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endogenetic

[¦en·dō·jə′ned·ik]
(geology)
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Among of these six endogenetic fungi, the GR of the fungal strains NS1-B and NS2-B1 showed a trend of the slowly growing before they are quickly growing in 8th days.
Characteristics of Nuclear Ribosomal ITS1, 5.8 S rDNA, and ITS2 Sequences of the Endogenetic Fungi
Analysis of Nucleosides Components from the Endogenetic Fungi
militaries fruit bodies and endogenetic fungi (Fig.
For the research of Chinese Cordyceps, more and more investigators focused on their scientific interest in endogenetic fungi of Chinese Cordyceps and the fungal diversity (Zhang et al., 2010; Xia et al., 2015; Xia et al., 2016a; Xia et al., 2016b).
Therefore, the establishment of the proper endogenetic fungi classification method combined with morphological and molecular characteristics is very necessary (Toledo et al., 2013).
Table 2: Regressive equation of different endogenetic fungi and Chinese Cordyceps
The detailed descriptions related to their morphological and molecular characteristics were presented in this study, which could improve and perfect the isolation and identification of endogenetic fungi in study of Chinese Cordyceps, while it will lay the foundation for further exploitation and utilization of those strains.
Based on these theories, most of researchers paid attention to the anamorph of Chinese Cordyceps, and its metabolites, such as cordycepin, cordycepic acid and other nucleosides, etc., but ignored the active constituent from other endogenetic fungi.