basidiospore


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a sexually produced fungal spore borne on a basidium

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1997) also given a description for American collection of this species which has slightly smaller basidiospore size of Pakistani collection.
CCA and sodium pentachlorophenate inhibition of basidiospore germination of decay fungi: Contact agar method.
Q is the ratio between the basidiospores length and width, [Q.
neoformans by production of smooth, elongate cylinder- to rod-shaped basidiospores (7).
The physiological stage of the host at the time of dispersal of basidiospores can also differ between years; thus observed genetic correlations will not be stable over the long term since, in actuality, they concern different traits.
Inhibition of basidiospore germination by copper from MCQ, ACQ and CCA leachates.
The pore and basidiospore sizes are the foremost morphological criteria for the identification of these two Lignosus species and differentiation from the other generic members (Tan et al.
sepiarium) formed relatively small genets which are indicative for basidiospore infection and showed limited subsequent vegetative spread.
There were also significant variations within and between Ganoderma species in terms of their cultural morphology and basidiospore characteristics.
Morphological characters like shape, size and color of basidiomata, basidiospore size, basidial lengths, shape and size of cheilocystidia of both collections were measured and compared.
This mycosis is acquired by inhalation of basidiospores found in bird excreta and tree detritus.
Its microscopic features include septate, branched, hyaline hyphae with clamp connections, spicules, and/or basidiospores.
Although in temperate climates peach rust fungi are often present as several spore states (uredospores, teliospores, basidiospores and aeciospores), uredospores are the main type of inoculum found in Brazil and commonly overwinters in cankers and branches and produce the primary inoculum for epidemics in the following crop season.