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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mushroom

A mushroom (or toadstool) is the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting body of a fungus, typically .... such as truffles, jellies, earthstars, and bird's nests, usually do not have stalks, and a specialized mycological vocabulary exists to describe their parts.

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structure of a mushroom click to hear. The mushroom is composed of an underground part (mycelium) and an aboveground, often edible part that is also the ...

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Mushrooms are small living organisms that look like umbrellas. They are not plants because they do not have chlorophyll, the green material that plants use to  ...

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The top part of a mushroom is called the cap. This cap looks similar to an umbrella and acts in a similar way in protection. This protection is most important to the ...

www.fungi4schools.org/Documentation/WORKSHOP/mushroom_structure_teachers-notes.pdf

Mushroom Structure: Teacher's notes. After learning about ... mushroom has tissues that carry out different functions and a ... Parts of a Fungus correctly labelled.

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Parts of Mushrooms Mushrooms have a variety of different parts. See the diagram on the left to identify what each part of the mushroom is. Mushroom Parts ...

www.quora.com/What-are-the-different-parts-of-a-mushroom

The mushroom is composed of an underground part (mycelium) and an aboveground, often edible part that is also the reproductive organ. Spores - Microscopic ...

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Scale: small, hard plate that covers and protects the mushroom. Tubes: duct. Pores: small holes. Stipe, stalk: part of the mushroom between the cap and the soil.

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May 27, 2013 ... There are a few basic parts to a mushroom that everyone should know before they venture into the wild to identify their shroom. This is partly so ...