The following points highlight the fourteen salient features of morchella. 1. Morchella is a saprobic discomycete. The mycelium is inconspicuous and underground. It consists of a mass of loosely interwoven septate hyphae. The cells are multinucleate. 2. The so-called morels (guchhi) are the aerial fructifications or ascocarps of the fungus. 3. The mature ascocarp varies […]
Salient Features of Morchella | Fungi
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