- a specialized hyphal tissue constituting the internal structure of mushroom gills, pore tubes, or spines.
Origin of trama
First recorded in 1855–60, trama is from the Latin word trāma warp (in weaving)
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In Lactarius and Russula the trama, or inner substance, is vesicular.Fungi: Their Nature and Uses
Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
The trama in the case of this plant is made up of threads with rather long cells.
Toward the outside of the trama the cells branch into short cells, which make a thin layer.
Such a trama is said to be vesiculose to distinguish it from the ordinary or floccose trama.
Vesiculose, full of small rounded vesicles, as the trama of the pileus of a Russula.