Definition of Ascospores. Meaning of Ascospores. Synonyms of Ascospores

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Definition of Ascospores

Ascospore
Ascospore As"co*spore, n. [Ascus + spore.] (Bot.) One of the spores contained in the asci of lichens and fungi. [See Illust. of Ascus.]

Meaning of Ascospores from wikipedia

- ascomycetes (Ascomycota). Ascospores are formed in ascus under optimal conditions. Typically, a single ascus will contain eight ascospores (or octad). The eight...
- a few cases, the ascospores can bud off conidia that may fill the asci (e.g. Tympanis) with hundreds of conidia, or the ascospores may fragment, e.g...
- cell wall to give rise to ascospores that are aligned inside the ascus like peas in a pod. Upon opening of the ascus, ascospores may be dis****d by the...
- hold a layer of asci which contain the ascospores. The asci elongate into the ostiole, and discharge the ascospores outward. The spore distribution is a...
- Zygospores: spores produced by a zygosporangium, characteristic of zygomycetes. Ascospores: spores produced by an ascus, characteristic of ascomycetes. Basidiospores:...
- ascospores. Asci do not rupture at maturity. Ascospores are stained with Kinyoun stain and ascospore stain. When stained with Gram stain, ascospores appear...
- millions of embedded asci, each of which typically contains four to eight ascospores. Ascocarps are most commonly bowl-shaped (apothecia) but may take on a...
- ****ual spores (meiospores or ascospores/basidiospores). Conidia can be produced more readily and with less energy than ascospores and can dis**** during disturbance...
- Similarly, ascospores are hyaline, filiform, multiseptate at a length of 5-12 μm and subattenuated on both sides. Perithecial, ascus and ascospore characters...
- secondary cycle. In early spring, ascospores, the ****ual spores of the fungus, are released from the pseudothecia. Ascospores are wind-dis****d and eventually...