Definition of Exospore. Meaning of Exospore. Synonyms of Exospore

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Definition of Exospore

Exospore
Exospore Ex`o*spore, n. [Exo+spote.] (Biol.) The extreme outer wall of a spore; the epispore.

Meaning of Exospore from wikipedia

- Conidia, sometimes termed a****ual chlamydospores, or chlamydoconidia are a****ual, non-motile spores of a fungus, from the Gr**** word for dust, konis. They...
- Microsoreae is a tribe of ferns with clathrate scales, thin exospores, and monomorphic fronds. This tribe contains at least seven genera. D. J. Mabberley...
- scales, but sometimes opaque. They have usually thick, sometimes thin, exospores. The possess monomorphic fronds. This tribe contains at least seven genera...
- tribe of ferns with clathrate (lattice-like) scales. They have thick exospores and monomorphic fronds. This tribe contains at least three genera. ...
- clathrate scales and thick exospore; Belvisia and Lepisorus), Microsoreae (fronds monomorphic, with clathrate scales and thin exospore), Polypodieae (Pecluma...
- Gram-negative and Gram-positive genera. None of them make resting structures like exospores or cysts and none of them have the complex intracellular membrane systems...
- bacteria as well. There are different types of spores including endospores, exospores, and spore-like structures called microbial cysts. Each of these aid the...
- Some cl****es of bacteria can turn into exospores, also known as microbial cysts, instead of endospores. Exospores and endospores are two kinds of "hibernating"...
- protected by a wall, consisting of three layers: an outer electron-dense exospore a median, wide and seemingly structureless endospore, containing chitin...
- outer cuticularized wall composed largely of sporopollenin called the exospore or exine. The exine often bears spines or warts, or is variously sculptured...