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polypore

[′päl·ē‚pȯr]
(mycology)
Any member of the Basidiomycetes having basidia that line the numerous tubes or pores of the basidiocarp.
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Keywords: Ginkgo polypores; Exopolysaccharide; Antioxidant; Chain conformation.
Taxonomy, ecology and biogeography of Polypores (Basidiomycetes) from Argentinian Polylepis woodlands.
In the region's oakeries such polypores species are popular to a lesser degree: tinder fungus Fomes fomentarius (L.) Fr., dryad's club saddle Polyporus squamosus (Huds.) Fr.
Pheromones affecting flying beetles colonizing the polypores Fomes fomentarius and Fomitopsis pinicola.
Maitake Grifola frondosa or maitake or hen-of-the-woods is a large, gray, fleshy polypore made up of numerous overlapping caps.
The most intriguing find, collected by Ellifritz, belongs in the general group of polypores, wood-loving fungi that bear spores in little tubes on their undersides.
Birch polypores on dead and dying stumps gleamed in the sun -in autumn the leaves of birches with this rot will often turn brown long before unaffected trees nearby.
OLE OPRY ta2 = copolymer, parleyvoo, petrology, polypores
Because of their beneficial effects on overall health and the immune system, several mushrooms have long been prized by Chinese and Japanese healers, including the polypores Ganoderma lucidum and Grifola umbellata and the shitake mushroom (Lentinus edodes).
North American Polypores. Fungiflora, Oslo, Norway.
New York State is home to many types of mushrooms, and some of the most interesting are the polypores. The name polypore comes from the many tiny holes on the underside of the cap which release spores.