Asked by: Tomeka Neijhoftpets fish and aquariums
What is the function of the ring or annulus?
Last Updated: 12th April, 2021
Click to see full answer.
Also asked, what is the function of the stalk on a mushroom?
The evolutionary benefit of a stipe isgenerallyconsidered to be in mediating spore dispersal. Anelevatedmushroom will more easily release its spores intowindcurrents or onto passing animals.
Likewise, what is the veil of a mushroom? In mycology, a partial veil (also called aninnerveil, to differentiate it from the "outer" veil,orvelum) is a temporary structure of tissue found on thefruitingbodies of some basidiomycete fungi, typically agarics. Insomemushrooms, both a partial veil and auniversalveil may be present.
Keeping this in consideration, what is annulus in biology?
An annulus in botany is an arc or a ringofspecialized cells on the sporangium. These cells are arranged inasingle row, and are associated with the release or dispersalofspores.
What are gills on a mushroom?
A lamella, or gill, is a papery hymenophoreribunder the cap of some mushroom species, most often butnotalways agarics. The gills are used by themushroomsas a means of spore dispersal, and are importantfor speciesidentification. Additionally, gills can havedistinctivemicroscopic or macroscopic features.