Definition of Mycelia

1. Noun. (plural of mycelium) ¹

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Definition of Mycelia

1. mycelium [n] - See also: mycelium

Medical Definition of Mycelia

1. Plural of mycelium. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mycelia

myasthenic crisis
myasthenic facies
myasthenic reaction
myasthenic syndrome
myc proteins
mycelia (current term)
mycetism cerebralis
mycetism choliformis
mycetism gastrointestinalis
mycetism nervosa
mycetism sanguinareus

Literary usage of Mycelia

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1. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1886)
"The bark, like the coat of paint on unseasoned wood, has retained the moisture, the mycelia have grown, and the tree will soon be destroyed and fall to the ..."

2. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and by Anton Kerner von Marilaun (1902)
"Another instance of symbiosis is observed to exist between certain flowering plants and mycelia of fungi. The division of labour consists in the ..."

3. Annales Mycologici (1906)
"The spores have been isolated by means of separation cultures and the mycelia derived from them contrasted in cultures between the (+) and (—) test strains. ..."

4. A Manual of Practical Laboratory Diagnosis by Lewis Webb Hill (1916)
"that a destructive process of the lung is going on. It must not be confused with threads of cotton or silk, mycelia of various molds, or elongated fatty ..."

5. The Principles and Practice of Dermatology by William Allen Pusey (1917)
"Many organisms, which in cultures grow as a mass of mycelia, when growing in living tissues are unable to pass beyond a spore stage, and show, therefore, ..."

6. Handbook of Diseases of the Skin by Hugo Ziemssen (1885)
"According to Balzer,' the fungus is seated at first on the normal cutícula, then the hair sheath and root are penetrated by threads (mycelia) containing ..."

7. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1871)
"On a decayed body, which has already produced the seed vessel, its own seed will reproduce seed-vessel mycelia, on the same ground. Add some fruit-juice, ..."

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