Definition of Ostiole. Meaning of Ostiole. Synonyms of Ostiole

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Definition of Ostiole

Ostiole
Ostiole Os"ti*ole, n. [L. ostiolum a little door, dim. of ostium a door: cf. F. ostiole.] (Bot.) (a) The exterior opening of a stomate. See Stomate. (b) Any small orifice.

Meaning of Ostiole from wikipedia

- An ostiole is a small hole or opening through which algae or fungi release their mature spores. The word is a diminutive of "ostium", "opening". The term...
- florets on its inner surface. It is closed off from most organisms by the ostiole, fringed by scale-like bracts. Syconia can be monoecious or functionally...
- through a small natural opening (the ostiole) and deposits her eggs in the cavity. Forcing her way through the ostiole, the mated mature female often loses...
- layer of asci which contain the ascospores. The asci elongate into the ostiole, and discharge the ascospores outward. The spore distribution is a lengthy...
- Arthroderma. Perithecia are flask shaped structures opening by a pore or ostiole (short papilla opening by a circular pore) through which the ascospores...
- vase. The conidia are released through a small opening at the apex, the ostiole. Acervular conidiomata, or acervuli, are cushion-like structures that form...
- temperatures. When conditions improve, the amoeba can emerge through the pore or ostiole at the center of the cyst. N. fowleri has been observed to encyst at temperatures...
- They are surrounded by two crescent-shaped cells at right angles to the ostiole. The epidermis bears simple one- to three-celled warty hairs, and small...
- periosteum, synostosis osti- entrance Latin ostium ostiary, ostiolar, ostiole, ostium ostrac- s**** Gr**** ὄστρειον (óstreion), ὀστρακίζω (ostrakízō)...
- at the top of the puffball sloughs away, revealing a pre-formed hole (ostiole) in the endoperidium, through which the spores can escape. In young puffballs...