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    <h2>Mycological Glossary</h2>
    <ul>
      <li><b>culture</b> - Mycelium of a particular strain and species, often grown in a petri dish or test tube for easy storage and replication.</li>
      <li><b>liquid culture</b> - Mycelium grown in a nutrified solution such as 4% honey water, often in a glass jar or similar lidded vessel; simplifies cultivation in non-sterile conditions.</li>
      <li><b>mushroom</b> - The fruiting body of a fungal network; a specialised structure grown to replicate and distribute the genetic information of the mycelium via spores.</li>
      <li><b>mycelium</b> - The body of a fungus, made up of branching and interconnected threads of single cells (hyphae); often appears as a white, fluffy mass resembling tiny roots.</li>
      <li><b>mycomaterial</b> - A substance or object grown out of mycelium, often using hemp hurd or similar woody substance as a base material. Mycomaterials hold great potential as replacements for plastic, styrofoam, leather etc.</li>
      <li><b>spore</b> - A tiny reproductive bundle carrying the genetic information of the parent organism; germinates to restart the life-cycle of the fungus.</li>
    </ul>
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