Fragmentation region

From LIAS Glossary
Jump to: navigation, search

fragmentation region (noun, pl. fragmentation regions) – small sections of branches (e. g., in Bryoria capillaris) which are narrow, devoid of algae, and either colourless or blackened, and are weak points easily broken by twig movements or strong winds. Kind of: isidiomorphs,upper surface structure.

This page is part of the LIAS Glossary. It is closely interlinked with the other LIAS projects: LIASLIAS lightLIAS namesLIAS gtm. See also Cooperating Websites
Many pages in the LIAS Glossary is in need of further revisions. Please contribute. Criticism as well as collaboration is welcome!

Other Resources: Flora Australia Fungi, Lichens  •  Glossary at Mushroom  •  Cornell Pl. Path.  •  APS Pl. Path.: A-D E-H I-M N-R S-V W-Z.
Direct search for topic name: Google   Yahoo   Merriam-Webster Online   Leo German-English   Wikipedia: en de fr es it   Wiktionary: en de fr es it