sporophore


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spo·ro·phore

(spō'rō-fōr),
Any specialized hyphas in fungi that give rise to spores.
[sporo- + G. phoros, bearing]

sporophore

(spôr′ə-fôr′)
n.
A spore-bearing structure, especially in fungi.

sporophore

any fungal structure that produces SPORES.
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volvatus sporophores on a recently dead White Fir (Fig.1D), with many older (white and brittle) sporophores found beneath the tree, all with obvious peck marks and holes of comparable dimensions.
volvatus sporophores (on White fir and Red Fir) that had been pecked on the upper as well as lower surfaces.
volvatus sporophores and White-headed Woodpeckers were seen or heard at 2 of the 3 separate locations where pecked sporophores were found.
Cryptoporus volvatus sporophores often grow on recently dead trees in the year following beetle colonization, emerging from the entrance holes created by insects (Waldron 1969; Borden and others 1969).
Approximately 25 % of the fresh sporophores of each fungus species was removed from the incubated sample, air-dried at 35 [degrees]C, labelled and deposited in the Herbarium of the Tartu University (TU).
This study was designed to investigate the effect of using different substrates, especially farm waste products in the cultivation and yield of Pleurotus tuberregium (King tuber oyster mushroom) sporophores and sclerotia.
tuberregium to produce sporophores and sclerotia in column bags in a tropical environment; investigate the effects of different substrates used to supplement sawdust on the yield of sporophores and sclerotia; and investigate the relationship between various substrates and the nutritional content of P.
[21.] Okhuoya JA and C Ajerio Analysis of sclerotia and sporophores of Pleurotus tuber-regium Fr.
Initiation of the sporophores Retention of irrigation water
P., Influence of the depth of the casing layer on the water extraction from casing soil and substrate by the sporophores, on the yield and on the dry matter content of the fruit bodies of the first three flushes of the cultivated mushroom Agaricus bisporus, Sci.