatments on nutritive and antioxidant activities of wild edible Coprinus
cinereus (Schaeff.) S.Gray from Tanzania.
P Schroeder et al., "Coprinus
cinereus rad50 mutants reveal an essential structural role for Rad50 in axial element and synaptonemal complex formation, homologpairing and meiotic recombination," Genetics, vol.
Laboratory experiments have shown that the range and duration of light exposure plays an important role in the formation of basidiomata of fungi such as Coprinus
spp., Typhula ishikariensis and Clavicorona pyxidata (Morimoto & Oda 1973, James & McLaughlin 1988, Boulianne et al.
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen from a basidiomycete, Coprinus
The kinetics of coprinus
cinereus peroxidase-catalyzed 1-naphthol, 2-naphthol and p-phenylphenol oxidation was investigated.
VIABILITY OF MYCELIAL GROWTH OF Coprinus
comatus IN CULTURE MEDIUM BASED ON ORGANIC RESIDUES
(1794) montanosos Coprinus
Saprofitos, terrestres, Pers.
She said she found common molds and spores of cladosporium, coprinus
, ascomycete, myxomycete, aspergillus/penicillium and bipolaris/drechslera in the building, with the largest concentrations in the basement and main reception area.
of subunit 2 2 * Chromatographic B [right arrow] CM B [right arrow] M S procedure [right arrow] S200 Specific hemagglutinating ND 4267 activity (titer/mg) Antiproliferative No activity MCF-7 = 1.3 [micro]M activity ([IC.sub.50]) Anti-HIV-1 reverse 44 [micro]M 7.6 [micro]M transcriptase activity (IC50) pH stability ND 1 - 14 Thermostability ND 80 ([degrees]C) Antifungal activity Coprinus