Mushrooms HD Wallpapers.
The wonderfull collection of amazing Mushrooms HD wallpapers.
Resize, crop, rotate,set rating, download, share, new effects (black&white, sepia, blur, etc) can be applied to any wallpaper.
We have created an amazing wallpaper application with more than 60 handpicked, impressive, high-resolution, background images of mushrooms for your android device
Mushrooms HD Wallpapers app allows you to set any wallpaper on your background or download HD image (or cropp a part of it).
Mushrooms HD Wallpapers has a list of advantages:
- only high quality Full HD images
- resize any image to fit your device
- rotate wallaper as you want
- crop any part of wallpaper
- add wallpapers to favourites
- share with friends
- set rating to any wallpaper
- download any wallpaper to the device
- sort images by rating and views
- small application weight
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For all exotic Mushroom fans let's review some interesting facts about these amazing images:
Mushrooms are also called toadstools.
Mushrooms are a fungus, and unlike plants, mushrooms do not require sunlight to make energy for themselves.
The mushroom is a very nutritious food. Differing species can be a good source of vitamin B along with essential minerals such as copper and potassium. While fat, carbohydrates and salt content is very low.
Traditional Chinese medicine has utilised the medicinal properties of mushrooms for centuries.
Modern studies suggest mushrooms can be useful for antibacterial, anti-inflammatories and antioxidants. While also helping to reduce blood pressure, moderate blood sugar, reduce cholesterol, enhance the immune system, reduce stress and help in fighting many types of cancer.
A single Portabella mushroom can contain more potassium than a banana.
Mushrooms are made up of around 90% water.
The mushroom is used in many cuisines throughout the world and it is known as the "meat" of the vegetable world.
Most mushrooms grown for human consumption today are done so in controlled, sterilized environments. The most popular type representing 90% of mushrooms consumed in the US is the White button mushroom. The brown version of Agaricus bisporus called the Crimini, and its mature version, Portobello, are both popular eatable mushrooms too.
The worlds largest producer of edible mushrooms is China which produces about half of all cultivated mushrooms.
Mycophagist is the term used for people who collect mushrooms to eat from the wild. The act of collecting these mushrooms is known as 'mushroom hunting', or 'mushrooming'.