basidiocarp

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ba·sid·i·o·carp

 (bə-sĭd′ē-ə-kärp′)
n.
A fruiting body that bears basidia, characteristic of many basidiomycetes. Also called basidioma.

basidiocarp

(bæˈsɪdɪəʊˌkɑːp)
n
(Botany) the fruiting body of basidiomycetous fungi; the mushroom of agarics
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Noun1.basidiocarp - the fruiting body of a basidiomycete which bears its spores on special cells
basidiomycete, basidiomycetous fungi - any of various fungi of the subdivision Basidiomycota
fruiting body - an organ specialized for producing spores
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is belongs to genus of decaying-wood Agaricomycetes, the species found to have tough basidiocarps, with hyaline spores and decurrent lamellae.
Chiejina and Olufokunbi confirmed that basidiocarps can be easily induced by burying the sclerotia in soil [5].
Supplementation of the substrate with sodium selenite (Na2Se03) results in increased selenium content in mycelia and basidiocarps (Werner and Beelman 2002, Stajic et al 2005, Beelman and Royse 2006).
Basidiocarps are of 6 to 12 cm in diameter and 1-2 mm thick ; the upper (superior) surface is pilose and dark yellow to brown or reddish brown; the lower (inferior) surface smooth, rugulose to meruloid, glabrous to pruinose and concolorous with the upper surface.
brasiliensis, in axenic cultivation, efficiently convert substrate with low C:N ratio (high N content) into basidiocarps, the use of this method for commercial purposes may become economically viable.
Based on the clamp connections, the production of basidiocarps and the susceptibility to cyclohexamide (Mycosel agar), the fungus was identified asS.
Basidiocarps of Pleurotus nebrodensis was purchased from the institution of domestic fungus in Chengdu.
Most species of Basidiomycete fungi that produce large basidiocarps (mushrooms) serve as hosts for many families of Diptera with mycophagous species (Mycetophilidae, Sciaridae, Drosophilidae, Chloropidae, Phoridae, Cecidomyiidae, Tipulidae, etc.
The broom itself will die, and then pink, flower-like structures called basidiocarps will emerge from it.