noun, plural my·ce·li·a [mahy-see-lee-uh]. /maɪˈsi li ə/. Mycology.
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Origin of mycelium
OTHER WORDS FROM myceliummy·ce·li·al, adjective
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There, its final, irresistible impulse is to latch its jaws upon the twig, dying as the mycelium finally consumes all the insect’s innards.
The fermentation is caused by the mycelium of this fungus before the development of the fructification.
Eumycetes, or Higher Fungi, a common name for those Fungi which possess a septate mycelium.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Much more disastrous results can be traced directly to the action of the mycelium in the cortex.
They are attached to the filaments of the mycelium, as in Uredo segetum.
The mycelium is usually buried in the matrix, so as not to be conspicuous.