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Definition of the adjective Conidial
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- Of or pertaining to a conidium
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Encyclopedia of Microbiology (2009)
and of the anamorphic (conidial) states connected with these sexual species present a special biological puzzle. In the first place, there may be more morphologically distinct ...
Encyclopedia of Food Grains (2015)
by Colin W Wrigley, Harold Corke, Koushik Seetharaman, Jonathan Faubion
millet Northern leaf blight F Helminthosporium turcicum Splash-borne Conidial infection of leaves 2 Stubble management, crop rotation, resistance Possibly conidial structures on residues Sorghum, some related grasses Southern leaf blight ...
Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
Conidial germination on a susceptible host requires optimal temperature and humidity (>75%). Conidia, for example, will not infect overwintering adult Colorado potato beetles because the soil is too dry and cool; however, post- emergent ...
Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names
a, the conidial form known as Monisia: 8, stipitate ascocarps from a mummied peach; c, an ascus with spores and a paraphysis: d, separate ascospores ...
amsteloda0mi a species with blue to green conidial heads, found in nasal and occasionally cerebral infections. A. clava0tus a species with blue or green conidial heads, found in soils and manure; inhalation of its spores in contaminated ...
by Martin Weidenbörner
Deuteromycetes, Deuteromycotina, Fungi Imperfecti, conidial fungi, asexual fungi ) Artificial assemblage of mitosporic fungi with unknown meiotic states: e.g. - Alternaria, – Arthrinium, - Aspergillus, — Cladosporium, = Fusarium, – Penicillium ...
Encyclopedia of Virology (1999)
by Allan Granoff, Robert G. Webster
Transmission through asexual spores is highly efficient as 90–100% virus transmission into single conidial isolates of the fungal hosts can be achieved. Transmission via spores plays an important role in virus dissemination, as fungi produce ...
by Julian Evans, John A. Youngquist
conidial or sporothrix stage; (b) stalk-like coremium (c. 1 mm tall) and coremiospores; (c) budding yeast-like stage; (d) flask -shaped perithecium (0.5 mm tall) and ascospores. The coremium and the ...
A Dictionary of Ecology (2015)
by Michael Allaby
coral spot The common name for the coral- pink conidial pustules formed by the fungus Nectria cinnabarina on twigs, branches, ...
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Aspergillus - Conidial head
Condial heads are usually seen only where the fungi are in contact with air such as in Aspergillomas and in tracheobronchial infection.The structure of this conidial head is seen in exquisite detail. The central columella is surrounded by sterigmata and numerous round conidia are present at the periphery. H&E stain.
Contributed by Nadeem Zafar, M.D.
Photo credit: Pulmonary Pathology
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Scrabble value of C3O1N1I1D2I1A1L1
The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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