Definition of Pilei. Meaning of Pilei. Synonyms of Pilei

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Definition of Pilei

Pilei
Pileus Pi"le*us, n.; pl. Pilei. [L., a felt cap.] 1. (Rom. Antiq.) A kind of skull cap of felt. 2. (Bot.) The expanded upper portion of many of the fungi. See Mushroom. 3. (Zo["o]l.) The top of the head of a bird, from the bill to the nape.

Meaning of Pilei from wikipedia

- updraft within the cloud. Pilei can also form above mountains, ash clouds, and pyro****ulus clouds from erupting volcanoes. Pilei form above some mushroom...
- of agarics, boletes, some polypores, tooth fungi, and some ascomycetes. Pilei can be formed in various shapes, and the shapes can change over the course...
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- include all species with pigmented spores, adhering tubes and laccate crusted pilei, which resulted with a total of 48 species cl****ified under the genus Ganoderma...
- mycological jargon, virgate and virgulate are used to describe mushroom caps (pilei) with pronounced radiating stripes or ribs, as in Tricholoma virgatum. Jackson...
- The basidiocarps consist of numerous rosette-like flattened fan-shaped pilei; they are typically 50–200 centimetres (20–79 in) in diameter and 20–80...
- bend toward light. As he noted, "I cut transverse sections though their pilei, examined these sections under the microscope, and at once perceived that...
- hygrophanous pileus. Grouping of Psathyrella gracilis, some displaying hygrophanous pilei. Photo of the hygrophanous pileus of Panaeolina foenisecii...
- Colchian Coin of Dioscurias, late 2nd century BC. Obverse: Two pilei surmounted by stars Reverse: Thyrsos, ΔΙΟΣΚΟΥΡΙΑΔΟΣ...
- which may have given Ang Mo Kio its name. It also had a Tamil name, Thanir Pilei Sadakku, literally meaning "water-pipe street". Thomson Road continues northwards...
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