mycoflora

mycoflora

(ˌmaɪkəʊˈflɔːrə)
n
(Biology) the fungi of a particular area or habitat

my•co•flo•ra

(ˌmaɪ koʊˈflɔr ə, -ˈfloʊr ə)

n., pl. -flo•ras, -flo•rae (-ˈflɔr i, -ˈfloʊr i)
(used with a sing. or pl. v.) the fungi characteristic of a habitat or environment.
[1740–45]
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A number of bioagents and different fungicides have been found to reduce mycoflora on seed while enhancing germination as well as vigour Index of various grains such as cowpea [17].
Studies on the rhizosphere mycoflora of broad bean and cotton: II., seed and root exudates and their effects on spore germination and growth of the prevalent fungi isolated from the rhizosphere.
Sathish, "Endophytic Mycoflora of Mirabilis jalapa L.
Positive correlation between VAM-induced changes in root exudation and mycorrhizosphere mycoflora. Mycorrhiza, 5: 39-44.
can be found externally as normal mycoflora on some araneaeids, dissection of these spiders revealed no infections or internal spores despite the known entomopathogenicity of these 2 groups (Yoder et al.
Mycoflora and naturally occurring mycotoxins in poultry feeds in Argentina.
Mangrove fungi: the succession in mycoflora of red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle L.) seedlings, p.51-91.
Post-harvest storage of corn: effect of beginning moisture content on mycoflora and fumonisin contamination.
Further experiments should be carried out to investigate earthworm-mediated changes in species composition and structure of the mycoflora of these layers.
(5.) Castillo, M.D., Gonzalez, H.H.L., Martinez, E.J., Pacin, A.M., Resnik, S.L., Mycoflora and potential for mycotoxin production of freshly harvested black bean from the Argentinean main production area.