basidiocarp


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basidiocarp

[bə′sid·ē·ə‚kärp]
(mycology)
The fruiting body of a fungus in the class Basidiomycetes.
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Table 4 showed the results of the diameter of basidiocarp in centimeter every 8 days of harvesting from ten (10) data bags per treatment.
This species is characterized by being finely odontoid, pale yellow to grayish yellow basidiocarp, and suballantoid to allantoid basidiospores and by the presence of echinocysts in subhymenium.
ITS-rDNA sequences obtained from mantle sheath of each host root were compared with those obtained from local basidiocarps. A further phylogenetic analysis was also used for the identification of both parts.
Acharya, "Antimicrobial activities of basidiocarps of wild edible mushrooms of West Bengal, India," International Journal of PharmTech Research, vol.
Fresh basidiocarps of Pleurotus nebrodensis (300 g, wet weight) were homogenized in 300 ml of 140 mM NaCl buffer, pH 7.2, and after soaking at 4[degrees]C for 24 h, the supernatants were obtained by filtration.
The broom itself will die, and then pink, flower-like structures called basidiocarps will emerge from it.
We found one colony with nine basidiocarps. [BSUHM 23]
stromaticum could reduce formation of fruiting bodies, or basidiocarps, of the witches'-broom fungus by 99 percent when brooms were in contact with the soil, and by 56 percent in brooms remaining on trees.
Similarly, Lane (1995) compared the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete community of pinyon pines at one cinder site and one sandy-loam site and found that 60% of the ectomycorrhizal types did not match with basidiocarps found at the same sites.
At certain times during development, basidiocarps of this species emit a noticeably pleasant, sweet aroma.