hymenophore


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hymenophore

(haɪˈmiːnəʊˌfɔː)
n
(Botany) botany the fruiting body of some basidiomycetous fungi
[from hymenium + -phore]
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delicata, based on the morphological characteristics of the fruit bodies, tissue structure, the hairs on the upper surface, and the color of the hymenophore in fresh material as useful characteristics.
All the specimens studied showed a high variation when compared with those reported in the literature, however all specimens had a reticulate-meruloid hymenophore.
is a group of basidium fungi which is traditionnaly discriminated on the basis of formal resemblance, including species of wood destroyers, having sessile (or rarer extended) fruit bodies and tube (or labyrinth-like or gill-bearing) hymenophore.