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The hymenium (German fruit layer ) is understood as the place where the meiospore formation of tubular and stand mushrooms is located in the macroscopically visible hyphae of the fruiting body . The meiosporic cysts - depending on the group of fungi one speaks of asci or basidia - are arranged in a thin layer in the form of palisades. Often there are sterile end sections of fungal threads between the spore-forming cells.


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