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face fungus

A beard; stubble. Ugh, I'm not a fan of all that face fungus—give me a clean-shaven guy any day.
See also: face, fungus

fungus-face

slang Someone who has a beard or stubble. Ugh, I'm not a fan of his fungus-face—I much prefer him clean-shaven.

(face) fungus

n. whiskers; a beard. If John would shave off that face fungus, he’d look a lot better.
See also: face, fungus

fungus

verb

fungus-face

n. a bearded man. (see also (face) fungus. See also fuzz-face.) Hey, fungus-face! Who is that behind all the fuzz?
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"You can't just replace Fungi, when he's gone he's gone but he's showing no signs."
Because of a close evolutionary relationship between fungi and animals, the researchers suspect that early forms of microscopic animal life may have lived at the same time as Ourasphaira.
Townshend (1964) reported that Aphelenchus avenae and Bursaphelenchus fungivorus were attracted to 57 of 59 plant pathogenic and saprophyte fungi. Nematodes directly oscillated to fungi colonies without any random movements.
Some types of mushrooms are also used in the production of acids and medical purposes, such as the production of penicillin and in some fungi, especially in biological control.
According to the first-ever State of the World's Fungi report, Scientists at London's Kew Botanical Gardens reported that these organisms have the potential to break down waste plastic an imporrtant advance in a world where momentum is building to reverse the toxic tide of plastic that is killing marine life and polluting the ocean.
A recent report titled "State of the World's Fungi 2018" and released by London's Kew Gardens is a comprehensive assessment of known species of fungi in the world.
The plates were incubated at 250C and monitored regularly for the growth of the endophytic fungi. Sub culturing of the fungus
Microbial sources include a large number of bacteria and fungi which produce phytase through fermentation using a great variety of substrates.
The study of fungus is still a growing field, and researchers say a number of fungi are yet to be discovered.
Often described as the orchids of the fungi world, thanks their bright colours, these are members of the stunning waxcap family, each adding pockets of vivid hues to landscapes that, in Wales, harbour some of the world's most important sites.
The kingdom fungi contains four phyla: Chytridiomycota, Zygomycota, Ascomycota, and Basidiomycota.
Interwoven with short essays on the lessons of the fungi, "Radical Mycology" begins with chapters that explore the uniqueness of fungal biology, the critical ecological roles of micro and macro fungi, skills for accurately identifying mushrooms and mycorrhizal fungi, the importance of lichens as indicators of environmental health, and the profound influences that fungi have held on the evolution of all life and human cultures.
Recently, marine-related resources including plants, sponges, corals, alga and fungi have become the promising sources of biologically active products for developments new drugs [6][13].
Tom's contribution to the study of natural history and to fungi in particular has been longstanding, wide-ranging, and significant at all levels.
SOME of Wales' top fungi experts will be mixing science with fun at the third annual Wales Fungus Day at the National Botanic Garden in West Wales next month.