- n. Plural form of mycelium.
“With support from NSF, McIntyre and Bayer are developing a new, less energy-intensive method to sterilize their agricultural-waste starter material -- a necessary step for enabling the mushroom fibers, called mycelia, to grow.”
“An "expert" told us the mushroom grows from that underground mycelia, which is why I knew it so I could write it in the paragraph above.”
“It is older than animals, older than mushrooms, older even than mycelia.”
“A lot of it is good, as underground mushroom membranes mycelia learn to absorb and detoxify even ugly wastes and poisons.”
“In good tempeh, the beans are knit together by a mat of white mycelia.”
“Although it is not known if this trend also applies to the species diversity of fungal mycelia (the belowground network of fungal filaments or hyphae), it is clear that the amount of fungal hyphae is low in the Arctic .”
“The mushroom project is still going, albeit slowly, as we are waiting for the mycelia to do their magic within our plastic bags stuffed with pasteurized banana leaves.”
“Just so they won't feel left out, here are the other fungi mentioned by Riggs that are quite suitable for his invention: Ascomycete mycelia; Bjerkandera sordidicola sp BOS55; Pycnoporus cinnabarinus; Stachybotrys; Inonotius dryophilus; Perenniporia medulla-panis; Ganoderma oregonense; Trametes versicolor; Phellinus badius; Agaricus bisporus; Pieurotus ostreatus; Lentinula edodes; and Phanerochaete Chrysosporium.”
“The mean number of days it took the mycelia to fill 50 bags is 35 days for season A and 60 days for season B, from the beginning of inoculation.”
“In season A, the shortened number of days for the mycelia to fill a bag is 29 days and the longest period is 35 days.”
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