Definition of hyphal in English:

hyphal

adjective

Botany

See hypha

‘The formation of arbuscules, arbusculate coils, hyphal coils, and vesicles within the roots of the two host plants was examined.’
  • ‘For the + B plants, percentage hyphal colonization was lowest in August.’
  • ‘In this process, the dikaryotic mycelium forms hyphal knots, some of which differentiate into fruitbody initials.’
  • ‘This mechanism, which has been suggested for AM fungi in grassland, is not surprising, given the extent of hyphal networks in forests.’
  • ‘Fungal growth cultured from hyphal strands was examined 4, 5, and 6 days after incubation.’