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basidiomycete

any fungus of the BASIDIOMYCOTA.
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Basidiomycetous Inonotus (Phellinus) tropicalis osteomyelitis in pediatric and adult X-linked chronic granulomatous disease.
2015); basidiomycetous yeasts colonise flowers with hexose-dominated nectar (Mittlebach et al.
Some Basidiomycetous fungi may be readily differentiated on the basis of clamped hyphae.
Biodiversity and systematics of basidiomycetous yeasts as determined by largesubunit rDNA D1/D2 domain sequence analysis.
in vitro decomposition of Sphagnum-derived acrotelm and mesotelm peat by indigenous and alien basidiomycetous fungi.
Most fungal endophytes isolated from plants and algae are members of the Ascomycota or their anamorphs, with only a few reports of basidiomycetous endophytes, these often being orchid mycorrhizas [26].
Among such products, mushrooms, especially basidiomycetous fungi, have attracted attention due to their low toxicity and high degree of specificity in the activation of the human immune system [4].
While basidiomycetous fungi are recognized to be the best degraders of lignin due to their higher efficiency toward mineralization of biopolymers [1]; ascomycetous fungi are also getting attention as lignin degraders from various ecological niches [2].
lignin peroxidases, manganese peroxidases, laccases, tyrosinases) in basidiomycetous clades (Luis et al.
The majority of isolates in this study were ascomycetous yeasts (510, Table 2) compared to basidiomycetous yeasts (389, Table 3).