Lactarius


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Noun1.Lactarius - large genus of agarics that have white spore and contain a white or milky juice when cut or brokenLactarius - large genus of agarics that have white spore and contain a white or milky juice when cut or broken; includes both edible and poisonous species
fungus genus - includes lichen genera
Agaricaceae, family Agaricaceae - large family including many familiar mushrooms
Lactarius delicioso, milkcap - edible mushroom
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Soil drying procedure affects the DNA quantification of Lactarius vinosus but does not change the fungal community composition.
Until recently only two agaricoid genera were identified namely Lactarius (Pers.
Lactarius deliciosus) that grow in the shade of pine trees.
These mycorrhizal fungi, notably those strands that produce the common and familiar Russula and Lactarius mushrooms, tie into the roots of trees, mostly oaks, gaining nutrients from the trees.
Los conocidos como niscalos (Lactarius deliciosus y Lactarius sanglifuus) y los champinones cultivados (Psalliota), son muy populares.
Immediate effect of thinning on the yield of Lactarius group deliciosus in Pinus pinaster forests in Northeastern Spain.
Ecology and Ethnomycology of two wild edible Lactarius species.
Cloning and characterization of famesyl diphosphate synthase from the rubber-producing mushroom Lactarius chrysorrheus.
In 2010, a number of 760, 11-15 year-old pine trees have been inoculated with mycorrhizae of Lactarius deliciosus and a number of 500 10-20 year-old oaks with mycorrhizae of Boletus edulis.
vii (42-5); 1 [male] 1 [female] (2[male] 1 [female]) Kpessou, ex Lactarius flammans Verbeken (TU116003), 30.
Nickel toxicity in mycorrhizal bich seedling infected with Lactarius rufus and Scleroderma flavidum.