Data about <i>Agaricus abruptibulbus</i>
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Glossary for Agaricus abruptibulbus
- A color consisting of dark orange, red, of very low intensity.
- [database_cross_reference: Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown]
- A shape quality that obtains by virtue of the bearer having inward facing edges; having a surface or boundary that curves or bulges outward, as the exterior of a sphere.
- An attachment quality inhering in a bearer by virtue of the bearer's lacking connection or association with another entity. (eg: in mushroom fruiting bodies, hymenium can be detached or "free")
- A physical quality inhering in a bearer by virtue of the bearer's disposition to being fit to be eaten.
- A physical quality inhering in a bearer by virtue of the bearer being suitable for use as food.
- A quality inhering in a bearer by virtue of the bearer's having a horizontal surface without a slope, tilt, or curvature.
- The spore-bearing layer of the fruiting body of certain fungi, containing asci or basidia.
- Plate-like erect
- mushroom cap shape
- Approximate 3D shape of the cap of the mushroom.
- In mushrooms: the stipe bears a partial veil, protecting the hymenium in the early stages of growth. As the spores mature, the cap expands, tearing away from the veil, which is left hanging on the stalk as the annulus or ring.
- Nutritional strategy relies on chemically decomposing diverse carbon sources (eg: cellulose in wood, by saprotrophic fungi)
- spore print
- The spore print is the powdery deposit obtained by allowing spores of a fungal fruit body to fall onto a surface underneath. It is an important diagnostic character in most handbooks for identifying mushrooms. It shows the color of the mushroom spores if viewed en masse.
- In fungi: A stalk or stem; composed of hyphae arrayed parallel to the long axis of the structure; a stipe may be a single supporting hypha
- trophic guild
- A group of species that exploit the same food resources, and/or use the same feeding or foraging methods. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guild_(ecology)
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