Annulohypoxylon archeri, commonly known as Black Fungus, is a type of wood-decaying fungus that is often found in forests throughout North America. This fungus is known for its distinct black color and unique spore-bearing structures, which are called perithecia.
Our Annulohypoxylon archeri culture in test tube is a pure culture of this fungus that has been carefully cultivated in a sterile environment. This culture is intended for use in research, education, and industrial applications.
The test tube contains a small amount of sterile agar media that provides nutrients for the fungus to grow. The culture is delivered in a sealed, sterile package to ensure its purity and viability.
With this culture, researchers can study the biology and ecology of Annulohypoxylon archeri, as well as explore potential industrial applications such as the production of enzymes or bioactive compounds.
Overall, the Annulohypoxylon archeri culture in test tube is a valuable resource for anyone interested in studying this fascinating fungus.