Cerioporus

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Cerioporus is a genus of fungi in the family Polyporaceae. The type species is Cerioporus squamosus. Many species in Cerioporus were formerly placed in the genus Polyporus, however phylogenetic analysis shows that Cerioporus is a separate genus.[1] It has been reported that mushrooms have significant antioxidant and antimicrobial activity. [2]

Structure of basidiocarp

The basidiocarps are tough, especially when mature. The form is polyporoid to trametoid. The spores are fusoid.[1]

Hyphae

The hyphae are Dimitic, composed of binding or skeletal hyphae. The skeletal hyphae is inflated and axial.[1]

Species

References

  1. ^ a b c Zmitrovich, Ivan V. (2016). "Lentinoid and Polyporoid Fungi, Two Generic Conglomerates Containing Important Medicinal Mushrooms in Molecular Perspective". International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms. 18 (1): 23–38. doi:10.1615/intjmedmushrooms.v18.i1.40. PMID 27279442. Retrieved 25 May 2016.
  2. ^ Sevindik, Mustafa. "The novel biological tests on various extracts of Cerioporus varius". Fresenius Environmental Bulletin. 28 (5): 3713–3717.

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Cerioporus: Brief Summary

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Cerioporus is a genus of fungi in the family Polyporaceae. The type species is Cerioporus squamosus. Many species in Cerioporus were formerly placed in the genus Polyporus, however phylogenetic analysis shows that Cerioporus is a separate genus. It has been reported that mushrooms have significant antioxidant and antimicrobial activity.

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