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epigeous

(ĕp′ə-jē′əs)
adj.
Variant of epigeal.
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All mushrooms cached in trees (including outside the focal squirrel territory) were 1 of 2 epigeous fungi species: Suillus grevillei (Larch Bolete, Fig.
It has been reported, for example, that water, methanolic, ethanolic, and ethyl acetate extracts of different epigeous and hypogeous mushrooms showed significant decreases in the activities of inflammatory mediators such as nitric oxide (NO), cytokines, and prostaglandins, thus inhibiting some macrophage functions and reducing cell inflammations.
Stem epigeous, globose to cylindrical, to 110 cm tall and 7-12 cm wide, erect, typically solitary but occasionally branched.
We surveyed coniferous forest near The Bowl for evidence of red squirrels including leaf nests, middens, and recent feeding sites, which may include cores and scales of cones, cut tips of branches, and remains of epigeous fungi.
Epigeous macrofungi of the Parque de Natureza de Noudar in Alentejo (Portugal).
RA = regeneration areas, OP = open pasture lands and FB = fodder banks; w = winkler sacs, ce = epigeous bait.
The adaptation value of reproductive strategy and mode in three epigeous earthworm species.
At the conclusion of this chapter, you will learn the two common forms of seed germination: epigeous and hypogeous.
Stem semihypogeous to slightly epigeous, to 15 cm tall, 3-8 cm
The total dataset contained 8724 mosquitoes in 112 epigeous (i.e., living in open-air habitat) samples from 52 localities along the northwest-southeast transect near Montpellier (southern France, [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED]) that crossed both treated and untreated areas.
Three epigeous sites (in the open air) are retained as stations and are subject of study of their mosquitoes larvae populations ; their choice is supported on representativeness of Culicidae larvae in a productive sites batch, accessibility, sustainability and no treatment by chemical product.