microfungi


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microfungi

FUNGI in which the FRUITING BODIES are too small to be seen with the naked eye.
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Due to length, the Indiana fungal checklist will be published in three parts: macrofungi (e.g., bracket fungi, mushrooms, and puffballs), microfungi (e.g., molds and rusts), and lichenized fungi (i.e., lichens) of Indiana.
A mycelial lectin from Aspergillus nidulans microfungi induced an increase of NO production, and IFN[gamma] and IL-6 levels also enhanced in splenocyte cultures from treated Swiss albino mice groups.
Seasonal variation of outdoor airborne viable microfungi in Copenhagen, Denmark.
When studying the population of microfungi, it was revealed that their greatest population is in monocrops and amounts for 89.4 x [10.sup.3] cells/g.
Three hundred and fourteen isolates of microfungi were obtained, 90.5% isolates belonged to Aspergillus species, namely A.
Both Gregorio Delgado and Fernando Fernandez hold postgraduate degrees in Mycology with more than two decades of experience with the taxonomy and identification of microfungi. At EMLab P&K, they have acquired extensive experience in the identification of fungi, molds and other biological particles from environmental samples.
Secondary metabolite- and endochitinase- dependent antagonism toward plant-pathogenic microfungi of Pseudomonas fluorescens isolates from sugar beet rhizosphere.
Dactylaria uniseptata Matsush., Microfungi of the Solomon Islands and Papua-New Guinea: 19.
Contributors offer information on geological substrates, humus development, revegetation, biological soil crusts, influence of residual lignite on soil properties and development, plant production and soil chemistry, development of microflora, microfungi, plant-microrrizhal fungi interactions, recolonization of sites by soil microflora, macro-, and meso-fauna, and several contributions on the interaction of soil and soil fauna, and soil fauna and plants.
Biological soil crusts (BSCs) are complex assemblages of phylogenetically and functionally diverse organisms such as macroscopic bryophytes (e.g., mosses and liverworts), lichens, microscopic archaea, bacteria, cyanobacteria, microfungi, and green algae [1, 2].