polypore


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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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TSE1:3407) has closed its acquisition of US-based filtration company Polypore International, Inc.
Commenting on the transaction, Toshio Asano, president and representative director of Asahi Kasei Corporation, says, "We are very excited to be joining forces with Polypore, an esteemed player in energy storage.
In the discussion of Polypore, Kahwaty and Tyler focus more on the need to align the remedy with the theory of concern, itself closely linked to market definition.
In the course of the research we noticed following pathogens on English oaks which are unusual for them: tinder fungus Fomes fomentarius, dryad's club saddle Polyporus squamosus, dyer's polypore Phaeolus schweinitzii.
Polypore is selling Microporous pursuant to an FTC divestiture order, the firm said.
During arbitrary walks along tracks in forest areas of FLONA/SFP, polypore basidiomes, which usually develop on dead tree trunks, were collected with a knife.
E Gray (Hen of the Woods) is a fleshy cluster polypore, sometimes enormous in size, and grows in a temperate climate.
Antrodia sandaliae (Polyporales, Basidiomycota), an interesting polypore collected in the iberian Peninsula.
Maitake is a polypore, meaning it releases its spores from many tiny pores on its underside.
e,, living and decaying dead aspens) host hundreds of herbivorous and saproxylic invertebrates, polypore fungi, and epiphytic lichens of which many are threatened species of conifer-dominated, old-growth boreal forests (Kouki et al.
This is a very aggressive fungus called the giant polypore or Meripilus giganteus, which causes serious damage.