Mycota


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Mycota

the kingdom containing the fungi and slime moulds, in some classifications.

Mycota

proprietary topical antifungal preparation (cream or powder) containing 20% zinc undecenoate and 5% undecenoic acid

mycota

see fungus.
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This is an important piece of intellectual property for Mycota Biosciences," said Iraj Beheshti, PhD, president and chief executive officer.
Mycota has applied for patent protection for the technology being licensed by McGill.
They are Howard Bussey, PhD, a founder and chief scientific officer of Mycota and professor of biology at McGill; Terry D.
Mycota creates functional genomic information through large-scale gene disruption and genetic engineering of fungal genomes.
The mycota of holothurians typically comprises unspecific cosmopolitan species that occur in soils and on various protein-rich substrates (Table 5), whereas the internal fungal assemblages of holothurians are rather specific.
japonicus is common at depths down to 100 m and has more diverse mycota than C japonica.
We may also ask whether holothurians affect the mycota of bottom sediments; in particular, can they modify the abundance and species composition of these fungi?
The distribution of species such as Umbilicaria africana and Coelocaulon epiphorellum suggests that they must have belonged to the mycota of the ancient continent of Gondwana, making them living fossils with an age of about 70 million years; Antarctica formed the core of this continent, and its floristic exploration should provide further important new biogeographical data.
The company counts some of the country's most familiar household products among its range, including Covonia cough mixture, Hedrin, Asilone, Setlers, Transvasin and Mycota.
From its Linthwaite base, the firm develops, manufactures a well-known list of healthcare products, including Covonia cough mixture, Hedrin, Asilone, Setlers, Transvasin and Mycota.
In: Environmental and microbial relationships, the Mycota IV (eds.