Plant species

A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · N · O · P · Q · R · S · T · U · V · W · X · Y · Z

fruiting bodies

Listing 1 - 10 from 93 for fruiting bodies

Plant Pathology Glossary
... surviving under unfavourable environmental conditions. Under favourable conditions the sclerotium can produces sexual or asexual fruiting bodies. Secondary Inoculum inoculum produced by infections that took place during the same growing season. Compare ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Grifola frondosa, the hen of the woods, sheepshead or maitake-- Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for November 2006
... You can also make a quasi-delicious tea out of the dried fruiting bodies by steeping a small piece in very hot water. Do not microwave ... same tree for 5-10 years or more to find additional fruiting bodies. However, there is a dark side to all this: Grifola is ... once the grower learns to provide the right conditions for growth and fruiting. Other wood decay fungi can also be grown on artificial logs, ...
botit.botany.wisc.edu

Tom Volk's Thansgiving fungi
... Green mold disease of mushrooms. Trichoderma is a mold that can infect the mycelium and fruiting bodies of other fungi! Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Sclerotinia stem rot of Soybean, affecting Tofurkey production. This is ...
botit.botany.wisc.edu
More from this site

Mycology - Structure and Function - Spores
... showing presense of a basidium releasing spores, another collapsing after release, and immature basidia. The fruiting bodies of Basidiomycota are commonly visible and the structure given names like rusts, smuts, puffballs, jelly ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Common Conifer Tree Diseases - Prevention and Control
... from the spots on the needle will cause death of the entire needle. Tiny black fruiting bodies form on the surface of the needles before or after the infected needles are shed ...
forestry.about.com

a mushroom in the soil!! - Carnivorous Plants Forum - GardenWeb
... , Pythium and Phytophthora (the most common root pathogens you'll encounter) don't produce large fruiting bodies. Sounds like there's something in your potting mix that is deteriorating. It may be ...
forums.gardenweb.com

Tree Problem Diagnosis
... , sap weeping. Woodpeckers, sapsuckers, and insects - Small holes in bark Disease - depressions and discolourations, fungal fruiting bodies, ruptured tissues. Insects - girdling the trunk, feeding on decaying wood, foliage discolouration. Insects and Disease ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Slime Mold: The Blob on the Lawn
... garden walls. Once the slime mold mass is located on an upright object, it produces fruiting bodies that produce new spores. Damage and Control Slime mold for the most part is a ...
gardenline.usask.ca
More from this site

Armillaria Root Rots
... to trees. This was a monumental moment for all trees. Hartig proved that the fungus fruiting on a wound was the same as the fungus causing the rot behind the wound ... doubt that the fungus on the inside is the same as the fungus of the fruiting bodies on the outside. Hartig proved this. We hear it said many times over and over ...
home.ccil.org

TREE PLANTING TIME
... elements, mainly phosphorus. There are basic types of mycorrhizae, the ectomycorrhizae which have their fruiting bodies above the ground, and the endomycorrhizae which have the fungus tissue within the soil ... , ash, elms and sycamores can survive under a blacktop because their endomycorrhiza does its fruiting underneath. But it should be stressed that under any circumstances soil compaction may be ...
home.ccil.org
More from this site




These listings are filtered
View all for fruiting bodies