Armillaria


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armillaria

(ˌɑːmɪˈlɛərɪə)
n
(Plants) any of various fungi of the genus Armillaria, which are white-spored and cause wood rot. Many species are parasitic.
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Noun1.armillaria - genus of edible mushrooms having white spores an annulus and blue juiceArmillaria - genus of edible mushrooms having white spores an annulus and blue juice; some are edible; some cause root rot
fungus genus - includes lichen genera
family Tricholomataceae, Tricholomataceae - a family of fungi belonging to the order Agaricales
shoestring fungus - any of several fungi of the genus Armillaria that form brown stringy rhizomorphs and cause destructive rot of the roots of some trees such as apples or maples
Armillaria caligata, booted armillaria - fungus with a brown cap and white gills and a membranous ring halfway up the stalk
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Evaluating paradox walnut rootstocks for resistance to armillaria root disease.
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has partnered with Clemson University, Michigan State University, University of Georgia and the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension to evaluate short and long-term solutions for Armillaria Root Rot affecting forest and fruit tree crops;
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Also, fungus polysaccharide extracted from Armillaria mellea revealed a chemopreventive effect on A549 non-small cell lung cancer cells via increment of apoptosis and caspase activation through intrinsic pathway (23)
Looked at from another angle, take the giant fungus Armillaria ostoyae, discovered in Oregon in the United States in 1998.
But to nine people inside a classroom at the Advanced Technology Center at Luzerne County Community College in Nanticoke on a recent Friday night, it's an Armillaria.
2] confirmed middle to high risk of Armillaria attacks in spruce stands within investigated locality in 3rd and 4th fzv and its possible deterioration simultaneously with change of external conditions.