Translation of fungus in Spanish:


hongo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfʌŋɡəs//ˈfəŋɡəs/


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    hongo masculine
    • Filamentous ascomycete fungi have nearly twice as many genes and are much more typical higher fungi than yeasts.
    • In season, a wider variety of fungi, including chanterelles, is perfect.
    • Data about antioxidative systems in mycorrhizal fungi in pure culture and in symbiosis are scarce.
    • Jasmonic acid is likely to occur ubiquitously in the plant kingdom, and it has also been found in some fungi.
    • There's a variety of mushrooms and other fungi about too, for the budding amateur mycologist.
    • The best thing to do with old cherry trunks is to let them lie in the woods, rotting down to feed fungi and invertebrates.
    • The ring is caused by one of several fungi that grow on organic matter in the soil.
    • The funguses in which penicillin was discovered use it to kill bacteria which might compete with them for food.
    • Now I've got to tell you I'm no expert in mushrooms toadstools and fungi in general.
    • Endophytic bacteria and fungi act both as growth promoters and as biocontrol agents.
    • Bacteria, fungi and plants synthesize pantothenate, but animals obtain it from their diet.
    • One side was fence, the other a swamp, a mire skewered by rotting birch trunks bracketed by hard tinder fungi.
    • Bacteria and fungi are largely responsible for the breakdown of organic matter on Earth.
    • As mycorrhizal fungi can extend for some distance out from the plant root, this region can be significant.
    • Active sodium export is a well-investigated phenomenon in bacteria, fungi and animals.
    • So-called sour rot is due to a mix of fungi, yeasts, acetic acid bacteria, and fruit fly larvae.
    • Sulphate assimilation is present in plants, algae, fungi, and many autotrophic prokaryotes.
    • The combination of air and wet silage and heat make an ideal environment for yeasts and fungi to multiply.
    • Carotenoid pigments are synthesized by all higher plants, algae, and some bacteria and fungi.
    • It may be less well known that ethylene is also produced naturally by bacteria and fungi.