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basidiocarp

the FRUITING BODY of the BASIDIOMYCOTA, that bears the BASIDIUM.
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Diagnosis: Basidiomata clitocyboid, pileus 13-30 mm diam., infundibuliform to plano-convex, white to pastel grey, lamellae decurrent, stipe cylindrical, with mycelial pad and rhizomorphs, basidiospores 4-5 x 3-4.3 [mu]m, globose to subglobose, smooth to slightly angled in polar view, cystidia absent, pileipellis a transition between trichocutis and a trichoderm, clamp connection absent.
2008), some of which are characterized by the ability to form resupinate, clavarioid, or pileate-stipitate basidiomata (Corner 1968, Sanchez-Jacome & Guzman-Davalos 1997).
In it, there is a seated Indian eating mushrooms, which supposedly he gathered from in front of him, where three basidiomata with green pileus are growing.
Correlation between basidiomata production and ectomycorrhizal formation in Pinus patula plantations.
Pileus 12-24 mm, convex to broadly convex, slightly umbonate, surface smooth glabrous, wet when fresh, dark brown (7F4) to brown (7E4) on mature basidiomata, margin decurved with abundant white velar remnants.
The basidiomata were collected and characterized morpho-anatomically and rDNA was used to infer its phylogenetic topology/ placement with its allies.
Basidiomata of Agaricus blazei were obtained from a local producer in Maringa, PR, Brazil, in spring 2009.
Pleurotus nebrodensis is rarely found in nature, and in fact, it is estimated that only 250 basidiomata reach maturity every year in the north of Sicily.
Strack, USJ 55147; Guarco, under Quercus sp., two almost mature basidiomata, 15-VI-1996, leg.
Including mycelia growth basidiomata and basidiosphores in vitro which are G.