Cyathus


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Cyathus

An ancient Roman unit of volume approximately equivalent to 45 milliliters.
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2) reported the use of Phanerochaete chrysosporium, Cyathus stercoreus, Cythus bulleri and Pycnoporous cinnabarinus in hydrolysing lignocellulosic wastes leaving cellulose and hemicellulose network in the residual portion.
Adversus urinae difficultatem piperis longi, castorei, murrae, galbani, papaveris lacrimae, croci, costi unciae singulae; styracis, resinae terebenthinae pondo sextantes, melabsinthi cyathus.
Production and characterization of laccase from Cyathus bulleri and its use in decolorization of recalcitrant textile dyes.
We collected genera whose distribution is restricted to a temperate climate, such as Lycoperdon, Scleroderma, and Cyathus, exclusively in oak forest.
l, Biotec Pharmacon ASA, Birken AG, Blueberry Therapeutics Ltd, CYATHUS EXQUIRERE PharmaforschungsGmbH, Dongkook Pharmaceutical Co.
When the mandrake is used as a sleeping draught, the quantity administered should be proportionate to the strength (health) of the patient, a moderate dose being one cyathus (one glass full).
administering about one cyathus to insomniacs, to those in much pain, and those undergoing surgery or cauterization whom they wish to anesthetize.
Biological degradation of tannins in sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) by the white rot fungi Ceriporiopsis subvermispora and Cyathus ster-coreus analyzed by solid-state 13C nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Apart from bacterial degradation, biological degradation of tannins in Sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) leaves by the white--rot fungi Ceriporiopsis subvermispora and Cyathus stercoreus (Gamble et al.
However, entire rice straw (leaf and stem) treated with Cyathus stercoreus had the highest IVDMD compared to the other fungi (Karunanandaa et al.
hirsute, Cyathus bulleri, Ganoderma lucidum, Pycnoporus coccineus, 76% with Coriolopsis gallica, Amanita citrine, and Laccaria bicolor (Fig.