genus

[ jee-nuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF genus

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GENUS

Although the batrachian is of the genus bufo, he is by no means a buffo genius.

The genus has two varieties: good providers and bad providers.

But I have not yet regularly described the genus and species of which I am treating.

But you don't understand, and I'll have to talk to my genus.

Its use will help to locate the plant in hand in the genus to which it belongs.

By the collar the genus differs from the other genera which are to follow.

The genus has neither a volva nor a ring and the spores are white.

The genus Clitocybe differs from Tricholoma in the character of the gills.

Russula is so named because of its likeness in color to some species of the genus Russula.

It is quite a typical species, too, having all the characteristics of the genus.

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