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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

[spôr′əfôr]
Etymology: Gk, sporos + pherein, to bear
the part of an organism that produces spores.

sporophore

any fungal structure that produces SPORES.
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Extensive mycelial production was observed in the OPFF (M4) substrate and it is not clear whether this extensive mycelia produced in (M4) had any inhibitory effects on sporophore production; this observation requires further investigation.
In conclusion, the study suggests that sclerotia and sporophore of Pleurotus tuberregium can be grown in lignocellulosic agricultural wastes as substrate, which is much faster, economical and easier than growing it from the spawn raised from the spores [3, 12].
Kadiri M Changes in intracellular and extra cellular enzyme activities of Lentinus subnudus during sporophore development.
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.
Experiments and comments on the action of bacteria on sporophore initiation in A.