Definition of sporangia. Meaning of sporangia. Synonyms of sporangia
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Definition of sporangia
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Plurilocular sporangiaPlurilocular Plu`ri*loc"u*lar, a. [Pluri- + locular.]
Having several cells or loculi; specifically (Bot.), having
several divisions containing seeds; as, the lemon and the
orange are plurilocular fruits.
Plurilocular sporangia (Bot.), many-celled sporangia, each
cell containing a single spore, as in many alg[ae].
Meaning of sporangia from wikipedia
- A sporangium
) (modern Latin, from Gr**** σπόρος (sporos) ‘spore’ + ἀγγεῖον (angeion) ‘vessel’) is an enclosure
in which spores
- A sorus
(pl. sori/soruses) is a cluster
spores) in ferns
and fungi. This New Latin
word is from Ancient...
are produced inside
structure, the sporangium. Sporangia
by a large apophysate columella
atop a long stalk, the sporangiop****...
- spore. A****ual reproduction involves
, producing motile
zoospores. Oomycetes occupy
- -- such as a single fleshy
leaf. Fern fronds often
the plant's spores
are formed, usually
on the underside
- strobili) is a structure present
on many land plant species consisting
-bearing structures densely aggregated along
a stem. Strobili
- of germ tubes
in vitro, the formation
of colonial thalli
with multiple sporangia
in vivo, and a lower thermal
preference. B. dendrobatidis infects
a cross-section of the leaf to the bottom, bunches
will be found. Sporangia
will form the “white downy” appearance
of the leaves, giving...
- original description
of the genus, Lang described
as flattened, "with terminal sporangia
that are short
and wide", and in the species
- naked aerial
axes ("stems") with terminal
). The rhyniophytes
to be stem group tracheophytes
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