Definition of Micromorphology. Meaning of Micromorphology. Synonyms of Micromorphology

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- Wallemia sebi is a xerophilic fungus of the phylum Basidiomycota. It is commonly found on highly sugared or salted materials, such as jams, bread, cakes...
- on top, that captures the lateral range of variability. While soil micromorphology begins in the field with the routine and careful use of a 10x hand...
- Leccinellum lepidum is a species of bolete in the family Boletaceae. Originally described as Boletus lepidus in 1965, the fungus has gone through controversial...
- not all members of that order are boletes. Recent discoveries in the micromorphology and molecular phylogeny of this group have established that it also...
- Lactarius is a genus of mushroom-producing, ectomycorrhizal fungi, containing several edible species. The species of the genus, commonly known as milk-caps...
- Lactifluus volemus, formerly known as Lactarius volemus, is a species of fungus in the family Russulaceae. It is widely distributed in the northern hemisphere...
- The Virtual Microscope project is an initiative to make micromorphology and behavior of some small organisms available online. Images are from Antarctica...
- "Delimitation of Amaranthus cruentus L. and Amaranthus caudatus L. using micromorphology and AFLP analysis: an application in germplasm identification". Genetic...
- Psyquay; Abdullah, Meilina Ong; Abdullah, Janna Ong (2017-11-02). "Floral micromorphology and transcriptome analyses of a fragrant Vandaceous Orchid, Vanda Mimi...
- these strains are only antigenically related, having similarities in micromorphology, growth rates, toxin production, and the ability to grow in water and...
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