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hypogeous

[‚hī·pə′jē·əs]
(biology)
Living or maturing below the surface of the ground. Also known as hypogeal.
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A special attention need to be focused on developing natural production, and why not to move to the "production of desert truffles" via controlled mycorrhization of annual or perennial associative desert plant, to meet the increasing demand of these highly valued hypogeous fungi.
Stazi, "Energy and microclimatic performance of restored hypogeous buildings in south Italy: the "Sassi" district of Matera" Building and Environment, vol.
The fungal spores for these two groups are located in a special structure called the basidium (for Basidiomycetes) or the ascus (for Ascomycetes), and such mushrooms can grow either above the earth (epigeous macrofungi), giving mainly umbrella like structures which include basidiospores, or at depths of 10-20 cm below the soil surface (hypogeous macrofungi or truffles).
The influence of thinning on production of hypogeous fungus sporocarps in Douglas fir forests in the northern Oregon Coast Range.
Acromyrmex colony nests can be completely hypogeous (underground, i.e., A.
Foods vary and include seeds of pines, hypogeous fungi, apical buds, inner bark, and male and female pine cones (J.
A rooting procedure for lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) and other hypogeous legumes (pea, chickpea and Lathyrus) based on explant polarity.
At present, island biogeography theory has not been applied to terrestrial macrofungi; but studies of fungal colonization of leaves (Andrews et al., 1987), hypogeous fungi on islands (Weden et al., 2004) and resource utilization in soil (Wildman, 1987) indicate island biogeography theory applies in fungal systems.
Tuber melanosporum (black truffle of Perigord) is a hypogeous ascomycete, ectomycorrhizal fungus of the Pezizales order, with great culinary and commercial value (more than 1000 [euro]/kg) due to its intense aroma.