A genus of saprophytic fungi in the family Nidulariaceae. They look like small bird's nests complete with eggs. The eggs are small capsules known as peridioles, which contain the spores.
A phylum of fungi that produce their sexual spores (basidiospores) on the outside of the basidium. It includes forms commonly known as mushrooms, boletes, puffballs, earthstars, stinkhorns, bird's-nest fungi, jelly fungi, bracket or shelf fungi, and rust and smut fungi.

Total synthesis of cyathin A(3) and cyathin B(2). (1/3)

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Inbreeding depression in urban environments of the bird's nest fungus Cyathus stercoreus (Nidulariaceae: Basidiomycota). (2/3)

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Construction of an endogenous selectable marker gene for the rice straw degrading white-rot basidiomycete Cyathus stercoreus. (3/3)

Cyathus stercoreus has a superior ability to increase the cellulase saccharification yields of rice straw under biological pretreatment. As a first step to improve the biological pretreatment efficiency of C. stercoreus further, a new gene transformation system was constructed. Uracil auxotrophic mutant uv-180 was generated as host strain by ultraviolet radiation. It was transformed using plasmid pGE containing the orotate phosphoribosyltransferase (CsURA5) and enhanced green fluorescent protein (egfp). Many transformants exhibited strong fluorescence, indicating successful genetic transformation. An intron was needed for the expression of egfp. The EGFP fluorescence intensities of the three transformants did not decay even after subculturing on uracil-containing semisolid medium 5 times, suggesting that the transformed plasmids were stably retained in the absence of selective pressure.  (+info)

"Cyathus" is a genus of fungi in the family Nidulariaceae. These fungi are commonly known as "bird's nest fungi" because their fruiting bodies resemble tiny bird's nests with egg-like structures inside called peridioles. Each peridiole contains spores that are dispersed when rain droplets splash into the "nest," propelling the peridioles out.

The term "Cyathus" itself is a technical name used in taxonomy and does not have a specific medical definition. However, some species of Cyathus have been reported to produce compounds with potential medicinal applications, such as anti-tumor or anti-inflammatory agents. However, more research is needed before these compounds can be considered for medical use.

Basidiomycota is a phylum in the kingdom Fungi that consists of organisms commonly known as club fungi or club mushrooms. The name Basidiomycota is derived from the presence of a characteristic reproductive structure called a basidium, which is where spores are produced.

The basidiomycetes include many familiar forms such as mushrooms, toadstools, bracket fungi, and other types of polypores. They have a complex life cycle that involves both sexual and asexual reproduction. The sexual reproductive stage produces a characteristic fruiting body, which may be microscopic or highly visible, depending on the species.

Basidiomycota fungi play important ecological roles in decomposing organic matter, forming mutualistic relationships with plants, and acting as parasites on other organisms. Some species are economically important, such as edible mushrooms, while others can be harmful or even deadly to humans and animals.

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... also known as the field bird's nest is a species of saprobic fungus in the genus Cyathus of the family ... Cyathus olla is thick-walled, and flared outwards at the rim; the rim is typically wavy in outline. The 'eggs', or peridioles, ... The related species Cyathus earlei Lloyd closely resembles C. olla, although mating analysis has shown that they are distinct ... Cyathus olla has ovate-shaped spores with dimensions of 10-14 × 6-8 μm. In 1927, George Willard Martin examined the microscopic ...
Cyathus stercoreus is similar, but grows in dung and its cups are not grooved. Fungi portal List of Cyathus species Bulliard P ... "GSD Species Synonymy: Cyathus striatus". Index Fungorum. CAB International. Retrieved 2014-07-01. Phillips R. "Cyathus striatus ... "Metabolites of bird's nest fungi-19 New triterpenoid carboxylic acids from Cyathus striatus and Cyathus pygmaeus". Tetrahedron ... Cyathus striatus has proven to be a rich source of bioactive chemical compounds. It was first reported in 1971 to produce " ...
... or Helena's bird's nest is a species of fungus in the genus Cyathus, family Nidulariaceae. Like other members ... Like many other Cyathus species, the cup is attached to its growing surface by a clump of mycelium called an emplacement; in C ... The resemblance that Cyathus helenae bears to a miniature bird's nest with eggs is the source for its common name, bird's nest ... Cyathus helenae is distinguished from the more common C. striatus by its faint inner-surface plication (C. striatus has a more ...
Cyathus is Latin for cup, bowl. Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus was named with reference to P. cupatus (cupatus means ''in form of ... Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus is a small monogenean, 0.4 mm-1.2 mm in length. The species has the general characteristics of ... Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus is a diplectanid monogenean parasitic on the gills of the grouper Epinephelus howlandi. It has ... The type-host and only recorded host of P. cyathus is the grouper Epinephelus howlandi (Serranidae: Epinephelinae). The type- ...
... , commonly known as the dung-loving bird's nest or the dung bird's nest, is a species of fungus in the genus ... Cyathus stercoreus has been investigated for its ability to break down lignin and cellulose in agricultural byproducts, like ... 1978). "Ultrastructure of Cyathus stercoreus".Mycologia 70(6): 1181-1190. Brodie, The Bird's Nest Fungi, p. 168. Martin GW. ( ... The life cycle of Cyathus stercoreus, which contains both haploid and diploid stages, is typical of taxa in the basidiomycetes ...
... is a species of fungus belonging to the genus Cyathus. It was first documented in 1844 by French mycologists ...
1992). "New species and new variety of Cyathus". Acta Mycologica Sinica 11: 23-7. Brodie, p. 172. Brodie HJ. (1971). "Cyathus ... Cyathus is a genus of fungi in the family Nidulariaceae. Along with the genera Crucibulum, Mycocalia, Nidula and Nidularia, ... 1974). "Cyathus crispus, a new species from Ghana". Canadian Journal of Botany 52: 1661-3. Brodie, pp. 157-7. Brodie, p. 157. ... 1971). "Cyathus pictus, a large-spored bird's nest fungus from Mexico". Canadian Journal of Botany 49: 1613-4. Brodie, p. 171. ...
allopolyploid: the widespread Cyathus stercoreus, the allotetraploid lager yeast Saccharomyces pastorianus, the allotriploid ... Lu BC (1964). "Polyploidy in the Basidiomycete Cyathus stercoreus". American Journal of Botany. 51 (3): 343-347. doi:10.2307/ ...
N. striata and N. vernicosa are now placed in Cyathus, while N. laevis is in Crucibulum. Bulliard's concept of Nidularia is ... Formerly classified in the family Nidulariaceae, along with other bird's nest fungi genera (Cyathus, Crucibulum, Nidula, and ... synonymous with Cyathus. Nidularia was again circumscribed in 1817 by Swedish mycologist Elias Magnus Fries and his student ...
... may be readily confused with species of Nidula or Cyathus, especially older, weathered specimens of Cyathus that may ... Cyathus differs from genus Crucibulum by having a distinct three-layered wall and a more intricate funiculus. Derived from the ... The specific epithet of this species refers to the vase-like or Cyathus-like (obconic) form of the peridia. It differs from ... The funiculus of Crucibulum species is markedly different from those of Cyathus species: in Crucibulum, the purse is a rounded ...
Category:Taxa named by Johannes Rick Barbosa MMB, Cruz RHSF, Calonge FD, Baseia IG (2014). "Two new records of Cyathus species ...
Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus, Pseudorhabdosynochus calathus and Pseudorhabdosynochus youngi. The name of the species is after ... with descriptions of Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus n. sp. and P. calathus n. sp". Systematic Parasitology. 64 (2): 69-90. doi: ...
Genus: Cyathus Cyathus berkeleyanus Lloyd Cyathus dasypus Nees Cyathus hookeri Berk. Cyathus laevis Thunb. Cyathus microsporus ... Cyathus poeppigii Tul. Cyathus rufipes Ellis. Cyathus stercoreus de Toni. Cyathus stercoreus f. leseurii Tul. Cyathus sulcatus ... Cyathus minutosporus Lloyd Cyathus montagnei Tul. Cyathus olla Pers. Cyathus pallidus Berk. & Curt. Cyathus plicatulus Poepp. ... Cyathus verrucosus DC. Genus: Cyeloconium Cyeloconuim oleaginum Cast. Genus: Cycloschizon Cycloschizon brachylaenae P.Henn. ...
A similar etymology was used for P. cyathus Hinsinger & Justine, 2006. The type-host and only recorded host of P. calathus is ... with descriptions of Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus n. sp. and P. calathus n. sp". Systematic Parasitology. 64 (2): 69-90. doi: ...
They are named for their cup-shaped (cyathus-) and persistent stipules (stipula). It ranges from the Ivory Coast in the west, ...
Mercier J, Carson TD, White DB (1999). "Fairy rings in turf associated with the bird's nest fungus Cyathus stercoreus". Plant ... rivulosa Chlorophyllum molybdites Chlorophyllum rhacodes Cortinarius bellus Cortinarius glaucopus Cortinarius violaceus Cyathus ...
wineglassesful, or cyathus vinarius in pharmaceutical Latin) was defined as 1⁄8 of a pint, (2 fluid ounces by US measure, or 21 ... These units bear little relation to the capacity of most contemporary wineglasses, or to the ancient Roman cyathus. Decanter ...
Wasser's research found that Cyathus striatus, one of the strains, was effective in treating pancreatic cancer in animal trials ...
Cyathus, Phallus, Battarrea and Tulostoma. He then expanded his research to other areas of Mexico: Sonora, State of Mexico and ...
Cyathus Fruiting bodies vase-, trumpet- or urn-shaped with dimensions of 4-8 mm wide by 7-18 mm tall. Fruiting bodies are brown ... The color of the peridioles is characteristic of the genera: Cyathus has black peridioles, Nidularia and Nidula have brown ... A 2002 phylogenetic study of ribosomal DNA from various gasteroid species, including Cyathus striatus and Crucibulum laeve as ... The five genera within the family, namely, Crucibulum, Cyathus, Mycocalia, Nidula, and Nidularia, are distinguished from each ...
Near this town the river Cyathus flowed into the Achelous from the lake Hyria, which is also called Conope by Antoninus ...
It was the half of the sextarius or ξέστης, and contained six cyathi, or nearly half a pint English. This measure was used by ...
The bird's nest fungi, which include the genera Cyathus and Crucibulum, form miniature, egg-like packets of spores within cup- ...
Solomon Wasser, a professor from Haifa University, has found that Cyathus striatus is effective in treating pancreatic cancer ...
... cyathus Hinsinger & Justine, 2006 P. dionysos Schoelinck & Justine, 2011 P. dolicocolpos Neifar & Euzet, 2007 P. duitoe Justine ... with descriptions of Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus n. sp. and P. calathus n. sp". Systematic Parasitology. 64 (2): 69-90. doi: ...
Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus, Pseudorhabdosynochus calathus and Pseudorhabdosynochus youngi. According to Laird, the name of ... with descriptions of Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus n. sp. and P. calathus n. sp". Systematic Parasitology. 64 (2): 69-90. doi: ...
... since it possessed a shrine said to have been dedicated by Heracles to his cupbearer Cyathus, whom he had unintentionally slain ...
... including Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus and Pseudorhabdosynochus calathus, should be included in a "Pseudorhabdosynochus cupatus ... with descriptions of Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus n. sp. and P. calathus n. sp". Systematic Parasitology. 64 (2): 69-90. doi: ...
... with descriptions of Pseudorhabdosynochus cyathus n. sp. and P. calathus n. sp". Systematic Parasitology. 64 (2): 69-90. doi: ...
Cyathus stercoreus is considered endangered in a number of European countries. Some species of Cyathus are also known as splash ... Cyathus may be readily confused with species of Nidula or Crucibulum, especially older, weathered specimens of Cyathus that may ... In the genus Cyathus, as a peridiole is jerked out of its cup, the funiculus is torn and this makes possible the expansion of a ... Cyathus is a genus of fungi in the Nidulariaceae, which is a family collectively known as the birds nest fungi. They are given ...
Base of the evolutionary tree for Cyathus ambiguus. ← parent Species Cyathus ambiguus ...
Cyathus. striatus. L 632 828 Daedaleopsis. confragosa. L 481 454 Ganoderma. applanatum. L 518 460 ...
Bhandari DR, Shen T, Römpp A, Zorn H, Spengler B (2014) Analysis of cyathane type diterpenoids from Cyathus striatus and ...
Cyathus olla. Field Birds Nest. Amanitaceae. Amanita rubescens. Blusher. Bulgariaceae. Bulgaria inquinans. Bachelors Buttons ...
Identificación de stephensharrett: Cyathus striatus, un miembro de Hongos Nido de Pájaro (Familia Nidulariaceae) Añadido el 12 ... Identificación de stephensharrett: Cyathus striatus, un miembro de Hongos Nido de Pájaro (Familia Nidulariaceae) Añadido el 12 ...
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Cyathus minutus (Leers) Hoffm., Veg. crypt. 2:6, tab. 2, fig, 2 (1790) [see pdf] ...
Fluted Birds Nest Fungus (Cyathus striatus) Observer. katrina116 Date. January 20, 2024 12:51 PM AEST ...
Birds nest fungus, Cyathus olla CYA7976 Blue-green algae ABS4522 Caladenia Major GSS1564 ...
chofungis ID: Fluted Birds Nest Fungus (Cyathus striatus) Added on March 24, 2024 Supporting ...
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Fluted Birds Nest Fungus (Cyathus striatus) - Widespread. Resembles a miniature birds nest with numerous tiny eggs which ...
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Cyathus : Cyathus stercoreus , Habia ildaskatua , Habia leuna. *Cystoderma : Galanperna arrosa , Galanperna zinabrio-kolorea , ...
It is administered in doses of four oboli, beaten up in two cyathi of oxymel. The kind that grows in Galatia is generally ...
At pH 8 only 20% is Chlorine Sanitizer; the rest will be CYA - this results in over-stabilization of the Chlorine sanitizer so ...
16 Et vasa ad diversos usus mensæ, acetabula, phialas, et cyathos, et thuribula, ex auro puro, in quibus offerenda sunt ...
Brazil: Cyathus aurantogriseocarpus on decaying wood, Perenniporia brasiliensis on decayed wood, Perenniporia paraguyanensis on ... nov.) on Mimusops caffra.Spain: Clavaria griseobrunnea on bare ground in Pteridium aquilinum field, Cyathus ibericus on small ... Cyathus isometricus on decaying wood, Geastrum caririense on soil, Lycoperdon demoulinii (incl. Lycoperdon subg. Arenicola) on ...
Using cannabinoids and the Cyathus Striatus for the development of medicine for cancer (pancreatic and colon cancers) - PR - ... reports it received exclusive use of a patent for the development of drugs based on the extract of Cyathus striatus fungus. The ... of which is the development of a botanical drug for cancer-based on a unique combination of cannabinoids with the Cyathus ...
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  • Herzliya, Israel - 2 January 2022 - Cannabotech, which develops, among other things, medical cannabis-based products and fungal extracts, reports it received exclusive use of a patent for the development of drugs based on the extract of Cyathus striatus fungus. (cannadelics.com)
  • Along with our preventative medicine products that are already available today, we are operating in the medium-long term in a variety of clinical trials, the most significant of which is the development of a botanical drug for cancer-based on a unique combination of cannabinoids with the Cyathus striatus fungus. (cannadelics.com)
  • Later (1906), Lloyd published a different concept of infrageneric grouping in Cyathus, describing five groups, two in the eucyathus group and five in the olla group. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the 1970s, Brodie, in his monograph on bird's nest fungi, separated the genus Cyathus into seven related groups based on a number of taxonomic characteristics, including the presence or absence of plications, the structure of the peridioles, the color of the fruit bodies, and the nature of the hairs on the outer peridium: Olla group: Species with a tomentum having fine flattened-down hairs, and no plications. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyathus is a genus of fungi in the Nidulariaceae, which is a family collectively known as the bird's nest fungi. (wikipedia.org)
  • Several Cyathus species produce bioactive compounds, some with medicinal properties, and several lignin-degrading enzymes from the genus may be useful in bioremediation and agriculture. (wikipedia.org)
  • The structure and biology of the genus Cyathus was better known by the mid-19th century, starting with the appearance in 1842 of a paper by Carl Johann Friedrich Schmitz, and two years later, a monograph by the brothers Louis René and Charles Tulasne. (wikipedia.org)
  • Phylogenetic analysis is providing new insights into the evolutionary relationships between the various species in Cyathus, and has cast doubt on the validity of the older classification systems that are based on traditional taxonomic characteristics. (wikipedia.org)
  • Some species of Cyathus are also known as splash cups, which refers to the fact that falling raindrops can knock the peridioles out of the open-cup fruit body. (wikipedia.org)
  • Generally considered inedible, Cyathus species are saprobic, since they obtain nutrients from decomposing organic matter. (wikipedia.org)