Definition of Order tremellales

1. Noun. Fungi varying from gelatinous to waxy or even horny in texture; most are saprophytic.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Tremellales

order Struthioniformes
order Synentognathi
order Taxales
order Temnospondyli
order Testacea
order Testudinata
order Testudines
order Tetraodontiformes
order Thecodontia
order Therapsida
order Thymelaeales
order Thysanoptera
order Thysanura
order Tinamiformes
order Torpediniformes
order Tremellales
order Trichoptera
order Trogoniformes
order Tuberales
order Tubulidentata
order Tulostomatales
order Ulvales
order Umbellales
order Uredinales
order Urodella
order Uropygi
order Urticales
order Ustilaginales
order Volvocales
order Xiphosura

Literary usage of Order tremellales

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1. Essentials of College Botany by Charles Edwin Bessey, Ernst Athearn Bessey (1914)
"Order TREMELLALES. Jelly Fungi. Reduced and degraded plants related to the preceding families; basidia divided vertically. Family 127. ..."

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