mycelia


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my·ce·li·a

(mī-sē'lē-ă),
Plural of mycelium.

mycelia

A mass of hyphae.

my·ce·li·a

(mī-sē'lē-ă)
Plural of mycelium.
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cepivorum mycelia grown in Czapeck media was added to infect germinated garlic cloves and incubated for 72h at 16[degrees]C.
All treatments were replicated three times, and experiments were repeated with at least one independent batch of difenoconazole and mycelia disc.
erinaceus mycelia are usually present in microquantities and minor variations in the environment can have huge impacts on the quantity, quality, and diversity of the metabolic products.
Mycelia mats were stained with Giemsa stain by flooding absolute methanol to cover the mycelia mat for 3 min and then drying.
Efficacy and safety of orally administered Lentiula edodes mycelia extract for patients undergoing cancer chemotherapy: a pilot study.
After 12 and 24 h, mycelia extracted by the filter of SHB-III vacuum pump (Yuhua, SHB-III, China), and washing 5 times using ultrapure water.
Li et al., "hypoglycemic activity through a novel combination of fruiting body and mycelia of cordyceps militaris in high-fat diet-induced type 2 diabetes mellitus mice," Journal of Diabetes Research, vol.
where dc is the average increase in mycelia growth in control and dt is the average increase in mycelia growth in treated [19].
Additionally, in the analysis of colonization frequency of particles from all three biofilms, we observed a high number of particles with adhered mycelia (Table 3).
Measurements of mycelial growth in diameter was measured using digital Vernier caliper daily and recorded until total colonization of the mycelia was obtained.