mushroom

(redirected from Macrofungi)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Tuzen, "Levels of trace elements in the fruiting bodies of macrofungi growing in the East Black Sea region of Turkey," Food Chemistry, vol.
A preliminary checklist of Arizona macrofungi. Canotia., 2006; 2(2): 47-78.
Western Himalaya, part of Himalaya in Pakistan, is also floristically diversified with more than 750 plant species and more than 300 macrofungi (Ahmad et al., 1997; Samina and Salman, 2012; Razaq et al., 2016; Hussain et al., 2017).
A checklist of macrofungi was compiled for Indiana as part of a larger effort to document fungi within the state.
Cantharellus cibarius, one kind of popular edible macrofungi (mushrooms), is commonly known as chanterelle, yellow silk fungus, or golden chanterelle [17].
Akata, "Antimicrobial activity of some macrofungi extracts,"Antimicrobial Activity of Some Macrofungi Extracts, vol.
Macrofungi have been part of the fungal diversity for around 300 million years and they are known to be among the largest of group of fungi that attracted the attention of naturalists before microscopes were invented [1].
Global diversity and distribution of macrofungi. Biodiver.
Karun, Macrofungi on the coastal sand dunes of south-western India.
This proposal aims to shed light on the life strategy of Mycena (or bonnet mushrooms), a widespread group of macrofungi and with important functions in forests and other terrestrial ecosystems.