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FEMALE FRUITING BODY
PECTINATUM
SPORANGIA
MYXOCOCCUS
CELLULAR SLIME MOLD
CONTAINING ASCI
FLASK-SHAPED FRUITING BODY
FRUITING BODY FORMS
CLOSED FRUITING BODY
FRUITING BODY INITIATION
FRUITING BODY MATURATION
FRUITING BODY DEVELOPMENT
FRUITING BODY FORMATION
ADDITION
CASES
LARGE
SIZE
BLACK
TYPES
CHARACTERIZATION
FIGURE
RECOGNIZABLE
GENE
GENES
CORRELATION
NUCLEI
HEIGHT
MILLIONS
SHAPES
SHAPE
GROUND
MEANS
DIFFERENCES
PRODUCTION
PRODUCING
CASE
STRUCTURES
STRUCTURE
AIR
EGG
GROUP
GENERAL TERM
SCENT
TREMENDOUSLY
SURFACE
SUBSTRATE
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Definitions

  1. A fruiting body is a multicellular structure that contains spores.
  2. The fruiting body is part of the sexual phase of a fungal life cycle, with the rest of the life cycle being characterized by vegetative mycelial growth.
  3. This fruiting body is composed of a compact mass of interwoven hyphae that form the stalk, cap and gills.
  4. The fruiting body (such as the more familiar mushroom or toadstool) is produced to release spores and thus allows reproduction to occur.
  5. The fruiting body is a cup-shaped ascocarp, morphologically the same structure produced by the fungal symbiont (mycobiont) of lichens and many other fungi.

Female Fruiting Body

  1. The female fruiting body is anodyne, antiseptic, antispasmodic, diuretic, febrifuge, hypnotic, nervine, sedative, stomachic and tonic.

Pectinatum

  1. Like other members of genus Geastrum, G. pectinatum has a fruiting body (basidiocarp) wall that is multilayered.

Sporangia

  1. Sporangia) - A fruiting body that produces asexual spores within a more or less spherical wall.

Myxococcus

  1. Myxococcus Preys on other bacteria - deltaproteobacteria - gram-negative, fruiting body & spores.

Cellular Slime Mold

  1. Fonticula is a cellular slime mold which forms a fruiting body in a volcano shape.
  2. Fruiting Body of Dictyostelium discoideum, a cellular slime mold.

Containing Asci

  1. Ascocarp: The fruiting body of ascomycete fungi bearing or containing asci.

Flask-Shaped Fruiting Body

  1. A globular to flask-shaped fruiting body that has an apical pore through which the spores (ascospores) are released.
  2. An asexual, globose, or flask-shaped fruiting body of a fungus that produces conidia.

Fruiting Body Forms

  1. Symbols next to terminal taxa indicate fruiting body forms, and symbols on branches indicate levels of bootstrap support (see figure for key to symbols).

Closed Fruiting Body

  1. Its more than 2,500 species produce saclike structures (asci) containing ascospores in either a closed fruiting body (ascocarp) or spore balls.

Fruiting Body Initiation

  1. So far, little is known about the genetic determinants that act in fruiting body initiation and formation.
  2. It stimulates growth of the mycelium, fruiting body initiation, and stipe elongation.

Fruiting Body Maturation

  1. Like several other earthstars, crystals of calcium oxalate are found on G. pectinatum, and are thought to be involved in fruiting body maturation.
  2. The mutant produces an aberrant fruiting body in which the stipe hardly elongates during fruiting body maturation.

Fruiting Body Development

  1. Three were previously unknown genes, and they were inactivated to look for effects on fruiting body development.
  2. Possibly, the transcription profiles of arf1 and kin1 influence the expression of cfs1 during early and later stages of fruiting body development.
  3. The number of C-signal molecules per cell rises 100-fold from the beginning of fruiting body development to the end, when spores are formed.

Fruiting Body Formation

  1. Fruiting body formation in the basidiomycete Coprinus cinereus is a developmental process that occurs as a response of the mycelium to external stimuli.
  2. The casing layer is critical in the fruiting body formation of A. bisporus and is necessary for the initiation of fruiting.
  3. Fruiting body formation is influenced by external factors such as season (which affects temperature and air humidity), nutrients and light.

Addition

  1. In addition, shiitake's key ingredient—found in the fruiting body—is a polysaccharide called lentinan.
  2. In addition, two oxidative bursts are shown to occur during fruiting body development and ascospore germination.

Cases

  1. In many cases, ascospores are discharged through an apical pore (ostiole) at the neck of the fruiting body.

Large

  1. The familiar portion of a mushroom is actually a large fruiting body called a C) basidiocarp 9.
  2. Maitake is the Japanese name for the edible fungus Grifola frondosa, which is characterized by a large fruiting body and overlapping caps.
  3. The fruiting body is typically reddish brown to rusty orange to yellow, medium to large, often with a well developed veil.

Size

  1. Fruiting body size has a proportional relationship to the size of the substrata.

Black

  1. As the fruiting body matures, it thickens, becomes all black, and sexual (ascospores) are produced in embedded perithecia.

Types

  1. Like the other types of slime molds, individual amoebae collect together to form a fruiting body.

Characterization

  1. This work allowed identification and characterization of the first laccase isoenzyme from the fruiting body of P. ostreatus.

Figure

  1. Figure 2. A. Bracket fungus basidiocarp (fruiting body).
  2. Figure 1. S. macrospora as a model organism for the analysis of meiosis and fruiting body development.
  3. Plasmids pNotB5 and pNotB7 containing the same 10.5-kb insert fragment (Not I-B), restored fruiting body initiation (Figure 2).

Recognizable

  1. The characteristic blue color of the fruiting body and the latex make this species easily recognizable.

Gene

  1. Released by the fruiting body, fungal spores are haploid, meaning they carry only one chromosome for each gene (like human gametes).

Genes

  1. Characterization of genes that are regulated during fruiting body development is an initial step towards understanding this complex developmental mechanism.
  2. This paper reports the identification of two genes, hthA and hthB, that are important for fruiting body formation.
  3. Molecular genetic analyses of mutants defective in fruiting body (mushroom) photomorphogenesis of C. cinerea identified two genes, dst1 and dst2.

Correlation

  1. Further, our analyses support a correlation between the type of fruiting body and the type of ascoma ontogeny.
  2. In general, the correlation of yield was greater with number of fruiting bodies than with fruiting body average weight (Table 3).
  3. Thus, the question arises as to whether a correlation between ACL activity and fruiting body development exists.

Nuclei

  1. In the parasexual cycle compatible nuclei fuse prematurely even if they are not part of a fruiting body.
  2. The protoplasm of the young fruiting body contains many nuclei that increase in number by mitosis.

Height

  1. The height and cap diameter of a mature specimen may both reach 40 cm, a size truly impressive for the fruiting body of an agaric.

Millions

  1. The mycelium absolute both antiseptic and abundant hyphae may grows into fruiting body, the ascocarp, which may accommodate millions of abundant hyphae.

Shapes

  1. The fruiting body of A. camphorata exhibits various morhphology, with shapes of sheet, bell, horseshoe, or tower.

Shape

  1. Under certain conditions the fruiting body takes on what is referred to as an "antler" shape, that to some is aesthetically pleasing.

Ground

  1. Hypogean below the ground (in reference to the formation of a fruiting body).
  2. The spores are produced by, and released from, a fruiting body that is visible above the ground.

Means

  1. The name literally means "stomach fungus," because the fungi produce their spores inside the fruiting body.

Differences

  1. Differences in gene expression were higher between reproductive and vegetative stage than between two stages of fruiting body maturation.
  2. These differences would, in turn, alter sexual cycle progression and fruiting body development.

Production

  1. The fusion of mycelium from two different mating types leads to the production of a fruiting body ("basidiocarp) which is dikaryotic (n+n).
  2. The dried fruiting body of certain fungal species in the genus Fomes, formerly used in medicine, especially to inhibit the production of sweat.

Producing

  1. At this stage, fruiting body 7 a has taken on the same volume as enclosure 4 a, producing a mass of fungal tissue that measures 36″×24″×2″.
  2. Wild A. camphorata grows on old cowcamphor trees, producing its fruiting body from the inner wall of the hollow tree stem.

Case

  1. In case after reading all of this you don't know what a fruiting body is, it's used to make, hold, and release spores.

Structures

  1. It has a fruiting body that contains many structures with eight haploid spores lined up in a row.

Structure

  1. In the case of the mushroom, the structure that grows above the ground is its fruiting body.
  2. The structure commonly called a mushroom is the above ground reproductive or fruiting body of the organism.
  3. Fruiting body A structure that bears spores.

Air

  1. A sudden, slight change in light, moisture, or air pressure often sets them off - - blowing a slight puff of air on the fruiting body often does the trick.
  2. Fruiting body gill tissue pieces were vacuum infiltrated with the suspension of induced bacteria until the air had been completely purged.

Egg

  1. The fruiting body begins as an "egg" stage, from which the phallic-looking fruiting body emerges over the course of just a few hours.

Group

  1. Stinkhorns are a group of fungi that bear a stinky, slimy mass of spores on the head of a stalked fruiting body (shown here) or on a lattice (shown below).

General Term

  1. Fruiting Body: A general term for the structures that enclose spore bearing cells in fungi.

Scent

  1. This scent may be quite faint in fresh specimens, but typically becomes quite strong when the fruiting body is dried.

Tremendously

  1. The color, shape and size of the fruiting body can vary tremendously.
  2. The fruiting body size of Coprinops lagopus can vary tremendously.

Surface

  1. However, the veins are on the inside of the cup of the Disciotis while the pitted surface of a morel is on the outside of the fruiting body.

Substrate

  1. Changing the temperature in the area surrounding the fruiting body and the substrate will also influence the morphological structure of the fruiting body.
  2. At the end of day seven, fruiting body 1 was cut away from the substrate using a scalpel and removed from the conduit.

Categories

  1. Mushroom
  2. Spores
  3. Asci
  4. Life > Organisms > Fungi > Fungus
  5. Mycelium

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