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caulicola (s) (noun), caulicolas (pl): fungi
Parasitic fungi that live on stems.
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fungi (pl)
Any of a group of plants including mushrooms, molds, mildews, etc.

Fungi: over 100,000 species of organisms that are similar to plants but do not contain chlorophyll and which include mildews, molds, mushrooms, rusts, smuts, and yeasts.

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fungicole (verb), fungicoles; fungicoled; fungicoling: fungi
Living in or on fungi.
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(Latin: to perform, to execute, to discharge; performance, service, execution)
(Latin: mold, mushroom; any of a group of plants including mushrooms, molds, mildews, etc.)
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mycorhiza (s), mycorhizae (pl); mycorrhiza, mycorrhizae; root-fungi association
A symbiotic association between the hyphae (microscopic threadlike filaments in fungi that are filled with a layer of protoplasm) of certain fungi and the absorptive organs, typically the roots, of plants.
necrotrophic fungi
Fungi that derive their nutrients from dead organic matter.
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