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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Microfungi were more numerous than the representatives of the previous groups of microflora.
Out of 314 microfungi isolates were obtained, only 56 isolates (16 isolates of Fusarium species and 40 isolates of Aspergillus species) were used in mycotoxin production study.
Two new anamorphic fungi and some microfungi recorded from El Avila, Venezuela.
Microfungi from Portugal: Minimelanolocus manifestans sp.
Our results of microbiological analysis of grain showed that the microbiological composition differed greatly by the groups of microfungi (Fig.
Caryophylalles: Amarantaceae), wild oat, and ascomycete microfungi (Ophiostoma spp.
Yongabi KA Studies on the potential use of medicinal plants and microfungi (lower plants) in water and waste water purification.
Flowers as islands: spatial distribution of nectar-inhabiting microfungi among plants of Mimulus aurantiacus, a hummingbird-pollinated shrub.
Biodiversity of saprobic microfungi associated with the infructescences of Protea species in South Africa.
Abundance and diversity of microfungi in leaf litter of a lowland rainforest in Costa Rica.
The natural durability of various Australian wood pole species to soft-rotting microfungi.