microfungus

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microfungus

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌfʌŋɡəs)
n
(Microbiology) a microscopic fungus
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Qualitative assessment of hydrolytic activities in Antarctic microfungi grown at different temperatures on solid media.
During a survey of microfungi on bark and wood of Podocarpus parlatorei Pilg.
Isolation of cellulolytic microfungi involved in wood-waste decomposition: prospects for enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulosic wastes.
Occurrence of certain microfungi on reindeer pastures in northern Finland during winter 1996-97.
Diversity of microfungi in sandy beach soil of Teluk Aling, Pulau Pinang.
Microfungi of the Solomon Islands and Papua-New Guinea.
Even without molecular data, this finding highlights the urgent need for a deeper study of microfungi in Colombia, which are supposed to be much more diverse than macrofungi, but their potential richness in the country has barely been addressed by taxonomic study and hence their potential importance and uses cannot be currently assessed.
Our study also recovered records documenting other groups of Indiana fungi, such as microfungi, which will be covered in subsequent publications.
Various fungal lectins distributed among mushrooms, microfungi, and yeasts exhibited many physiological effects and biomedical applications.
Wang, "Production of fungal biomass protein using microfungi from winery wastewater treatment," Bioresource Technology, vol.