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Glossary: G.

Gelatinous:

The consistency of jelly.

Genotype:

The genetic constitution of an organism. The genotype produces the phenotype

Gentropism:

Growing in response to gravity.

Gill:

The part of the fungi that contains the basidia as in the Agaric-type fungi.

Glabrescent:

Becoming smooth.

Glabrous:

Smooth or bald.

Glutinous:

A highly viscous gelatinous layer, having an extreme condition of viscidity.

Gram:

A method used for separating bacteria in which bacteria are stained with crystal violet and then washed with iodine solution.

Gram Positive:

positive bacteria (bacillus) retain the dye.

Gram negative:

bacteria (pseudomonas and some of the Bacillus) lose the dye.

Gregarious:

Growing in numerous close clusters or groups of the same kind.

From the latin: gregarius. to congregate.

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