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Definition of the noun acervulus
What does acervulus mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: acervuli
- small asexual fruiting body resembling a cushion or blister consisting of a mat of hyphae that is produced on a host by some fungi
Alternative definition of the noun acervulus
- calcified concretions near the pineal gland; brain sand
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Acervulus ; L. acervulus, heap) An acervulus is a flat or saucer-shaped bed of ...
Introduction to Fungi (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Acervulus: An acervulus is a small asexual fruiting body that erupts through the epidermis ...
by Robert N. Trigiano
An acervulus is a flat, saucer-shaped bed of short conidiophores that grow side by side within host tissue and beneath the epidermis or cuticle. A pycnidium is a globose or flask-shaped structure lined on the inside with conidiophores.
The acervulus is a flat layer of fungal hyphae that forms conidia and often is immersed in the tissue of the plant host. 3.2. Sexual spores Sexual development increases genetic diversity and promotes survival in a changing environment ...
Medical Terms (1997)
by A.R. Tindall
Note: acervulus is a late invention and not found in Latin. Athare [Atheroma – a tumour containing gruellike matter] Boubon Inguen Philtron – also, a love-charm, a spell, love, affection. [Phileo – to love, show affection] Auxano Phyo Cresco ...
by Lorentz C. Pearson
An acervulus is a cushion-like mass of hyphae made up of conidiophores (the stalks from which the conidia are produced) packed closely together in a subcortical layer. Often the spores are surrounded by a gummy mass. In some species, the ...
Essential Plant Pathology (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Acervulus: An acervulus is a smallasexual fruiting body that erupts throughthe epidermis ofhost plants parasitised bymitosporic fungi of the form order Melanconiales (Deuteromycota, Coelomycetes). It has the form of a small cushion at the ...
Fungi and Allied Organisms (2005)
by P. D. Sharma
An acervulus is a pseudoparenchymatous aggregation of hyphae which develop beneath the surface of a host plant. These hyphae eventually form a superficial, open, flat, bed of closely-packed, parallel-oriented, small conidiophores.
The Fungi (2005)
by Geeta Sumbali, B. M. Johri
An acervulus is a typically — flat, open bed of short conidiophores arising from the upper layers of a pseudoparenchymatous stromatic mass of hyphae (Fig. 7A). The acervuli may be subcuticular, subepidermal or epidermal. As the conidia ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)
& acervulus, q.v., + -ina.] A genus of foraminifers, of the family Nummulinidae. Acervulinae (a-sèr-vil-line), n. pl. [NL.,< acervulus, q.v., + -ina..] A group of foraminiferous rhizopodous protozoans, in which the spiral form of the shell is so ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
acervulus, q.v., + ...
by Michael Allaby
acervulus. An asexual, *conidiabearing structure that is formed by certain *fungi * parasitic in plants. It consists of a mat of fungal tissue which bears a layer of * conidiophores; initially formed within the plant *tissues, it later breaks through to the ...
Concise Medical Dictionary (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin
acervulus. cerebri. a collection of granules of calciumcontaining material that is sometimes found within the *pineal gland as its calcification proceeds (normally after the 17th year): 'brain sand'.
by William Dwight Whitney
acervulus, n. 2. The fruiting pustule of certain fungi, as Glceosporium and related genera, consisting of small ...
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
& acervulus, q.v., + -ina..] A group of foraminiferous rhizopodous protozoans , in which the spiral form of the shell is so obscured or effaced by the irregular addition of new chambers that the whole appears as if heaped together, acervuline ...
& acervulus, q.v., + -ina.] A genus of foraminifers, of the family Nummulinidae. Acervulinae (a-sèr-vil-li'né), n. pl. [NL.,< accrvulus, q.v., + -ina..] A group of foraminiferous rhizopodous protozoans, in which the spiral form of the £ is so ...
A Dictionary of Scientific Terms, Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition of Terms in Biology, Botony, Zoology, Anatomy, Cyctology, Embroyology, Physiology (1920)
by Isabella Ferguson Henderson, William Dawson Henderson
acervulus (äsërVülüs) я. [LL. dim. of acervus, heap.] A small heap or cluster ...
acervulus (äsërfvülůs ) n. [LL. dim. of aten/us, heap.] A small heap or cluster; especially of sporogenous mycelium (00L). acervulus cerebri,-minute grains of а calcareous nature in the ...
by UN Panda
Acervuloma An intracranial tumor containing acervulus or brain sand, psammoma. Acervulus Brain sand. Acescence 1. A slight degree of acidity. 2. The process of becoming sour. Acescent Slightly acid. Acestoma Exuberant granulations that ...
by Thomas Lathrop Stedman
acervulus, a little heap.] Occurring in clusters, aggregated. acervulo'ma. An intracranial tumor containing acervulus, or brain-sand; psammoma. acer'vulus [L. dim. of ...
acervulus (as-er'vu-lus) pl., acer'vuli [L. dim. of acer'vus a heap]. Brain-sand; or, more exactly, the mass of sabulous matter which lies near the pineal body. Called also acervulus cerebri. acescence (as-es'ens) [L. aces' ...
The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge (1809)
by William Nicholson
The brain of the mammalia wants the digital cavity of the lateral ventricle, and ui general the acervulus of the pineal gland. Its anterior lobes are elongated into a process called tlie mamillary, giving rise to die olfactory nerves. In birds ...
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