Definition of Bacillar. Meaning of Bacillar. Synonyms of Bacillar

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Definition of Bacillar

Bacillar
Bacillar Ba*cil"lar, a. (Biol.) Pertaining to, or produced by, the organism bacillus; bacillary.
Bacillar
Bacillar Ba*cil"lar, a. [L. bacillum little staff.] (Biol.) Shaped like a rod or staff.

Meaning of Bacillar from wikipedia

- chamois-coloured with a wide ostiole. The conidia are narrowly ellipsoid to bacillar, non-septate, colourless, and measure 5–6 by 1.0–1.2 μm. Fellhanera ivoriensis...
- orange-yellow colour. The ascospores, or spores produced in the asci, are bacillar to very narrowly clavate and 3-septate, measuring 25 35 by 1.2–1.7 μm....
- D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z See also Citations Sources bacillar Also bacilar, bacilliform, baculate, baculiform. Shaped like a small rod...
- Museum (Natural History). (for book descriptions see footnotes) The non-bacillar nature of abrus-poison : with observations on its chemical and physiological...
- spores, are non-septate, hyaline, and range in shape from ellipsoid to bacillar (rod shaped), sometimes exhibiting a curved form. The secondary chemistry...
- bodies), producing translucent a****ual spores (conidia) that are either bacillar (rod-shaped) or bifusiform (double-spindle shaped). The tissue composition...
- a****ually through structures called pycnidia, which produce rod-shaped (bacillar), hyaline conidia (a****ual spores). In terms of chemical composition, this...
- are in the form of pycnidia. The conidia lack a septum, are rod-shaped (bacillar) to thread-shaped (filiform) in form (often curved), and are hyaline. The...