Highlights of the story
- The fungus that sounds like the human ear is found in Europe
- They can often be seen hanging from the bark of trees.
The ear is visible in this picture. It’s not really cut to the ground somewhere. Rather it is hanging on a tree. Look carefully at the background of the photo. The bark of the trees is visible. This human ‘ear’ hanging from trees was also used for treatment in the 19th and 20th centuries. In fact it is a fungus. It grows on the trees of Europe. Some even call it the human ear mushroom. The scientific name is Auricularia auricula-judae (Auricularia auricula-judae). But it is also commonly known as jelly ear. It is a fungus that grows all over Europe.
Where the jelly ear came from and how it works
Jelly ear was used in the 19th century to treat certain ailments. It was used to relieve problems like sore throat, eye pain and jaundice. Its treatment in Indonesia began in the 1930s. It is found throughout the year in Europe. Usually grows on trees and shrubs with broad leaves. It was first cultivated in China and East Asian countries. From there he reached Europe again. This fungus adapts itself to any season. Change your DNA as well.
Can you eat this ear?
It was said in 19th century Britain that it could never be eaten. But people in Poland ate it. Raw jelly is not edible to the ear. It should be well cooked. After drying, it provides a good amount of nutrients. 100 grams of jelly contains 370 calories, containing 10.6 grams of protein, 0.2 grams of fat, 65 grams of carbohydrates and 0.03% of carotene. Fresh jelly contains 90% moisture in the ear.
Did anyone hear that?
— Despite its appearance, it is actually the fruiting body of the fungus Arugularia arugula-Jude – more aptly called the jelly ear. This fungus grows on deciduous trees in Europe.
charmainet /@iNaturalist pic.twitter.com/b2PJLcygOo
– ScienceAlert (cienceScienceAlert) June 29, 2022
Jelly ear shape, color and skin
The jelly ear is usually 3.5 inches long and 3 mm thick. It is often shaped like an ear. Sometimes even in file format. Its upper surface is reddish-brown, sometimes purple. It is very delicate. Wavy with folds and wrinkles. Over time its color darkens. It often grows on the eucalyptus tree. (This news was created by Intern Adarsh)
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