Mycota


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My•co•ta

(maɪˈkoʊ tə)

n.
an alternative taxonomic name for the kingdom Fungi.
[< New Latin; see myco-, -ota]
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Collins, "Entomopathogenic fungi and their role in pest control," in The Mycota IV: Environmental and Microbial Relationships, C.
Glucosamine produced by mycota in the pizza doughs was extracted by homogenization in a blender (Waring Commercial, 34BL97, California, EUA), with 6 M HC1 (Synth, Brazil) added at the ratio 3:5 (w/v).
The Mycota: A Comprehensive Treatise on Fungi as Experimental Systems for Basic and Applied Research.
Soderstrom (Eds.), The Mycota IV: Environmental and microbial relationships.
Gloer, "The mycota. A comprehensive treatise on fungi as experimental systems for basic applied research.