fructification


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fructification

[′frək·tə·fə′kā·shən]
(botany)
The process of producing fruit.
A fruit and its appendages.
(mycology)
A sporogenous structure.
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Sawdust has been reported as one of the best substrates for mycelial growth, sclerotia formation and fructification because sawdust substrates offer the least resistance to enlargement of sclerotia unlike other supplemented-sawdusts, where the sclerotia would have to combat with microbial antagonism from the supplements [15].
The incubation and fructification phases are performed in dedicated areas (atmosphere controlled rooms) specially designed as automatic storage-retrieval systems (ASRS).
After colonization, the lids are removed and the top layer (1-2 mm) of the colonized substrate is removed mechanically in order to induce a uniform fructification. This process is called "scratching" or "kinkaki" in Japanese.
Some pteridosperm stems and fructifications with particular reference to the Medullosae.
la fructification, le tronc, les racines et l'architecture des frondes, mais on connait bien son feuillage heterophylle.
In addition, in order to assure this yield, several apple producers turn to the application of hormones, such as thidiazuron, which increases the effective fructification (PETRI et al., 2001), therefore, assuring high productivities.
(2011) demonstrated the positive effect of additional irrigation on bloom and fruit set, thus decreasing precipitation may lead to reduced fructification of S.
Campomanesia adamantium, commonly known as "gabiroba" or "guabiroba", is a deciduous shrub between 0.5 and 1.5m high that flowers between September and October, and fructification between November and December (LORENZI et al., 2006).
[beaucoup moins que] Apres une periode d'incubation de trois semaines, dans une ferme a Misserghine (Oran) et une periode de fructification, le rendement du champignon pleurote grise a ete optimal [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-elle souligne.
cinerea in Nanning and Zhongshan Cities, which brought about yellowing and falling of leaves, and reduced fructification and plant vigor (Chen et al., 2012; Li et al., 2012).