Definition of Fungus genus
1. Noun. Includes lichen genera.
Specialized synonyms: Erysiphe, Genus Erysiphe, Genus Neurospora, Neurospora, Ceratostomella, Genus Ceratostomella, Claviceps, Genus Claviceps, Genus Xylaria, Xylaria, Genus Rosellinia, Rosellinia, Genus Helotium, Helotium, Genus Sclerotinia, Genus Scleroderma, Scleroderma, Genus Tulestoma, Genus Tulostoma, Tulestoma, Tulostoma, Genus Rhizopogon, Rhizopogon, Genus Truncocolumella, Truncocolumella, Genus Mucor, Genus Rhizopus, Entomophthora, Genus Entomophthora, Genus Dictostylium, Blastocladia, Genus Blastocladia, Genus Synchytrium, Synchytrium, Genus Saprolegnia, Saprolegnia, Genus Peronospora, Peronospora, Albugo, Genus Albugo, Genus Pythium, Genus Phytophthora, Phytophthora, Genus Plasmodiophora, Plasmodiophora, Genus Tuber, Tuber, Genus Hydnum, Hydnum, Genus Lecanora, Genus Roccella, Genus Pertusaria, Pertusaria, Genus Usnea, Usnea, Evernia, Genus Evernia, Genus Ramalina, Ramalina, Alectoria, Genus Alectoria, Cladonia, Genus Cladonia, Genus Parmelia, Parmelia, Cetraria, Genus Cetraria, Agaricus, Genus Agaricus, Genus Lentinus, Lentinus, Amanita, Genus Amanita, Cantharellus, Genus Cantharellus, Genus Omphalotus, Omphalotus, Coprinus, Genus Coprinus, Genus Lactarius, Lactarius, Genus Marasmius, Marasmius, Genus Pleurotus, Pleurotus, Genus Pholiota, Pholiota, Genus Russula, Russula, Genus Stropharia, Ring-stalked Fungus, Stropharia, Entoloma, Genus Entoloma, Genus Chlorophyllum, Genus Lepiota, Corticium, Genus Corticium, Genus Pellicularia, Pellicularia, Genus Tricholoma, Tricholoma, Genus Volvaria, Volvaria, Genus Pluteus, Pluteus, Roof Mushroom, Genus Volvariella, Volvariella, Clitocybe, Genus Clitocybe, Flammulina, Genus Flammulina, Genus Saccharomyces, Saccharomyces, Genus Schizosaccharomyces, Schizosaccharomyces, Eurotium, Genus Eurotium, Aspergillus, Genus Aspergillus, Genus Thielavia, Thielavia, Genus Peziza, Peziza, Genus Plectania, Plectania, Genus Morchella, Morchella, Genus Wynnea, Wynnea, Genus Helvella, Genus Discina, Genus Gyromitra, Order Phallales, Phallales, Genus Phallus, Phallus, Dictyophera, Genus Dictyophera, Genus Mutinus, Mutinus, Clathrus, Genus Clathrus, Genus Pseudocolus, Pseudocolus, Genus Lycoperdon, Lycoperdon, Calvatia, Genus Calvatia, Geastrum, Genus Geastrum, Genus Radiigera, Radiigera, Astreus, Genus Astreus, Genus Nidularia, Nidularia, Gastrocybe, Genus Gastrocybe, Genus Macowanites, Macowanites, Gastroboletus, Genus Gastroboletus, Albatrellus, Genus Albatrellus, Genus Neolentinus, Neolentinus, Genus Nigroporus, Nigroporus, Genus Oligoporus, Oligoporus, Genus Polyporus, Polyporus, Fistulina, Genus Fistulina, Fomes, Genus Fomes, Boletus, Genus Boletus, Fuscoboletinus, Genus Fuscoboletinus, Genus Leccinum, Leccinum, Genus Phylloporus, Phylloporus, Genus Suillus, Suillus, Genus Strobilomyces, Strobilomyces, Boletellus, Genus Boletellus, Genus Tremella, Tremella, Auricularia, Genus Auricularia, Dacrymyces, Genus Dacrymyces, Genus Melampsora, Melampsora, Cronartium, Genus Cronartium, Genus Puccinia, Puccinia, Genus Gymnosporangium, Gymnosporangium, Genus Ustilago, Ustilago, Genus Tilletia, Tilletia, Genus Urocystis, Urocystis, Genus Septobasidium, Septobasidium, Genus Hygrocybe, Hygrocybe, Genus Hygrophorus, Hygrophorus, Genus Hygrotrama, Hygrotrama, Genus Neohygrophorus, Neohygrophorus, Cortinarius, Genus Cortinarius, Genus Gymnopilus, Gymnopilus, Genus Verticillium, Genus Trichophyton, Trichophyton, Genus Microsporum, Microsporum, Genus Monilia, Genus Candida, Cercosporella, Genus Cercosporella, Genus Penicillium, Penicillium, Blastomyces, Genus Blastomyces, Cercospora, Genus Cercospora, Genus Ustilaginoidea, Ustilaginoidea, Genus Tubercularia, Tubercularia, Genus Fusarium, Form Genus Rhizoctinia, Genus Rhizoctinia, Genus Ozonium, Ozonium, Genus Sclerotium, Sclerotium, Genus Geoglossum, Geoglossum, Armillaria, Genus Armillaria, Armillariella, Genus Armillariella
Group relationships: Fungi, Fungus Kingdom, Kingdom Fungi
Lexicographical Neighbors of Fungus Genus
Literary usage of Fungus genus
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. German educational exhibition, World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904 (1904)
"Spindle- shaped swelling of the knee-joint (tumor albus, fungus genus ). ... fungus genus. On the lower part the knee-joint stands-out in a half sphere from ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1914)
""A Preliminary Note on the Cause of 'Peeky' Cypress," by WH Long. "Inspection and Certification of Potato Seed Stock," by WA Orton. "The fungus genus ..."
3. A Text-book of Botany by Eduard Strasburger (1898)
"... the order Hymenomycetes, may produce fructifications even when deprived of its Alga, which have a form resembling those of the fungus genus Thelephora. ..."
4. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington by Entomological Society of Washington (1896)
"Examination by Mr. Galloway, however, showed that the scales were filled by the mycelium of a smut fungus, genus ..."
5. A Glossary of Botanic Terms, with Their Derivation and Accent by Benjamin Daydon Jackson (1905)
"... remains distinct, and does not fuse with its fellows (Pirotta). mena moid (eliot, resemblance), having a likeness to the fungus- genus ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1917)
"One hundred dollars to Professor CH Kauff- rn--nn. of the University of Michigan, to aid in his studies of the fungus genus Cortinarius. ..."