fu ling

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fu ling

Chinese medicine
A fungus that grows on the roots of various conifers; it is diuretic, sedative and tonic, and used for anorexia, bloating, cardiac arrhythmias, hypertension, indigestion, insomnia and oliguria.
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The genomes of a few other edible or medical mushrooms were also sequenced, for example, Volvariella volvacea [13], Agaricus bisporus [14], Flammulina velutipes [15], Antrodia cinnamomea [16], and Wolfiporia cocos [17].
latifolia genome is of a similar size with several other species in the order Polyporales including Trametes versicolor (44.79 Mb), Wolfiporia cocos (50.48 Mb) [17], Phanerochaete carnosa (46.29 Mb) [18], and Polyporus brumalis (45.72 Mb) (http://genome.jgi.doe.gov/Polbr1/Polbr1.info.html), but larger than the sizes of Ganoderma sp.
latifolia to Fomitopsis pinicola, Wolfiporia cocos, Postia placenta, and Antrodia sinuosa, all of which are from the Polyporaceae family.
latifolia have fewer genes encoding for the initial lignin degradation (auxiliary activities; formerly FOLymes) compared to those in the closest known brown-rot basidiomycetes such as Fomitopsis pinicola, Antrodia sinuosa, Fibroporia radiculosa, Wolfiporia cocos, and Postia placenta in Polyporales.
(209), Wolfiporia cocos (206), and Bjerkandera adusta (199).
Zhao et al., "Mycology, cultivation, traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology of Wolfiporia cocos (Schwein.) Ryvarden et Gilb.: a review," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
The brown-rot fungi Wolfiporia cocos ATCC 62778 and Gloeophyllum trabeum ATCC 11539 and white-rot fungi Trametes versicolor DEBIQ and Ganoderma australe A464, cultivated under conditions similar to those of the native strains, were used as references in the lignocellulolytic enzyme detection assays.
Clausen CA, Green F, Woodward BM, Evans JW, De Groot RC (2000) Correlation between oxalic acid production and copper tolerance in Wolfiporia cocos. Int.
Woodward B, De Groot R (1999) Tolerance of Wolfiporia cocos isolates to copper in agar media.
versicolor 81 + + + + + T versicolor 88 + + + + + T versicolor 110 + + + + + Wolfiporia cocos ATCC62778 +/- + - - - G.