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adnate

[′ad‚nāt]
(biology)
United through growth; used especially for unlike parts.
(botany)
Pertaining to growth with one side adherent to a stem.
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Soredia formed in marginal crescent-shaped slits between the upper and lower cortex; lobes adnate to loosely adnate Xanthomendoza fallax 2.
Hymenium: Gills, adnate to short decurrent (especially in older specimens), well separated, narrow; white initially, turning light brown, often spotted darker with age.
The unexpanded basidiomata were found partially covered by substrate with adnate growth.
Pore surface adnate and ascending whitish to cream tolight yellowish pores rounded to irregular about 2 per mmtubes 49 mm deep yellowish no color change uponbruising.
The flower is zygomorphic and apetalous, with a single whorl of nine stamens, a partly inferior syncarpous ovary that is unilaterally adnate to the perianth and seven-loculed with the septa fused at the base of the ovary.
40 mm long, slightly complanate, white, the antepetalous ones adnate to the petals for 18-20 mm, the antesepalous ones adnate to the petals for 10-11 mm; anthers linear, 9-11 mm long, dorsifixed ca.
Lip adnate to the basal third of the column, widely ovate, acute, with slightly undulate margins, slightly reflexed above the middle, 15-16 x 15-16 mm, callus 5 mm long and 2-3 mm wide, hairy.
Thallus rosette-like, [+ or -] distinct; rhizines usually abundant, visible from above or not; soredia formed in marginal crescent-shaped slits between the upper and lower cortex; lobes adnate to loosely adnate, 0.
Apothecia rounded to irregular, single or more frequently crowded and coalescing, sessile or strongly adnate, 0,3-0,6 mm in diameter; discs yellow cream to dark brown, flat to convex, very rarely pruinose; true exciple present except in very young or old apothecia, colourless within, outer part with the same pigment as in epiphymenium, laterally 33-50 [micro]m wide, composed of wide, gelatinized, anastomosing radiating hyphae (Fig.
based on our previous findings (Pringle 1996, 1997), we assume that this small amount of high quality FPOM that remained was composed of low-growing adnate algal cells.
Lamellae ascending to adnate, seceding, subdistant, broad, at first grayish, becoming mottled blackish, edges white to flocculose, shorter lamellae present.