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sporophore

[′spȯr·ə‚fȯr]
(mycology)
A structure on the thallus of fungi which produces spores.
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volvatus sporophores on a recently dead White Fir (Fig.1D), with many older (white and brittle) sporophores found beneath the tree, all with obvious peck marks and holes of comparable dimensions.
volvatus sporophores (on White fir and Red Fir) that had been pecked on the upper as well as lower surfaces.
Approximately 25 % of the fresh sporophores of each fungus species was removed from the incubated sample, air-dried at 35 [degrees]C, labelled and deposited in the Herbarium of the Tartu University (TU).
sandhui feed on the sporophore. The larvae of some species, such as Dohrniphora diminuens (Schmitz), have been reported feeding on the fungus combs of Termitomyces species (Lyophyllaceae) in termite nests (Disney & Kistner 1989).
[21.] Okhuoya JA and C Ajerio Analysis of sclerotia and sporophores of Pleurotus tuber-regium Fr.
This response to water and nutrient limitation in the harvested sporophore has been termed a "post-harvest stress disorder" (Moore., 1988).
The sporophores of Pleurotus ostreatus and Pleurotus pulmonarius growing in the wild were collected from Ibadan University botanical garden.
Initiation of the sporophores Retention of irrigation water