AURICULARIA AURICULA-JUDAE PDF
PDF | Auricularia auricula-judae was previously considered a single species, but was recently demonstrated to be a species complex. Auricularia auricula-judae. This month’s fungus, Auricularia auricula-judae, is one of the jelly fungi. All of the jelly fungi are Basidiomycota with unusual jelly- like. Brief summary. No one has contributed a brief summary to this page yet. Explore what EOL knows about Auricularia auricula-judae. Add a brief summary to this.
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Retrieved 20 July As well as the obligate synonyms from Bulliard, Fries and Berkeley, there are numerous other synonymous names. Auricularia auricula-judae is also in cultivation elsewhere in the world, for instance, in Ghana.
Any condition s All condition s. Whatever potential Auricularia may hold, its continued study seems unlikely when contemplating the combination of its diminished use and the progression towards Westernisation throughout China. Why Auricularia should do this is unclear but it must in some way stimulate the production of bile acids and fecal neutral steroids and so use up the auricula-judad cholesterol in that way, but the actual mechanism of action is not clear.
The traditional Chinese medical system and its five different networks did little to help the confusion of the diversity of the treatments and cures claimed of this mushroom.
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The Jew of Malta. Though edible, it was suricularia held in high culinary regard in the west for many years. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It is sometimes wrinkled, again with folds and wrinkles, and may have “veins”, making it appear even more ear-like.
Although this is true, the understanding of the body and the way it functions is phenomenal considering their knowledge comes from writings auriculariaa from as long as years ago. Using Google Analytics, we can see what content is popular on our websites. Views Read Edit View history. International Journal for Medicinal Mushrooms. The article concluded that “the polysaccharides from auricula-jdae mushrooms may constitute a new source of compounds with action on coagulation, platelet aggregation and, perhaps, on thrombosis”.
Hypoglycemic effect of water-soluble polysaccharide from Auricularia auricula-judae Quel.
Auricularia auricula-judae – Wikipedia
This is used when first reloading the page. Retrieved 30 August One study limited its attention to the water-soluble polysaccharide extracted from the fruiting bodies of Auricularia  and the other examined three different groups of polysaccharides all found in the fruiting body; a mixture of crude polysaccharides, acidic polysaccharide fractions, and neutral polysaccharide fractions .
Traditional Chinese Medicine also states that the body is organized into five functional systems, the kidney, heart, spleen, liver and lung systems. Martin Hirneola auricularis Gray Donk Hirneola auricula-judae var. This increased viscosity could possibly slow auricul-judae rate of emptying of the gastric contents, decrease the motility of the stomach and the small intestine and so result in a decreased rate of absorption of carbohydrates.
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Journal of Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, It is replaced each time there is a query done. Unrelated common names include the “ear fungus”,  “common ear fungus”,  “the Chinese Fungus”,  “the pig’s ear”,  “the wood ear”, auricula-juddae “the black wood ear”,  “the tree ear”, and “Kikurage”.
David Moore’s World of Fungi: where mycology starts
Human Metabolome Database Version 2. Fungi consist auridula-judae mycelium and fruiting bodies. While the term “Jew’s meat” was a deprecatory term used for all fungi in the Middle Ages,  the term is unrelated to the name “Jew’s ear”. Dickinson had both a religious and naturalistic background, and so it is more than likely that she knew of the common name of A.
Alternatively, although some evidence points towards the fact that it may have some curative effects I was led to consider the possibility of the placebo affect having an impact on the use of it for so auticula-judae.
For practical reasons we have decided not to translate all pages in several languages anymore because it was too heavy to maintain but some of the labels of the basic and advanced query pages are still available. The treatment of these things is reliant on understanding auricula-jduae mechanism by which they work on a molecular level and trying to rectify it there.