Hebeloma


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Hebeloma

(heb'ĕ-lō'mă),
A genus of mushrooms that is a source of gastrointestinal toxins.
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Species of Amhinema, Boletus, Hebeloma, Laccaria, Paxillus, Phialophora, Russula, Lactarius, Suillus and Thelephora are the commonest associates of conifer roots (Bent et al., 2011; Gao & Yang, 2010; Garcia et al., 2016; Obase et al., 2009) and the Cenococcum geophilum often dominate the community (Horton & Bruns, 1998; Koide et al., 2008; Obase et al., 2009; Taniguchi et al., 2007).
This study deals with the molecular systematics of Asian collections of Hebeloma theobrominum and H.
Curtis) Hailing [[double dagger], NR] Gymnopus subnudus (Ellis ex Peck) Hailing [[double dagger], NR] Gymnopus subsulphureus (Peck) Murrill [[double dagger], NR] Hebeloma albidulum Peck [[dagger]] Hebeloma album Peck [[dagger]] Hebeloma crustuliniforme (Bull.) Quel.
Parasita a Agaricales como Galerina, Hebeloma, Inocybe y Cystoderma, entre otros (Bas, 1965; Redhead et al., 1994; Bas y Thoen, 1998; Mondiet et al.
Mushrooms such as Agaricus, Boletus, Entoloma, Gomphus, Hebeloma, Russula, Scleroderma and Tricholoma are claimed as gastrointestinal irritants although the toxic principles involved are unknown [4].
MacFall J, Slacks A, Iyer J (1991) Effects of Hebeloma arenosa and phosphorus fertility on root acid phosphatase activity of red pine (Pinus resinosa) seedlings.
The nuclear ribosomal DNA intergenic spacer as a target sequence to study intraspecific diversity of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Hebeloma cylindrosporum directly on Pinus root systems.
Entre los generos mas utilizados se encuentran Hebeloma, Lacearia, Rhizophogon, Scleroderma, Suillus y Pisolithus (Pera y Parlade 2005).
Marmeisse, "Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation as a tool for insertional mutagenesis in the symbiotic ectomycorrhizal fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum," FEMS Microbiology Letters, vol.
Similar to these present observations, the growth at low temperatures of several strains of Hebeloma (Basidiomycota) was found to result in greater proteolytic activity, allegedly because of an activation of those proteases by decreased temperatures (Tibbett et al.
Nitrogen uptake and growth in vitro by Hebeloma crustuliniforme and other Pacific Northwest mycorrhizal fungi.