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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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Basidiocarps resupinate, adnate, effused, up to 100 [micro]m thick in section; hymenial surface smooth, pruinose, grayish white when fresh, not changing much on drying; margins thinning, paler concolorous, to indeterminate.
applanatum Marcelli & Ribeiro, which, however, is a small lichen with a very adnate thallus and exclusively linear, marginal soralia.
Gills of young specimens are Gills of young specimens are yellowish-pink, over time they whitish, over time they darken darken to rusty brown, with darker to flesh-brown, sometimes with spots; adnate or decurrent on to darker spots; slightly stipe.
Soredia formed in marginal crescent-shaped slits between the upper and lower cortex; lobes adnate to loosely adnate Xanthomendoza fallax 2.
The wing of the seeds are articulate, easily separated from the seed, to weakly adnate, not easily separated.
Hymenium: Gills, adnate, close, broad (moderately), pale yellow at first, becoming brown with age.
Mayfly larvae, which use brushlike labial palps to feed, removed microalgae from the upper layer of the periphyton, but had no discernible effect on the lower adnate layer.
linearis, the stalked diatom Cymbella cymbiformis, and the small adnate diatom Synedra ulna were consistently the most abundant algae in pools with snails alone.
Hedyosmum differs in having three tepals adnate to the ovary, which is therefore inferior; the female flowers are borne in thyrses of monochasial cymes in the axils of bracts, whereas the male flowers are single stamens borne in spikes with no subtending bracts.
Victorian street artists including Rone and Adnate will be part of the project, alongside Russian artist Julia Volchkova, with more artists to be announced.
is a genus of agaricoid, mushroom-forming fungi, which are characterized by the presence of partial veil usually forming an annulus or leaving remnants at the pileus margin, adnate to adnexed lamellae and well-developed rhizomorphs on stipe base, which are densely covered by spiniform crystals called acanthocytes, the latter considered a diagnostic feature of the genus (Farr, 1980; Cortez & Silveira, 2008).
Androecium of 4 stamens, didynamous, filaments 30-32 mm long, adnate to the corolla tube for 15-17 mm, white, glabrous, coiling after anthesis; staminode absent; anthers sagittate, 5-6 x 2-3 mm, coherent by the lateral walls, dehiscence by basal pores that develop into longitudinal slits.