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cyathus

(ˈsaɪəθəs)
n
1. (Units) an ancient measure of wine equivalent to approximately one twelfth of a pint
2. (in ancient Greece and Rome) a drinking cup with a large handle, used to extract wine from a large bowl
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Cyathus species are saprobic since they obtain nutrients from decomposing organic matter.
Karunanandaa and Varga [26] reported that fungal (Cyathus stercoreus) treated rice straw diet produced an increased total VFA with an increased molar proportion of propionate and butyrate.
White [[dagger], [double dagger]] Cyathus olla (Batsch) Pers.
BASIDIOMYCOTA Hymenomycetes Agaricales Agaricaceae Cyathus berkeleyanus (Tulasne) Lloyd: B.
Some of these novel bioactive metabolites include styrylpyrones from Inonotus and Phellinus species, cyathusals and pulvinatal from Cyathus stercoreus, triterpenoids from Ganoderma lucidum, cordycepin from Cordyceps species and among others [22, 23, 24, 25].
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[76] isolated five novel cyathane diterpenes, identified as cyathins DH (1-5), in addition to three well known diterpenes, namely, neosarcodonin, cyathatriol, and 11-O-acetylcyathatriol from the ethylacetate extract of Cyathus africans.
Enhancing effect of antibiotics on laccase production from Cyathus bulleri and Pycnoporus cinnabarinus has been reported by Dhawan et al.
We collected genera whose distribution is restricted to a temperate climate, such as Lycoperdon, Scleroderma, and Cyathus, exclusively in oak forest.
Band(s) Most closely related bacterial sequence Identity (%) 12-1 Magnaporthe grisea strain Guy 11 98% 12-2 Uncultured Cyathus clone F3 98% 12-3 Trichoderma koningiopsis strain T-440 100% 12-4 Coniochaeta ligniaria 99% 8-1 Fusarium sp.
Por ejemplo, Karunanandaa y Varga (1996) (26) trataron la paja de arroz con el hongo Cyathus stercoreus, encontrando un aumento en la digestibilidad de la celulosa y los carbohidratos y la produccion de acidos grasos volatiles, junto con una disminucion en la disponibilidad en rumen de la proteina cruda (PC).