basidiomycete


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basidiomycete

any fungus of the BASIDIOMYCOTA.
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USE OF MOLECULAR MARKERS FOR THE STUDY OF WILD FUNGUS BASIDIOMYCETES
The brown rot basidiomycetes cause the most destructive type of wood decay and are important contributors to biomass recycling.
commune, may lead microbiologists and clinicians to consider it as a contaminant without importance, although the basidiomycetes must be kept present as potential pathogens.
Estos hongos pertenecen a la clase basidiomycetes, pero tambien han sido reportados Ascomycetes y Levaduras (Milstein et al.
Many of the specimens she analyzed turned out to be basidiomycetes, a group of higher fungi that have gills.
Transformations leading to t he evolution of this unusual basidiomycete probably involved a shift from terrestrial to periodically immersed to fully submerged substrates, loss of ballistospory, and evolution of appendaged spores and an enclosed fruiting body.
The African subfamily Macrotermitinae has also evolved a symbiosis with a basidiomycete fungus (Termitomyces).
For example, Nantel and Neumann (1992) found that the ectomycorrhizal Basidiomycete associates of a particular tree species were associated with that tree species over only a portion of its distribution.
In addition, white basidiomycete buds that were attached to the periderm of the diseased V.
The literature reports scantily the enzymatic activity of basidiomycete genera, focusing on soil (and not endophytic) strains that produce enzymes as lacease, peroxygenase and peroxidase (Arora & Gil, 2005; Schuckel, Matura, & Van Pee, 2011; Jarvinen, Taskila, Isomaki, & Ojamo, 2012; Yarman et al., 2012).