[ dˈakɹɪmˌa͡ɪsɪz], [ dˈakɹɪmˌaɪsɪz], [ d_ˈa_k_ɹ_ɪ_m_ˌaɪ_s_ɪ_z]
Related words: dacrymyces species, dacrymyces species name, dacrymyces punctatus, dacrymyces drosophilarum, dacrymyces vernalis, dacrymyces candidus, dacrymyces werneckii
How to use "Dacrymyces" in context?
Dacrymyces is a genus of ascomycete fungi that is characterized by crusty, dusky black spores. The genus contains six species, which can be found growing on the bark of dead and dying trees. Dacrymyces obliterates the Wood-Fungus Pathogen (WFP), which can cause serious damage to trees. One study found that Dacrymyces can eliminate up to 98% of WFP from trees.
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