Definition of Sorediate. Meaning of Sorediate. Synonyms of Sorediate

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Definition of Sorediate

Sorediate
Sorediate So*re"di*ate, a. (Bot.) Soredi["i]ferous.

Meaning of Sorediate from wikipedia

- Soredia are common reproductive structures of lichens. Lichens reproduce a****ually by employing simple fragmentation and production of soredia and isidia...
- in New Zealand. List of Menegazzia species Bjerke, J.W. (2004). "A new sorediate, fumarprotocetraric acid-producing lichen species of Menegazzia (Parmeliaceae...
- surface, marked with many shallow depressions, grooves, or pits, and sorediate pseudocyp****ae. The lower side of the thallus is ivory to tan towards...
- Jarle W. (2007). "A new fertile species of Menegazzia and notes on two sorediate species from the Neotropics". The Lichenologist. 34 (6): 503–508. doi:10...
- 2001. List of Menegazzia species Bjerke, J.W.; Elvebakk, A. (2001). "The sorediate species of the genus Menegazzia (Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycotina)...
- grows on conifers and Betula in North America and Eurasia. It is the only sorediate species in the genus and is distinguished by the bright-yellow marginal...
- that there were three sorediate species in the genus but later recognized only one sorediate species. Spjut recognized three sorediate species in subgenus...
- (4 in) across. It is a morph of the species Parmotrema alidactylatum with sorediate dactyls (finger-like protrusions with a powdery surface). Parmotrema soredioaliphati****...
- distinct species in the genus by the development of soredia, the only sorediate species in the genus. The type, collected 18 June 1966 (no. 185), from...
- a mixed collection containing thalli both with and without soredia, a sorediate thallus was selected as the lectotype of the species by Roderick Rogers...