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Definition of Paraphyses
ParaphysesParaphysis Pa*raph"y*sis, n.; pl. Paraphyses. [NL., fr. Gr.
? beside + ? growth.] (Bot.)
A minute jointed filament growing among the archegonia and
antheridia of mosses, or with the spore cases, etc., of other
Meaning of Paraphyses from wikipedia
are erect sterile
filament-like support structures occurring among
the reproductive apparatuses
of fungi, ferns, bryophytes
and some thallophytes...
- cells develop
into sterile cells called cystidia
(basidiomycetes) or paraphyses
are often important
- The paraphyses
at the base and brown
in the upper
regions, are 4–11 µm wide, and longer
than the asci. Cells
at the end of the paraphyses
tips and are at high turgor
pressure. Tips of the paraphyses
are very tightly...
- stinkhorns. Inters****d among
the asci are threadlike sterile cells called paraphyses
. Similar structures called cystidia often occur within
- space, with both ends attached
to the gills, help together
by clasping paraphyses
. As the gill expands
the cystidium breaks
away from one gill and projects...
- Geoglossum difforme paraphyses
, 800X total
magnification. Geoglossum simile paraphyses
, 800X total
magnification. Geoglossum cookeanum paraphyses
, 800X total...
- including functionless
sti****s and carpels, leaf reduction
of Equisetum, paraphyses
of Fungi. Well known examples
are the reductions
- of their paraphyses
of L. hormozganensis
of L. parva, albeit smaller
of L. citricola. Paraphyses
of L. hormozganensis...
(fruit body opening) is caused
by the pressure exerted
by swollen paraphyses
—sterile (i.e., nonreproductive) cells
that are inters****d between
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