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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Subicle, “a felted or byssoid stratum of hyphae, bearing perithecia” (Jackson); “a net-, wool-, or crust-like growth of mycelium under fruit-bodies” (Ainsworth & Bisby); “a more or less dense felt of hyphae covering the substrate, from which the fruit bodies, perithecia, etc., arise” (WIII): subiculum,-i (s.n.II), abl.sg. subiculo, nom. & acc. pl. subicula, dat. & abl. pl. subiculis (< L. subiculum, dim. of subex,-icis, s.f.III, used in the plural: subices, gen. pl. subicum (subicio) underlayers, supports, base or bottom, something laid under > subicio, jeci, jectum 3. to throw or lay under]; “Fruiting bodies are a thin layer of hyphae (called a subiculum) on the surface of the log with a layer of basidia to the outside. These basidia, which always point downward, form and disperse the spores.”

- subiculum tomentosum extensum e fibrillis ramosissimis flexuosis intertextis constans, subiculum (mycelium under fruit-body) tomentose outspread composed from fibrils (hyphae) much branched flexuous interwoven (Stearn).

- subiculum subcuticulare tenue, terreo-fuscum, subcuticular subiculum thin, dingy-dark brown.

- subiculum e filamentis longis firmiusculis dilute flavis arcte intertextis satis crasse ac solide complexum, demum tamen tenuius atque hinc inde obliteratum, subiculum from long, rather firm filaments, pale yellow closely interwoven quite thickly and solidly entwined, finally, however, thinner and also here and there wiped out (obliterated).

- subiculum tenerum, subulis concolor , e tomento tenui in membranum nunc totam adpressam, nunc margine passim reflexam , conflatum, subiculum soft, the same color as the subula

- nonnumquam in subiculo fila hyphalia gignens, sometimes producing hyphal strands in the subiculum.

- tegete subiculo byssoideo formanti, with a mat forming a byssoid subicle.

with dark subicle: antennaroideus,-a,-um (adj.A); perhaps in reference to a characteristic of the fungus genus Antennaria.

byssisedus,-a,-um (adj.A): (in mycology) byssisede, “on a cotton-like subiculum” (Ainsworth & Bisby); seated on cotton.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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