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Definition of the noun armillaria

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noun - plural: -

  1. genus of edible mushrooms having white spores an annulus and blue juice; some are edible; some cause root rot

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Phrases with Armillaria

Phrases starting with the word Armillaria:

  1. Armillaria Ectypa
  2. Armillaria Edodes
  3. Armillaria Boryana
  4. armillaria zelleri
  5. armillaria caligata
  6. Armillaria Denigrata
  7. armillaria ponderosa
  8. Armillaria Raphanica
  9. Armillaria Multicolor
  10. Armillaria Rhombospora
  11. Armillaria Edodes Edodes
  12. Armillaria Edodes Sterilis

Phrases ending with the word Armillaria:

  1. genus armillaria
  2. booted armillaria

Other phrases containing the word Armillaria:

  1. Species Armillaria Ectypa
  2. Species Armillaria Edodes
  3. Species Armillaria Boryana
  4. Species Armillaria Denigrata
  5. Species Armillaria Raphanica
  6. Form Armillaria Edodes Edodes

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Armillaria

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Google previewAn Evaluation of the U.S. Navy's Extremely Low Frequency Submarine Communications Ecological Monitoring Program (1997)

by National Research Council (U.S.). Committee to Evaluate the U.S. Navy's Extremely Low Frequency Communications System Ecological Monitoring Program

Armillaria is a suitable organism for studying the effects of environmental changes on heterotrophic decomposer and disease organisms. Selection of Response Variables Litter Decomposition Mass loss at various times during incubation was ...

Google previewA Plain and Easy Account of the British Fungi (1871)

With Descriptions of the Esculent and Poisonous Species, Etc. and a Tabular Arrangement of Orders and Genera by Mordecai Cubitt Cooke

The gub-genus Armillaria is a small one, and contains but one species said to be edible. The three other species found in Britain are either local or uncommon. The veil is but partial, the substance of the hymenophorum, on which, the gills are ...

Google previewIntegrated Pest Management for Stone Fruits (1999)

by Larry L. Strand

Armillaria is a wood-decay fungus; once it has killed the cambium on a root, it then moves into the woody tissues and causes a rot. Aboveground symptoms of trees infected with oak root fungus vary but are typical of most root diseases.

Google previewIntroduction to Plant Pathology (2006)

by Richard N. Strange

Armillaria is a virulent pathogen of woody plants which spreads through the soil, commonly from stumps of old trees by means of rhizomorphs and by mycelium at sites of root contact. At present there are only two methods used to combat the ...

Google previewEcology and Management of Sitka Spruce (2011)

Emphasizing Its Natural Range in British Columbia by N. Merle Peterson, Patrick Martin

Armillaria is a wood decay organism in roots, lower boles, and stumps of dead and living trees. It spreads to living trees through rhizomorphs growing from infected stumps or debris, or when the roots of an infected tree come into contact with ...

Google previewIdaho Panhandle National Forests (N.F.), North Fork St. Joe River Project, Shoshone County (1999)

Environmental Impact Statement

Armillaria is the most common root pathogen of lodgepole pine, leading to reduced growth, mortality, windfall and butt rot (Krebill, 1975). It has been reported that thirty percent of some lodgepole pine stands have been killed by Armillaria.

Google previewAssembling the Tree of Life (2004)

by Joel Cracraft, Michael J. Donoghue

Armillaria is a wood-decaying timber pathogen that forages along the forest floor using rootlike rhizomophs. Most other basidiomycetes, especially those that colonize patchy, ephemeral resources (e.g., dung) or that lack rhizomorphs, probably ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopaedia of Agricultural Science and Technology: Horticultural crops (2008)

by Srinivasa Naidu

Armillaria root rot is a disease that results from planting vines on ground on which host plants ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Fruit and Nuts (2008)

by Jules Janick, Robert E. Paull

Common name Pest, pathogen or cause Bacterial diseases Bacterial canker Bacterial spot, bacteriosis Crown gall Plum leaf scald Fungal diseases Anthracnose Armillaria root rot, oak root rot Clitocybe root rot Black knot Blossom blight, brown ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Plant Sciences (2012)

by Michael Allaby

Armillaria. (family *Tricholomataceae) A genus of *Fungi in which the *fruit bodies , which typically occur in clusters, are *mushroomshaped but very variable in colour (ochre to brown) and appearance; the *spores are white. It includes A.

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

mild sweet taste arme RitterGermany French toast, pain perdue Armillaria edodes Botanical name Matsutake Armillaria mellea Botanical nameHoney fungus armleti Italy Savoury dumplings from Tuscany Armoracia rusticana Botanical name ...

Google previewAinsworth & Bisby's Dictionary of the Fungi (2008)

by Geoffrey Clough Ainsworth

Armillaria (Fr.) Staude (1857), Physalacriaceae. 35, widespread. Most species cause serious root diseases in woody plants; some form orchid mycorrhizas.

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

Armenian cucumber (USAl A sweetish cucumher which grows in a coiled shape 25 to 50 cm long Armenian wax pepper chilli ( USAl A long waxy-skinned yellow chilli pepper with a relatively mild sweet taste Armillaria edodes Bot. Matsutake ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Pronunciation for Current English (2017)

by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.

ros armillaria BR a.m{'le:rio(r) AM armo'lario.

Google previewLexicon of Plant Pests and Diseases (2013)

by Manuel Merino-RodrĂ­guez

de Fichtennadelrost piramidal disseccamento apicale dei germogli dei pioppi, defogliazione primaverile del pioppo Absterben der Pyramidpappeln F U NGI : Basìdiomycetcs 1578 Agaricus melleus see; Armilla'ria mellea 1579 Armillaria ...

Google previewDictionary of Antibiotic Products (1992)

by John S. Glasby, John Stephen Glasby

ARMILLARIA A. mellea Armillaric acid Yan et al.

Google previewDictionary of DNA and Genome Technology (2010)

by Paul Singleton

Armillaria (F) Arthrobacter (B) Aschersonia ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Palms (2017)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (2 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi

Armillariella tabescens (Agaricus gymnopodius, Agaricus monadelphus, Agaricus tabescens, Armillaria mellea var. exannulata, Armillaria mellea var. tabescens, Armillaria tabescens, Clitocybe ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microbiology (2009)

Table 5 Plant pathogenic basidiomycetes Order Characteristics Examples Holobasidiomycetes Heterobasidiomycetes yeast-like cells Urediniomycetes Ustilaginomycetes smutted groups Armillaria mellea (shoestring root rot) Crinipellis ...

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