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tectum (noun, pl. tectae;ascocarp term) – a roof-like layer covering the disk and formed by the proper exciple during an angiocarpous development, in apothecioid ascocarps usually tearing open early during ascocarp ontogeny but sometimes forming a veil that partially covers the disk (even at maturity).

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