Cantharellus cibarius


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Noun1.Cantharellus cibarius - widely distributed edible mushroom rich yellow in color with a smooth cap and a pleasant apricot aromaCantharellus cibarius - widely distributed edible mushroom rich yellow in color with a smooth cap and a pleasant apricot aroma
agaric - a saprophytic fungus of the order Agaricales having an umbrellalike cap with gills on the underside
Cantharellus, genus Cantharellus - a well-known genus of fungus; has funnel-shaped fruiting body; includes the chanterelles
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Carbonell-Barrachina, "Volatile composition and sensory profile of Cantharellus cibarius Fr.
Cantharellus cibarius, one kind of popular edible macrofungi (mushrooms), is commonly known as chanterelle, yellow silk fungus, or golden chanterelle [17].
[[dagger], [double dagger]] Cantharellus cibarius Fr.
BQ M M/V Pisolithus arhizus BQ M M/V (Scop.) Rauschert Cantharellales Cantharellaceae Cantharellus cibarius Fr.
Present investigations were undertaken to study taxonomy and antimicrobial activity of Cantharellus cibarius, which is a wild edible mushroom quite popular among the tribals and locals in Shimla district and existing in abundance in the North Western Himalayan region.
The carbohydrates content obtained in the present study are higher than the reported value of Agaricus bisporus (8.25%), Agaricus silvaticus (9.49%), Agaricus silvicola (12.18%), Cantharellus cibarius (14.2%5), Craterellus cornucopioides (13.44%) and Marasmius oreodes (29.41%) but lower than Boletus edules (71.15%) by Barros et al.
Recently mass spectrometry identified [alpha]1,6-fucose residues in oligomannosylated N-linked glycans of the fungi Cantharellus cibarius [40].
Gucin, "Antimicrobial activity of the macrofungus Cantharellus cibarius," Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, vol.
Two acetylenic acids (47 and 48) were isolated from the edible mushroom Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) (Hong et al.