|fungus with tubes||pore fungus|
|(Botany) an shared connection between the roots of a fungus and the roots of a higher plant||mycorrhiza|
|(Cuisine) Italian dish consisting of tube shaped pasta having a filling of meat or cheese; tubular pasta, stuffed pasta tubes||cannelloni|
|(Slang) in trouble (as in "She is down the tubes for missing her French test")||down the tubes|
|acid produced from fungus||lysergic acid|
|aecidium, reproductive organ of fungus||aecium|
|affect or be affected by fungus, cover with mildew; affect with mildew; become mouldy from excessive exposure to moisture, fungal disease of plants, gray or white fungus, soft green or black area (often fuzzy) caused by a fungus that sometimes grows on...||mildew|
|agent that expands the bronchial tubes (Anatomy), drug for asthma||bronchodilator|
|animal disease caused by a mold fungus from the Aspergillus family, severe fungal infection||aspergillosis|
|ant feeding on fungus||leafcutter ant|
|antibiotic from soil bacterium, antibiotic produced by a soil fungus||streptothricin|
|any fungus with a spherical spore case, round fungus containing spores||puffball|
|any of a number of skin diseases (Pathology), plant growing on rocks, plant organism made up of a fungus and an alga which grow together on rocks (tree trunks, walls etc.)||lichen|
|any of numerous types of fungi that have short thick stems and cap-like tops (of which some are highly poisonous and some are edible), become mushroom-shaped, edible fungus, fast-growing thing, gather mushrooms; sprout up rapidly like mushrooms, develo...||mushroom|
|any of various fungi that are similar to algae (i.e. mold and mildew), fungus||phycomycete|
|any one of a number of subterranean fungi that are edible, chocolate candy, fleshy fungus eaten as delicacy||truffle|
|asexual structure in fungus||pycnidium|
|become affected with smut, dirty, stain; become dirty; be affected by a plant disease characterized by the development of black powdery spots, fungus bearing disease, make dirty, obscene material, small piece of soot, sooty particle; black spot, smudge...||smut|
|blow to the head, blow to the head; head; nose, break down, decay, fruiting body of fungus, hit on head, process, straight hairstyle, straighten hair||conk|
|branch dealing in the study of fungi; fungi native to a certain area (Botany), characteristics of individual fungus, fungi of particular area||mycology|
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