is a botanical
to both plantae
and fungi, meaning
'arranged in two rows'. The term can refer
to any number
- to as tepals). When the perianth
is in two whorls, it is described
may be green, known
as sepaloid, it may also be brightly...
- Meijer, M.; Samson, R. A. (2007). "Aspergillus brasiliensis
sp. nov., a biseriate black Aspergillus species
with world-wide distribution". International...
- it does not have paraphyses, its asci are oblong, and its sporidia
and have an oblong-elliptical shape. Its perithecia mesaure
of both uniseriate
(lined up in a single
row) and biseriate
(lined up in two rows) ascospores
in the asci, pycnidia
that are superficial...
- mosses. Andreaeopsida
by the biseriate
(two rows of cells) rhizoids, multiseriate
(many rows of cells) protonema...
- The asci are narrowly
48–60 by 11–13 μm, with 8 biseriate
spores. The ascospores
elliptical, and 2-celled;...
- partially erumpent
and up to 1 mm diameter. The ****ual spores
are eight biseriate ascospores occur inside
of asci occur
in immersed, partially
- worldwide. It is characterized
by its yellow, thick-walled hyphae
sterigmata. The fungus produces citrinin
and 5 unique
- possessed strobili
at the ends of its branches
purposes. Biseriate sporophylls existed
side of the cones. It has been previously...