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Definition of P betulinus
P betulinusPolyporus Po*lyp"o*rus, n.; pl. Polypori. [NL., fr. Gr.
poly`s many + ? a pore.] (Bot.)
A genus of fungi having the under surface full of minute
pores; also, any fungus of this genus.
Note: Polyporus fomentarius was formerly dried and cut in
slices for tinder, called amadou. P. betulinus is
common in America, and forms very large thick white
semicircular excrescences on birch trees. Several
species of Polyporous are considered edible.
Meaning of P betulinus from wikipedia
- Plagianthus betulinus
is a tree that is endemic
to New Zealand. One of the distinctive aspects
of this tree is that it is usually
- Fomitopsis betulina
(previously Piptoporus betulinus
), commonly known
as the birch
bracket, or razor
strop, is a common bracket
(2013). "Conus betulinus
". IUCN Red List of Threatened
Species. 2013. Retrieved
2014.old-form url Conus betulinus
Linnaeus, 1758. Retrieved...
(Wakef.) G. Cunn. Piptoporus betulinus
. Karst. (1881) Piptoporus quercinus
. Karst. (1881) Piptoporus soloniensis
- host trees. Some species depend
on a single
(e.g. Piptoporus betulinus
on birch, Perenniporia corticola
on dipterocarps). Forms
- spegazziniana, a true bug that lays eggs in the branches; Hedyphates betulinus
, a type of beetle
the tree and makes
it more susceptible...
- as tinder
(Fomes fomentarius), or for medicinal purposes
). Ancient peoples
have used fungi
as food sources—often unknowingly—for...
- led to the conclusion
that he carried
it for use as tinder. Piptoporus betulinus
by Ötzi Forest pathology Ganoderma applanatum known
- the genus Penicillium which
from the mushroom Piptoporus betulinus which
grew on the tree Betula
populifolia. MycoBank Straininfo
heterogenous, and the type of that genus, Piptoporus betulinus
, is in the Fomitopsis
core group. This fungus, well known
for its use...
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