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um·bo·nate

 (ŭm′bə-nāt′, ŭm-bō′nĭt)
adj.
Having or resembling a knob or knoblike protuberance.
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4D), leading to umbonate veliger (prodissoconch II), with a semi-curved bulging profile (umbo).
Phenotypic characterization of the isolate SKCMM1 on Starch Casein Agar Phenotypic characteristics SKCMM1 Colony morphology Circular, umbonate, entire Sporophore morphology Straight or Rectiflexibiles Spore surface Smooth Colour of aerial mycelium Pale green Colour of substrate mycelium Brown Spore mass Pale green Pigment Brown colour Table 4.
galerinoides is hygrophanous with smaller pileus (7-14 mm), conical to convex, umbonate to papillate at the disc (Fig.
After incubation at 28[degrees] C for 2 to 10 days, distinct colonies were characterized based on their size (small: <2 mm, medium: 23 mm, large: 4-5 mm), color (white/milky and transparent), shape (round, ellipsoid), transparency, borders, and elevation (convex, raised, flattened, umbonate).
Pileus 30-55 mm diam., plano-convex, broadly umbonate, undulating surface, deep cinnamon to red-brown to dark brick, central disc darker, in mature specimens surface zonate, surface smooth, viscid, shiny, cap margin clearly white to cream with dentate processes, involute.
Isolate AQ-1 showed white colony, round shape, umbonate elevation and mucoidy texture.
Macroscopic features of F2 strain when grown on potato dextrose agar (PDA) medium for 7 days at 25degC, showed colony diameter 18-27 mm, plane or umbonate, radially and concentrically sulcate or wrinkled, low to moderately deep, mycelium white, texture velutinous to slightly floccose, exudate clear to yellow-brown, red-brown soluble pigment occasionally produced (Fig.
furfur CBS 7019, with characteristics described by Gueho et al (12,13) for this species: witish colonies, smooth, with umbonate elevation, entire margins or slightly irregular with an average size of 5 mm (12).
Morphological, biochemical and microscopic characteristics of Cd-resistant bacterial strains Characteristics Bacterial strain [GS.sub.2] [GS.sub.5] Colony shape Filamentous Filamentous Colony colour Yellowish white White Elevation Umbonate Concave at centre Margin Undulate Lobate Cell shape Bacillus Bacillus Gram staining - - P-solublising + - Acid production + - IAA-production - - Characteristics Bacterial strain [GS.sub.10] [GS.sub.20] Colony shape Filamentous Irregular Colony colour Yellowish white Creamy Elevation Concave at centre Umbonate Margin Erose Undulate Cell shape Coccus Bacillus Gram staining - - P-solublising + + Acid production + + IAA-production - - Table 3.
The yellow halo-forming colonies from the outside samples were irregular in shape, had umbonate elevations, ranged from 4 to 5 mm in diameter, and had rugose surfaces.
Morphological characteristics of isolated bacteria Lab Name Configuration Margin Elevation Color Isolate 1 Round Smooth convex bluish Cream Isolate 2 Irregular Lobate umbonate yellowish Isolate 3 Round Smooth drop like yellowish Isolate 4 Round Smooth flat creamy white Isolate 5 Punchi form Smooth convex yellow Isolate 6 Round Smooth raised orangish Isolate 7 Round Smooth convex white Isolate 8 Round Smooth drop like yellow glossy Isolate 9 Spindle Smooth flat thick white Lab Name Size in mm Isolate 1 3 mm Isolate 2 2-3 mm Isolate 3 1 mm Isolate 4 2 mm Isolate 5 Pinpoint Isolate 6 1 -2 mm Isolate 7 1 mm Isolate 8 1 mm Isolate 9 2 mm