The sporangia are quite small and numerous, not attached by a funiculus to the peridium, enveloped in mucus.
Hilum, the place of junction of the funiculus with the body of the ovule.
funiculus: the main tendon of abdomen: in Hymenoptera a slender ligament connecting the propodeum to petiole on its dorsal aspect.
In Flustra the young polypide-bud becomes connected with the 'brown body' by a funiculus.
funiculus fu·nic·u·lus (fyu-nĭk'yə-ləs, fə-) or fu·ni·cle (fyōō'nĭ-kəl)
n. pl. fu·nic·u·li (-lī') or fu·ni·cles
A slender cordlike strand or band, especially a bundle of nerve fibers in a nerve trunk.
Any of three major divisions of white matter in the spinal cord, consisting of fasciculi.
The umbilical cord.
Plural funiculi (fy-nĭk'yə-lī)