Definition of Oospore. Meaning of Oospore. Synonyms of Oospore

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Definition of Oospore

Oospore
Oospore O"["o]*spore, n. [Gr. ? an egg + ? a seed.] (Bot.) (a) A special kind of spore resulting from the fertilization of an o["o]sphere by antherozoids. (b) A fertilized o["o]sphere in the ovule of a flowering plant.

Meaning of Oospore from wikipedia

- An oospore is a thick-walled ****ual spore that develops from a fertilized oosphere in some algae, fungi, and Oomycetes. They are believed to have evolved...
- nucleus and enters a resting stage as a diploid, thick-walled oospore. The germinating oospore undergoes mitosis and gives rise to diploid hyphae which reproduce...
- proximal (lower) half of the oogonium (paragyny), and the union producing oospores. Like animals, but not like most true fungi, meiosis is gametic, and somatic...
- and can reproduce both ****ually and a****ually. ****ual reproduction of an oospore is the result of contact between hyphae of a male antheridia and female...
- an oospore is produced. Oospores are resting structures that allow the pathogen to overwinter in the soil. Once the oospore is formed, the oospore will...
- and fuse with the oosphere’s haploid nucleus forming a diploid oospore. The oospore is then ready to germinate and develop into an adult diploid somatic...
- mildew. P. halstedii originated in North America. Plasmopara halstedii oospores produce a thin wall which are resistant structures, ****ually produced that...
- slightly longer than the oospore. The species is monoecious and richly fertile oogonia are situated above the antheridia. The oospore is dark brown or black...
- overwintering oospores mainly serving as the primary inoculum. This primarily occurs by the use of oospore encrusted seeds for planting. Oospores, and sometimes...
- cl****. Peronosclerospora sorghi infects susceptible plants though ****ual oospores, which survive in the soil, and a****ual sporangia which are disseminated...
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