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Definition of Matsutake
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Matsutake
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Conservation and Development of Nontimber Forest Products in the Pacific edited by Bettina Von Hagen, James F. Weigand, Rebecca McLain, Roger Fight (1998)
"Analysis of environmental factors in Japanese red pine forest producing the fruit body of matsutake. l: The change of forest composition, light-intensity ..."
2. Managing Forest Ecosystems to Conserve Fungus Diversity and Sustain Wild edited by David Pilz, Randy Molina (1998)
"matsutake mushrooms have been commercially harvested for decades from shore pine (Pinus contorta var. contorta) forests on the dunes, but harvesting ..."
3. Income Opportunities in Special Forest Products: Self-Help Suggestions for by Margaret G. Thomas (1994)
"matsutake The estimated annual harvest of matsutake from Oregon and Washington is 35000 pounds. This contrasts with a Canadian harvest of 250000 pounds. ..."
4. Riches of the Forest: Food, Spices, Crafts and Resins of Asia by Citlalli López Binnqüist, Patricia Shanley (2004)
"For example, they may provide clues to a plant's origins (eg Shorea javanica = from Java), describe the plant (eg Tricholoma matsutake. ..."
5. Terry's Japanese Empire by Thomas Philip Terry (1914)
"An excellent mushroom called matsutake is found in the neighborhood. The lively street in front of the shrine inclosure is known as Inari-gozen- machi, ..."
6. Japan, the New World-power: Being a Detailed Account of the Progress and by Robert Percival Porter (1915)
"The matsutake, or 'Pine mushroom', grows in the forests of red pine in the south of the main island. ..."
7. Japan in the Beginning of the 20th Century by Japan Nōshōmushō, Haruki Yamawaki (1904)
"The " pine mushroom " (matsutake), king of table mash rooms, grows in the " red pine" forests in the southern part of Honshu. ..."