umbonate


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umbonate

[′əm·bə·nət]
(biology)
Having or forming an umbo.
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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).
42.37% 37.29 20.33 4.34 6.53 (n=59) (n=25) (n=22) (n=12) [+ or -] 0.40 CRS= Whitish colonies, rough surface, umbonate elevation, and undulated margins; CSR= Whitish colonies, slightly rough surface or smooth, umbonate elevation entire margins to slightly undulated; CV= Colonies with variable characteristics; VC=Variation Coefficient (%); SM= Size (mm) Mean [+ or -] SD Table 2.
Isolate Colony Colony Colony Elevation Edge shape size surface 1 Circular Small Smooth Umbonate Entire 2 Circular Small Smooth Umbonate Entire 3 Circular Medium Smooth Drop-like Entire 4 Circular Medium Smooth Drop-like Entire 5 Circular Medium Rough Umbonate Entire Isolate Chromogensis Opacity Texture 1 Light yellow Translucent Gummy 2 Cream Transparent Gummy 3 Light yellow Translucent Gummy 4 Cream Opaque Gummy 5 Cream Translucent Gummy Table 2: Biochemical Characteristics and Tentative Identification of Bacterial Isolates.
Abundance of larval stages: Figure 3 shows the number of larvae found in each sampling both in terms of early veligers (<170 [micro]m) and umbonate or premetamorphic larvae (>170 [micro]m).
Variations in colony elevation can be categorized as flat, raised, convex, pulvinate, and umbonate. Lastly, variations in colony margin can be categorized as entire, undulate, lobate, erose, filamentous, and curled.
After 14 days, the colonies on Czapek agar were very restricted (12 mm-14 mm in diameter), velvety, irregularly folded, umbonate, and white to yellowish white, with a pale yellow reverse.
Caps: 4.5-10 cm broad, nearly flat, often low umbonate and often wrinkled; dark brown to gray-brown, disc (center of cap) darker; viscid or tacky when moist; smooth.
Early oyster larvae support metabolism with parentally derived energy reserves, typically, until development to the umbonate stage (Bayne 1983).
Pileus 12-24 mm, convex to broadly convex, slightly umbonate, surface smooth glabrous, wet when fresh, dark brown (7F4) to brown (7E4) on mature basidiomata, margin decurved with abundant white velar remnants.
However, the addition of diatom microalgae to the diet increased growth rate and survival in umbonate larvae of P.
5.Pileus 39 cm wide convex to hemispherical to nearlyplane occasionally slightly umbonate at maturityoccasionally margins straight and flaring to slightly deflexedwith whitish remnants of veil surface viscid to glutinouswhen wet glabrous yellow to yellowish brown.