|the legless larva of Diptera.
|name for certain fly families.
|the primary-rib or mid-vein of a leaf or leaflet.
|a fungal disease of plants in which the mycelium and spores of the fungus are seen as a powdery or downy growth on the host surface.
|something qualitatively new appearing abruptly without transitional forms or slow development; a sport; a potential species.
|several hyphae, perhaps a considerable mass of hyphae, that make up the vegetative body of a fungus.
|a hypha or mass of hyphae that make up the vegetative body of a fungus.