1. A category of trama hyphae having two kinds of hyphae: The first is generative with binding hyphae. The second is skeletal hyphae (which are thick-walled, unbranched, aseptate, and straight to slightly flexuous; the lumen is more or less obliterated except sometimes at the apices where walls are thin and enclose dense contents.) Contrast the term dimitic with monomitic and trimitic.
2. Trama composed of generative and skeletal hyphae in the narrowest sense (i.e. thick-walled, un-branched, aseptate, straight or slightly flexuous, longitudinal hypahe with the lumen more or less obliterated in mature parts, but the apices thin-walled with dense contents).
Created: 2019-06-23 12:14:33 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2019-06-28 21:44:33 PDT (-0700)