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polypore

(pŏl′ē-pôr′)
n.
Any of various tough basidiomycetous fungi that release their spores through pores, sometimes lack a stem, and usually grow on wood. Also called pore fungus.
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When you combine our technology, process capabilities and material science expertise with their technology, global reach and broader resources, there's a great opportunity to accelerate growth going forward," says Robert Toth, Polypore's president and CEO.
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& SOUSA W., 2002.- Host specialization among wood-decay polypore fungi in a Caribbean mangrove forest.
E Gray (Hen of the Woods) is a fleshy cluster polypore, sometimes enormous in size, and grows in a temperate climate.
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