R - Mycology Terms
[ re-SU-pi-nate ]
When the hymenium (fertile surface) of a fruiting body is attached to the substrate.
[ re-TIK-yu-late ]
a net-like pattern; forming a network.
[ REV-u-loot ]
Curved or rolled backward.
All types of mushroom cap margins.
[ RY-zoid ]
a rootlike structure.
[ RY-zo-morph ]
Twisted hyphae forming cordlike structures at the base of the stipe (stem).
[ RY-mose ]
A surface covered in cracks and crevices.
[ RIV-u-lose ]
A thinly wrinkled surface of branching wavy or crooked lines.
[ ROO-fus ]
[ ROO-gose ]
A wrinkled or rough surface.
[ ROO-gyu-lose ]
A slightly wrinkled surface.
Tiny fungi that cause plant diseases. They were given the name "rusts" because they often leave a rust-colored spore deposit.
Found in the Basidiomycota subdivision Pucciniomycotina.