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  • Mycelium (plural mycelia) is the vegetative part of a fungus, consisting of a mass of branching, thread-like hyphae.
  • The mass of hyphae is sometimes called shiro, especially within the fairy ring fungi.
  • Fungal colonies composed of mycelia are found in soil and on or within many other substrates.
  • A typical single spore germinates into a homokaryotic mycelium, which cannot reproduce sexually.
  • When two compatible homokaryotic mycelia join and form a dikaryotic mycelium, that mycelium may form fruiting bodies such as mushrooms.
  • Mushrooms aren't like plants, a single mushroom does not constitute an entire organism.
  • In fact, the mushroom    itself is not even the body  of the organism, it is the fruit
  • The mycelium is there throughout the year, in the soil or in the log, and is not a static object.
  • It grows and may die it reacts to varying environmental conditions and other organisms, producing different    growth forms or structures, depending circumstances.
  • Mycofiltration is the use of mycelium as a membrane for filtering out microorganisms, pollutants, and silt.
  • Habitats infused with mycelium reduce downstream particulate flow, mitigate erosion,   filter out bacteria and protozoa, and modulate water through the soil.
  • More than a mile of threadlike mycelia cells   can infuse a gram of soil.
  • These fine filaments function as a cellular net that catches particles and,  in some cases, digests them
  • As the substrate debris is digested, microcavities form and fill with air or water, providing buoyant, aerobic infrastructures with vast surface areas.
  • Mycelium is vital in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems for its role in  the decomposition of plant material.
  •  It contributes to the   organic fraction of soil,    and its growth releases carbon dioxide back into  the atmosphere.
  • The mycelium of mycorrhizal fungi increases the efficiency of water and nutrient absorption of most plants and confers resistance to some plant pathogens.
  • Mycelium is an important food source for many soil invertebrates
  • Mycelium are fungal threads that form a network, usually underground.
  • But mycelial networks can cover as much as thousands of acres, making certain varieties of fungi the largest organisms in the world, as well as some of the oldest.
  • Mycelium
  • The mycelium growth
  • Mycoremediation
  • What is spawn& what is mycelium
  • Mycelium sentence examples
  • What is mycelium and mycofiltration
  • Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)
  • Messing with mycelium


  • Agaricus blazei murrill mycelia
  • Cordyceps sinensis
  • Full spectrum™ mycelium products
  • Myco essentials products
  • Nammex medicinal mushroom products
  • Poor man's mycelium syringe tek
  • Use of mycelium by cardiac patients


  • Difference between mycelia and hyphae
  • Eliminating wood waste
  • Kinetic analysis of gene expression during mycelium to yeast transition and yeast to mycelium germination in paracoccidioides brasiliensis.
  • Mighty mycelium
  • Dealing with mushroom flies
  • Mycelial morphology: important process variable
  • Mycofiltration
  • Optimization of growth conditions of lentinus edodes mycelium
    on corn processing waste using response surface analysis


  • Method for obtaining mycelium from the genus polyporus
  • Cultivation of morchella
  • Production of natural truffle flavours from truffle mycelium
  • Controlling zoonotic disease vectors from insects and arthropods using preconidial mycelium and extracts of preconidial mycelium from entomo pathogenic fungi
  • Substrate and method for growing shiitake mushrooms [lentinus edodes (berk.) singer] and new shiitake strain
  • Gluconic acid production
  • Process for production of mushroom inoculum
  • Production of mushroom spawn
  • Method of producing mushroom spawn
  • Method of culturing agaricus bisporus mycelium and medium for culturing the same
  • Method for extracting a basidiomycetes mycelium-containing culture medium using β-1,3-glucanase
  • Use of fungal mycelium as a soil adjuvant
  • Mycelial fertilizer

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  • Cordyceps sinensis mycelium extract powder
  • Ganoderma mycelium – an enriched supplement good for the whole family
  • Grow your own mushrooms
  • Limiting fungal spread in buildings without the use of toxic biocides
  • Mushroom grow projects
  • North american medicinal mushroom extracts
  • Cultivation of oyster mushroom
  • Packing with fungi
  • Mycelium poncho web
  • Tiens cordyceps mycelium


  • Bambermycins
  • Biosol
  • Maxiban premix
  • Oxidate, Strop
  • Pest management for grain storage and fumigation
  • Prestop
  • Pythium blight
  • Science lab in mycelium
  • Prestop epa


  • Mycelium uses associated with adhd
  • Car parts made of mushrooms
  • Mycelium running:
    how fungi can help save the world
  • Medicinal mushrooms
  • Mycelium running:
  • The mycelial mind


  • About mycelium running
  • Grand ménage de printemps
  • Moulds and man
  • Glossary of mycological terms
  • We produce top-quality mycelium for a large number of cultivable mushrooms
  • Life stages of fungi
  • The mycokey mycelium blog
  • What is mycelium

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