Mycota


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Mycota

[mī′käd·ə]
(mycology)
An equivalent name for Eumycetes.
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McGill University (Montreal, Canada), has granted an exclusive license to Mycota Biosciences, Inc.
A checklist of gasteroid mycota of District Mansehra Pakistan
In 2002, the company purchased a total of 24 brands, mostly over-the-counter medicines, including Mycota, Transvasin and Acriflex.
Overall biological activity can be measured by the amount of carbon dioxide emitted and, more analytically, by drawing up an inventory and count of 1) the mesofauna (nematodes, annelid worms, microarthropods, arachnids, apterygote and pterygote insects, myriapods, isopod and decapod crustaceans, rotifers, tardigrades, molluscs), 2) the microbiota (protoctists and the microorganisms that perform the essential processes of denitrification, ammonification, and nitrification; the other bacteria; and microsymbionts like Rhizobium, Klebsiella, Spirillum, or Azospirillum), and 3) the mycota (fungi and lichens).
eds) The Mycota XIV--Evolution of Fungi and Fungal-Like Organisms.
Today, it produces a range of medicinal and household products, including Covonia, Hedrin and Zoflora as well as Settlers indigestion tablets, Mycota for athletes foot, Fenox nasal spray and Transvasion for muscular aches and pains.
Key words: Basidiomycetes, Atractiellales, Auriculariales, Exidiaceae, Sirobasidaceae, Tremellaceae, Tremella, Exidiopsis, Heterochaete, Helicogloea, Saccoblastia, Sirobasidium, Occultifur, Hyphoderma, mycota, neotropics, Costa Rica.
Among the holothurians investigated, the mycota of Eupentacta fraudatrix were the most diverse.
Bearing in mind their importance in the tundra landscape (especially lichenized fungi, or lichens), and unlike other volumes where they are not discussed or only briefly mentioned in the section on the flora and plant cover, the title and content of this chapter refer to the mycota, that is, the fungal population, represented basically in this case by lichens.
Founded in 1922, Linthwaite-based Thornton & Ross, who employ more than 350, have a product portfolio encompassing a number of well-known brands, including Covonia, Crampex, Radian B, Mycota, Zoflora - described as the UK's leading disinfectant - and Stardrops multipurpose cleaner.
surculus in the South American mycota, following Corner's (1950) broad treatment under that name.