plant body (lacking true roots or stems)
A usually flat vegetative ogan without differentiation into stem and leaves.
a main plant body, not differentiated into a stem and leaves.
The body of a plant which is not differentiated into stem, root and leaf.
Entire body of a fungus.
(thal´ us) [Gr.: sprout] • Any algal body which is not differentiated into root, stem, and leaf.
a simple plant body, such as multicellular algae, that is not differentiated into stem and leaves.
the vegetative body of a plant that is not differentiated into organs such as stems and leaves, e.g. the gametophytes of ferns, and Lemnaceae.
The vegetative structure of algae and fungi, which may be leaf-like or stem-like, but is not vascular tissue.
A plantlike organism not divided into leaves, stem, and root. Mushrooms and lichen are examples of thalli.
The vegetative body of a lichen.
Name given to the vegetative body in fungi and some lower plants where there is no specialized tissue development.
n. (Gr. thallos, a young shoot) a plant body that lacks differentiation into distinct forms of stems, leaves, roots, and does not grow from an apical point.
(pl. = thalli) the `body' of a fungus.
Gk. thallos, a young twig] A simple plant or algal body without true roots, leaves, or stems.
The plant-like structure of a fungus or alga, usually macroscopic in size.
a plant body without true stems or roots or leaves or vascular system; characteristic of the thallophytes
a flattened growth form, which does not have discrete organs like stems, leaves and roots
a multicellular plant body exhibiting little differentiation of tissues and lacking such organs as roots , stems and leaves
an old botanical term used to describe "plants" that do not have leaves, stems and roots, and its origin goes back to a time when only two kingdoms were recognized in classifying organisms, i
a simple vegetative body undifferentiated into true leaves, stems, roots, or the like
General form of an alga that, unlike a plant, is not differentiated into stems, roots, or leaves
Plant in which the roots, stems, and leaves cannot be distinguished from one another.
The vegetative part of simple plants, ranging from unicellular structures to large seaweeds. It shows no differentiation into root, stem, and leaves.
plant body that is not differentiated into root, stem or leaf
the whole seaweed is called the thallus.
The body of the plant in the family Lemnaceae.
A vegetative form lacking stems, roots, or leaves, such as the gametophyte of a thalloid liverwort or a fern.
The vegetative body of the lower plant that has not differentiated into stems and leaves.
(Gr. thallos, a sprout) Plant body without true roots, stems, or leaves.
The entire physical entity of a propagule or a whole plant
A main plant body not differentiated into stems and leaves as in duckweeds and liverworts.
(Pl. thalli.) Any simple vegetative plant body that lacks roots, stems and leaves.
The entire body of an alga.
(pl. Thalli) - The usually ill-defined `body' of a simple plant.
the vegetative body of a fungus
term given to the body of a lower plant which has no recognisable shoot, root, leaf regions
A flat, branching, undifferentiated plant body, e.g. seaweed
The body of a seaweed.
A simple plant body which does not exhibit any differentiation into root, stem and leaves.
Any simple vegetative plant body that lacks roots, stems and leaves. (Pl. thalli.) ( 15)
the somatic phase of a fungus.
Relatively simple plant body devoid of stems, leaves and roots. In fungi, the somatic phase.
Thallus, from Latinized Greek θαλλος (thallos), meaning a green shoot or twig, is an undifferentiated vegetative tissue of some non-mobile organisms, which were previously known as the thallophytes.