American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See pore fungus.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fungus belonging to the genus Polyporus.
- n. Any of a group of tough, leathery poroid mushrooms similar to boletes but typically lacking a distinct stalk.
- n. woody pore fungi; any fungus of the family Polyporaceae or family Boletaceae having the spore-bearing surface within tubes or pores; the fruiting bodies are usually woody at maturity and persistent
“Reishi has a smooth, dark-reddish-mahogany varnished cap, with whitish edges when young, but flip it over and you'll find a white-yellowish underside filled with tiny pin-prick pores it's a polypore, a brown spore print.”
“This catalyzing event sets off an international promenade to uncover the secrets of the polypore, as newfound clues lead the duo through the urban landscapes of New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Barcelona and Tokyo.”
“This catalyzing event sets off an international promenade to uncover the secrets of the polypore, as newfound clues lead the duo through the urban landscapes of New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Barcelona and”
“One day, through a bizarre series of chemical reactions, a rare breed of polypore grows from a plant in Paul's bedroom - imbuing him with telepathic abilities.”
“You might also consider. .. the Weil Immune Support Formula [,] which contains both astragalus and immune-supportive polypore mushrooms”
“And the Federal Trade Commission, in drweil. com, said the site had better quit saying that its Immune Support Formula, which is listed as containing the astragalus plant and polypore mushrooms, including reishi, "can help ward off colds and flu.”
“A large specimen of birch polypore (Piptoporus betulinus) growing on the underside of a fallen trunk. says:”
“A copy of the release is also available on our website at www. polypore.net in the Investor Relations section.”
“You might also consider ... the Weil Immune Support Formula which contains both astragalus and immune-supportive polypore mushrooms. ”
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