vii (42-5); 1 [male] 1 [female] (2[male] 1 [female]) Kpessou, ex Lactarius
flammans Verbeken (TU116003), 30.
2005) studied laccase and phosphatase activities of the dominant ectomycorrhizal fungi in an oak forest and reported that Lactarius
quietus and Cortinarius anomalus showed peak of laccase activity in spring, while those of Xerocomus ehrysenteron showed highest laccase activity in summer and autumn.
Evaluation of the antioxidant activity of four edible mushrooms from the central Anatolia, Eskisehir-Turkey: Lactarius
deterrimus, Suillus collitinus, Boletus edulis, Xerocomus chrysenteron.
It was a strategically important city on the inland route to Magna Graecia, commanding the pass behind the range of Mons Lactarius
(the modern Monti Lattari) leading to the gulf of Salerno.
5 2 -- Canoderma capense 18 1 Gal Ischnoderma 32 2 Lac, Gal resinosum Lactarius
37 2 [beta]-D-Gal (l [right arrow] deliciosus 3) GalNAc Lactarius
37 2 [beta]-D-Gal (l [right arrow] deterrimus 3) GalNAc Lactarius
-- -- Not inhibited by simple lignyotus sugars Lactarius
rufus 98 6 4-Nitr-(3-D-Glu; [alpha] -Phe-NAc-D-Glu Pholiota adiposa 32 2 Inu Pleurotus 32.
Milk mushrooms of North America; a field identification guide to the genus Lactarius
These include the cyprinid Gila grahamii Baird & Girard 1853 (USNM 252 [syntype]) (a synonym of Gila robusta) (see Gilbert 1998:88); the catostomids Catostomus latipinnis Baird & Girard 1853 (USNM 254 [paralectotype]) (see Gilbert 1998:189-190) and Catostomus lactarius
Girard 1856 (USNM 257 [syntype]) (a synonym of Catostomus catostomus) (see Gilbert 1998:189); and the centrarchids Pomoxis nitidus Girard 1858 (USNM 261 [syntype]) (a synonym of Pomoxis annularis) (see Gilbert 1998:244) and Enneacanthus margarotis Gill & Jordan 1877 (USNM 20494 [syntype]) (a synonym of Enneacanthus gloriosus) (see Gilbert 1998:241).
21) Ka meie oma seariisikaga (tommuriisikas, Lactarius
neccetor (22)) valjendame samasugust suhtumist.
Kummer Pluteus burserae Singer 1065 soil infrequent Family Russulaceae Lactarius
6) Lactariid--Lactarius lactarius
(milk trevally), and
THE common red mushroom, Lactarius
Deliciosus, which is found growing wild in Cyprus and is enjoyed by many people when in season, could hold the key to making the island green once more.