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stipe

[stīp]
(botany)
The petiole of a fern frond.
The stemlike portion of the thallus in certain algae.
(mycology)
The short stalk or stem of the fruit body of a fungus, such as a mushroom.
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He represented jockey Dominic Elsworth at his appeal over a seven-day whip ban, which was unsuccessful, yesterday and said: "This information was only provided to stipes by the BHA and that's nonsense.
They are not guidelines, just discussion points for the stipes to think about.
Only samples that broke just above the holdfast at the lower part of the stipe were included in subsequent analyses.
This increase in breaking force can be due to an increase in stipe cross-sectional area, an increase in the breaking strength of the stipe material, or both.
0 mm, linear-lanceolate, orange-yellowish, marginally entire to occasionally long-ciliate; phyllopodia present, 10-15 mm long; fronds 27-43 cm long, 2-7 mm distant; stipes 1/10-1/5 (-1/4) of frond length; stipe scales 3-7 x 0.
compact to short-creeping, commonly horizontal; rhizome scales 5-12 x 1-2 mm, lanceolate, orange-yellowish to pale brown, marginally entire; phyllopodia present, 15-25 (-50) mm long; fronds (15-) 30-64 cm long, approximate to 2(-5) mm distant; stipes 1/6-1/5 of frond length; stipe scales 3-7 x 1.
Stipe: All stipes fused to a common base, generally black but with creamy areas concolorous with pores, stubby, laterally attached to the cap, 7-10 cm long, 11 cm across (for all three stipes of collection BSUHM 92).
Hymenium: Gills, free of the stipe, crowded, broad, white turning pink as spores mature.
erinaceum in having orange rhizome scales and blackish brown stipes and blade scales, but it differs in its terrestrial (vs.
0 mm, linear-lanceolate, orange-yellowish to orange-reddish, marginally entire; phyllopodia 510 mm long (not visible for the scales); fronds 17-45 cm long; stipes 1/5-1/4 the frond length; stipe scales 1.
Gallica according to colour and form of cap, stipe, size and concentration of squames on fruit bodies' caps [4].
gallica are adnate or slightly decurring on to a stipe, at first white, then up to pink-brown [4].