Amanita muscaria


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Noun1.Amanita muscaria - poisonous (but rarely fatal) woodland fungus having a scarlet cap with white warts and white gillsAmanita muscaria - poisonous (but rarely fatal) woodland fungus having a scarlet cap with white warts and white gills
agaric - a saprophytic fungus of the order Agaricales having an umbrellalike cap with gills on the underside
Amanita, genus Amanita - genus of widely distributed agarics that have white spores and are poisonous with few exceptions
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Clockwise from mushroom at bottom: Amanita muscaria, giant panda, Desmaretla, Euglena, Giardia, Trichomonas, star sand foram, Allogromia foram, Globigerina foram, Colpidium ciliates, Stentor, dinoflagellate, Coscinodiscus, Stephanodiscus, giant kelp, Gephyrocapsa, Ceratolithus, Phaeocystis, Magnolia, Galaxaura red seaweed, Scenedesmus green algae, Entamoeba, Tubulifera slime mold, Chaos amoeba, SOURCE: A.
There are a few birch trees growing nearby, and last night on our way down to dinner, I discovered a perfect, tall, red and white Amanita muscaria.
Las especies presentes en la mayoria de las localidades fueron Amanita muscaria (en cuatro localidades), Boletus edulis (en cinco) y B.
Characterisation of ectomycorrhizal formation by the exotic fungus Amanita muscaria with Nothofagus cunninghamii in Victoria, Australia.
Nehls and Hampp (2000) reported that in Amanita muscaria the expression of monosaccharide transporter was enhanced 4-6 fold in ectomycorrhizas compared to soil growing hyphae.
Una de sus bellezas mas sobresaliente es la posibilidad de observar hongos de diversas especies, uno de los mas llamativos por su colorido es el hongo Amanita muscaria (Fig.
Algunos hongos, como Amanita muscaria y Amanita flavoconia, presentan propiedades toxicas y alucinogenas (Perez y Herrera, 1991).
In the rest of the world the only prehistoric murals linked with the mushrooms are in Africa as discussed above, and in Siberia, where some petroglyphs have been found that are related to shamanistic practices using Amanita muscaria (L.
Amanita muscaria ydi'r enw gwyddonol arno fo a 'fly agaric' yn Saesneg.
Immunomodulating activities of carboxymethylated derivatives of linear (1[right arrow] 3)-alpha-D-glucans extracted from the fruiting bodies of Agrocybe cylindracea and Amanita muscaria.
AREINDEER feed on grass and lichens but also have a taste for the intoxicating toadstool Amanita muscaria.
In order to address these specific criticisms over 600 anecdotal accounts of Amanita muscaria inebriation and poisonings were collected and analyzed to determine the impact of preparation on Amanita muscaria inebriation.