Learn More
Lentinula edodes is the second most important cultivated mushroom worldwide, the most commercial strains have been identified only through traditional phenotypic analysis. In this study, a simple rapid PCR-based molecular method was developed for distinguishing commercial strains of L. edodes by developing specific sequence characterized amplified region(More)
Boletus roseoflavus is described as a new species based on morphological and molecular studies of the type collection and additional materials. Boletus roseoflavus is morphologically distinct from other related species (B. regius, B. appendiculatus, and B. speciosus) by its light pink, pink, or rosy pileus, lemon yellow or golden yellow context, and lemon(More)
Cadmium (Cd) is one of the most serious environmental pollutants. Filamentous fungi are very promising organisms for controlling and reducing the amount of heavy metals released by human and industrial activities. However, the molecular mechanisms involved in Cd accumulation and tolerance of filamentous fungi are not fully understood. Agaricus blazei(More)
A tele-operation robotic system using bilateral control is useful for performing restoration in damaged areas, and also in extreme environments such as space, the seabed and deep underground. The system consists of an excavator as the construction robot, and two joysticks for operating the robot from a safe place. Operator needs to feel a realistic sense of(More)
The preinfection stage of establishment of the mycorrhiza before physical contact between symbionts is crucial, as changes that occur throughout mycorrhiza formation are set in motion at this time. To improve the understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved in the fungus Pisolithus tinctorius during its interaction with its symbiotic partner Pinus(More)
To study the correlations and relationship between spore yield and various macromorphological traits of Ganoderma lingzhi, a field experiment was conducted in a randomized block design with 3 replications. Ten macromorphological traits, including pileus diameter, pileus crust thickness, context thickness, tube thickness, pileus thickness, stipe length,(More)
Reliability is an important research issue in wireless sensor networks(WSNs). Many literatures about how to improve network reliability in WSNs have been proposed, however the research on establishing evaluation models of reliability for WSNs is yet insufficient. In this paper, a model to evaluate the reliability of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is(More)
  • 1