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Keywords and Sections
NARROW HYPHAE
VEGETATIVE INCOMPATIBILITY
ASEXUAL
AERIAL HYPHAE
ASCOGENOUS HYPHAE
THICK-WALLED
SPORANGIOPHORES
ASEXUAL SPORULATION
HYPHAE
VEGETATIVE HYPHAE
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Definitions

  1. Vegetative hyphae are septate. (Web site)

Narrow Hyphae

  1. The narrow hyphae resemble vegetative hyphae, since they clearly have clamp cells and form interconnections independent of the inflated hyphae (39).

Vegetative Incompatibility

  1. Heterogenic incompatibility - the process that governs fusion of like somatic or vegetative hyphae; referred to as somatic or vegetative incompatibility. (Web site)

Asexual

  1. Spores produced by fungi forming AM associations are asexual, forming by the differentiation of vegetative hyphae. (Web site)

Aerial Hyphae

  1. The vegetative hyphae obtain nutrients; the reproductive part of the fungus consists of reproductive or aerial hyphae. (Web site)

Ascogenous Hyphae

  1. C. VEGETATIVE HYPHAE: Haplophase dominant; dikaryophase produces ascogenous hyphae and ascus mother cells.

Thick-Walled

  1. Chlamydoconidia): A thick-walled, thallic conidium formed within the vegetative hyphae. (Web site)

Sporangiophores

  1. Also, vegetative hyphae near sporangiophores did not stain (Fig. (Web site)

Asexual Sporulation

  1. Asexual sporulation only rarely takes place and sexual sporulation never occurs unless vegetative hyphae are exposed to air.

Hyphae

  1. The cleistothecia are composed of hyphae having dolipore-like septa and are attached to vegetative hyphae having clamp connections. (Web site)

Vegetative Hyphae

  1. The sporangia are supported by a specialized hypha called a sporangiophore that arises from the vegetative hyphae.
  2. Macronematous: Having a conidiophore that is morphologically different from the vegetative hyphae. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Conidiophore
  2. Ascogenous Hyphae
  3. Aerial Hyphae
  4. Sporangia
  5. Asexual Sporulation
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