sporophore


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sporophore

[′spȯr·ə‚fȯr]
(mycology)
A structure on the thallus of fungi which produces spores.
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sclerotia and sporophore yield during the cultivation on sawdust of different woody plants.
Initiation of the sporophores Retention of irrigation water
The sporophores of Pleurotus ostreatus and Pleurotus pulmonarius growing in the wild were collected from Ibadan University botanical garden.
Sporangia borne on the underside (abaxial surface) or margin of leaf, not on a sporophore.
The sporophores of various fungi were collected from the following localities in Central Benin: Kpessou, 9.
Also, as a result of this work, an automatic rating of no higher than 8 on the new AWPA rating scale was applied when basidiomycete sporophores were observed (AWPA 2008).
The second part of the experiment involved resampling a data set described in Pielou and Verma (1968) and given in Pielou (1975) concerning insect and spider species in sporophores of the birch bracket fungus Polyporus betulinus.