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E

Extensive method of mushroom growing
Mushroom growing under natural conditions

F

Fruiting body
The cap and the stalk of a fungi.

Fungicides
(Lat. fungus + caedre )
Chemicals that destroy fungi.

G

Genotype
The genetic constitution of an organism, the sum-total of all genes localized in its chromosomes. In a broader sense the term denotes the sum-total of all hereditiary traits of an organism.

Gobtage (Fr. Gobtage) (or laying cover-mixture)
The procedure of coating mycelium-bearing substrate with a thin layer of cover material where fruiting bodies primordia are to form. Gobtage is practiced in agaric cultures cultivation mostly.

Grain mycelium
The grain inoculated with mycelium. It is used for the extensive dissemination of mycelium in substrate.

Growth-chamber
A room to grow agarics. There are also chambers used to pasteurize compost, germinate mycelium and so on. We single out mono- and polyzonal agaric-growing systems depending on the number of chambers assigned for all the growth-stages from sowing mycelium to cropping.

H

Heterotrophic
(Greek heteros – another + rophe - nutrition, living on organic matter)
The name for organisms that have to live on processed substances that are already assimilated by other organisms. All fungi are heterotrophs.

Hydrometer
An instrument for determining air humidity.

Hymenium
A spore-bearing layer on the underside of a cap. The layer is spread on special outgrowths known as hymenophore. Agaricales (e. g. agarics) hymenophore consists of gills called hymenium gills.

Hymenophore
Special outgrowths under blewits flesh with a spore-bearing layer (hymenium) on their surface.

Hyphae
(sing. Hypha) (from the Greek word hyphe - tissue, web)
Thin microscopic uni- and multi-cellular filaments forming fungi thalli (mycelium) and fruiting bodies (carpophores).

Hyphosphere
Microscopic medium surronding hyphae.

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