hymenophore


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hymenophore

(haɪˈmiːnəʊˌfɔː)
n
(Botany) botany the fruiting body of some basidiomycetous fungi
[from hymenium + -phore]
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GenBank Geographic origin Host tree Fruiting accession body size number HM357713 Drobin Salix caprea <20 cm (52[degrees]44'N, 19[degrees]59'E) GenBank Fruiting body (1 [right arrow] accession maturity (a) 3)-[alpha]-D-Glucan number (%) (b) HM357713 +++ 46.1 [+ or -] 0.8 (a) Fruiting body maturity: +: immature fruiting body (lack of hymenophore); ++: mature fruiting body with immature spores; +++: mature fruiting body with mature spores.
Hyphoderma transiens is characterized by odontoid hymenophore, subcylindrical to cylindrical, apically widened cystidia, clavate to subclavate, constricted basidia and ellipsoid to suballantoid basidiospores.
Anatomy of the Lentinus hymenophore. Transactions of the British Mycological Society, 80(3): 469-82.