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morel

any edible saprotrophic ascomycetous fungus of the genus Morchella, in which the mushroom has a pitted cap: order Pezizales
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morel

[mə′rel]
(mycology)
Any fungus belonging to the genus Morchella, distinguished by a large, pitted, spongelike cap; it is a highly prized food, but may be poisonous when taken with alcohol.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Another merchant of Shahi Bazaar, Bashir Hussain, said that black morels of Chitral had been popular in the past when the former rulers of Chitral collected the same through their subjects and sent as gift to the rulers of different princely states.
Morel followed Barker as she interacted with Filipino women leaders in the diaspora, particularly in Europe - Italy, Germany, Austria, France, and Czechoslovakia.
My mom knew how to store morels long-term, so she cooked and froze my share.
After studying background reports, Sheriff Daniel Kelly said only a prison sentence was appropriate.He reduced this from 12 months in light of Morel's guilty plea.
Morel holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) and has completed several NYIT certificate programs including the Principles of Project Management certification.
It's not easy but we are looking at ways to make it happen," Morel said.
Paul Morel, on the other hand, which was the initial
Morel, 35, was arrested by police the weekend of the shootings and was later charged with first-degree murder.
Most of the morel pickers had permits allowing them to harvest the mushrooms in national forests, he said, "but that doesn't apply to (the) National Park Service area."
Morel, 34, and Marsh, 27, had both previously admitted producing Class A and Class B drugs.