velutinous

ve·lu·ti·nous

 (və-lo͞ot′n-əs)
adj.
Covered with dense, soft, silky hairs.

[From New Latin velūtīnus, from Medieval Latin velūtum, velvet, from Vulgar Latin *villūtus; see velvet.]

velutinous

(vəˈluːtɪnəs)
adj
covered with short dense soft hairs: velutinous leaves.
[C19: from New Latin velūtīnus like velvet]
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Colonies on MEA growing rapidly reaching 4.5 - 5.0 cm in 7 days at 25 +- 2 AdegC without zonation, colony texture was velutinous to floccose white from center, dark brown to black in color and creamy yellow in reserve.
Stipe 23-31 x 2-4 mm, central, slightly compressed, surface smooth from the bottom to centre, and velutinous at the apex, consistency fleshy to coriaceous, brownish orange (7C8), greyish orange (5B4), with basal mycelium (Fig.
Pileus 7-14 mm diam., conical to convex, umbonate to papillate at disc, surface velutinous to slightly fibrillose towards the margin, margin irregular, incurved, non- striated, orange (6A6) to brownish orange (6C7).
The colony morphology of Pycnoporus cinnabarinus on YM medium at 20[degrees]C after 13 d was white to cinnamon, flat, velutinous or powdery.
1a), radically sulcate and velutinous. Its mycelia were at the pink margins and the colonies were covered with olive gray conidia in their center.
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.
2.5 x 2 cm, discolorous, chartaceous, ovate or lanceolate, apex acuminate, margins entire, base rounded, venation penninerved, adaxial surface tomentose, abaxial surface tomentose or velutinous, trichomes tector and stipitate glandular trichomes; tendrils simple.
biocellata in its smaller, adaxially velutinous laminas and its shorter petioles and inflorescences, from B.
Lymphatic herbs, such as red clover (Trifolium pratense), cleavers (Gallium aparine), or red root (Ceanothus velutinous) may help support the lymph system clear toxins from the tissues.
Leaves elliptic to broadly elliptic, 14 * 20 mm long, some cuneate at base, petioles 4-7 mm long in mature leaves, indumentum short velutinous when young, pubescent with age.
indica adaxial leaf vestiture was found to be sparsely to densely pubescent rather than nearly glabrous, and often densely pubescent, tomentose or velutinous. Leaf apices and lamina shape can be used in the field to discriminate between these species for most cases (Table 1).