arthroconidium


arthroconidium
arthroconidium артроспора

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  • Arthroconidium — Arthroconidia are a type of fungal spores typically produced by segmentation of pre existing fungal hyphae. These spores are asexual and are generally not as durable and environmentally persistent as, for instance, bacterial endospores or… …   Wikipedia

  • arthroconidium — (ar thro ko nid e um; pl., arthroconidia) A thallic conidium released by the fragmentation or lysis of hypha. It is not notably larger than the parental hypha, and separation occurs at a septum …   Dictionary of microbiology

  • arthroconidium — A conidium released by fragmentation or separation at the septum of cells of the hypha. SYN: arthrospore. [G. arthron, joint, + conidium] * * * ar·thro·co·nid·i·um .är (.)thrō kə nid ē əm n, pl …   Medical dictionary

  • arthrospore — SYN: arthroconidium. [arthro + G. sporos, seed] * * * ar·thro·spore är thrə .spō(ə)r, .spȯ(ə)r n ARTHROCONIDIUM * * * ar·thro·spore (ahrґthro spor) [arthro + spore] an asexual fungal spore formed by hyphal segmentation. Called also… …   Medical dictionary

  • oidium — Formerly used term for arthroconidium. [Mod. L. dim. of G. oon, egg] * * * oid·ium ō id ē əm n 1) cap a genus of imperfect fungi of the family Moniliaceae including many which are now considered to be conidial stages of various powdery mildews 2) …   Medical dictionary

  • Conidium — Conidia on conidiophores …   Wikipedia

  • Conidia — Conidie Conidie sur conidiophore …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Conidie — sur conidiophore Conidiophore de …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Conidiophore — Conidie Conidie sur conidiophore …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Conidiospore — Conidie Conidie sur conidiophore …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mitospore — Conidie Conidie sur conidiophore …   Wikipédia en Français


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