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Definition of the noun Acrasiales
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Acrasiales is an order of Acrasiomycetes.
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by Jill Bailey
The cellular slime moulds are often classified as an order (Acrasiales) of the MYXOMYCOTA, or as a class of the Gymnomycota (naked fungi), and were once placed in the Protozoa by zoologists. acre a unit of area used in Britain and the USA.
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
Acrasiales. Mycology, a class of cellular slime molds noted for both plant and animal characteristics; usually classified in the division Myxomycota. (From a Greek word meaning "bad mixture.") acrasia Psychology, the absence of self- control.
by John M. Lackie
acrasiales See Acrasidae. Acrasidae Order of Protozoa also known as the ...
Myxomycetes: orders Acrasiales ...
Acrasiales (a-krä-si-ā'léz), n. pl. [NL., & Gr. axpagia, bad mixture, + Tales.] The lowest of the three orders of Myxomycetes, consisting of two small families of imperfectly known amoeboid organisms, some of which are found in old manure.
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
Three orders, Acrasiales, Plasmodiophorales, and Myxogastrales are recognized . They form slimy yellow, brown, or purple (never green) masses of motile protoplasm during active growth, and are then destitute of cell-wall. Under certain ...
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