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Synonyms for spore

a propagative part of a plant


Words related to spore

a small usually single-celled asexual reproductive body produced by many nonflowering plants and fungi and some bacteria and protozoans and that are capable of developing into a new individual without sexual fusion

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fimbriata) treatment over control compared to fungal spore suspension, or M.
Additionally, there was a relationship between the classroom fungal spore levels and the number of days the children had worsening symptoms.
3) Fungal spores enter hospitals through ventilation systems and fungi develop on multiple surfaces, releasing more spores.
Even fungal spores in the dipping tank survived well; the survival rate (CFU/plate in Table 2) detected by the Petri plate method was much lower than the number of spores counted under the microscope (spores/mL in Table 1).
Emergency department visits for asthma occur more often on days with thunderstorms, due to what appears to be a dose-dependent response to an increase in airborne fungal spores, reported Dr.
Like bizarre Christmas tree baubles, the surface of many fungal spores are highly decorated.
Within each treatment, correlation and stepwise regression analyses were used to examine relationships between mycorrhizal fungal spore abundance and plant species composition.
Second, what is the natural pattern of pollen and fungal spore deposition for sites varying in disease frequency?
Among their topics are sampling strategies to control mycotoxins, mass spectrometry in multi-mycotoxin and fungal spore analysis, official methods and performance criteria, ensuring the quality of results from food control laboratories, developing biomarkers of human exposure to mycotoxins, mechanism-based and exposure biomarkers for mycotoxins in animals, the rationale for a polyphasic approach to identifying mycotoxigenic fungi, identifying gene and gene clusters involved in mycotoxin synthesis, and challenges and analytical approaches to masked mycotoxins in food and feed.
Eosinophils and lymphocytes from bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) were counted following cyto-centrifugation and staining at days 3, 7, 14, 28 and 42 after the second fungal spore challenge.
WPF was calculated by dividing the fungal spore concentration inside the respirator by that outside the respirator near the subject's breathing zone.
For a fungal spore to penetrate the protective surface layer of a leaf, it requires eight hours during which time the leaf must remain moist.
Eosinophils from bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) were counted following cyto-centrifugation and staining at days l, 3, 7, 14, and 35 after fungal spore challenge.
The team then analyzed the spore samples, comparing the breakout with allergy symptoms exhibited by the infants (such as sneezing and runny nose) and skin-prick tests for 17 allergens with specific fungal spore counts.
The NAB is the primary source for nationwide data on outdoor fungal spore concentrations.