G - Mycology Terms

G - Mycology Terms
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Gasteromycete
[ gas-ter-oh-my-seet ]
Unique fungi that have a peridium to protect its spores; Gasteroid fungi (puffballs, earthstars, stinkhorns, and false truffles)
An obsolete class of fungi in the Basidiomycota division.
Also known as "stomach fungi".
Germ Pore
The tip of a spore with a thin wall where the germ tube exits upon germination.
Gill
These are the under-cap structures that produce and release spores in many types of mushrooms.
Technical term: Lamella.
Glabrous
[ GLAY-brus ]
a bald surface
All types of mushroom cap surfaces.
Gleba
[ GLEE-buh ]
a spore-bearing tissue or mass of spore protected by a peridium.
Gasteriod fungi of the Basidiomycota division.
Glutinous
[ GLOO-tin-us ]
A slimy surface.
All types of mushroom cap surfaces.
Granulose
[ GRAN-yoo-lohs ]
A surface covered in salt-like granulates.
All types of mushroom cap surfaces.
Gregarious
[ gri-GAIR-ee-us ]
Mushrooms growing in tight clusters without attaching to each other.
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