These forms evolved to globose
and adult females in experiment 2 (Figure 2), in which plants were inoculated with [J.
Conidia are one-celled, globose
to pyriform, smooth, but more###and
The phylogeny revealed an ancestral range within Clade E primitive members so characterized by globose
and often internally proliferating sporangia.
9-12): Epandrium yellow with long yellow setulae; surstylus strongly sclerotized, globose
, with small pointed prominence directed medially, smooth, with sparse setulae around median prominence, weakly articulating with epandrium.
Loza-Cornejo S, Terrazas T, Lopez-Mata L (2012) Fruits, seeds and germination in five species of globose
Its fruits are glabrous and bright globose
berries, red or dark purplish when ripe.
For example, species with thin unsculptured shells, globose
body forms or both [e.
Neuronal pathology presents with typical finding of cytoplasmic, globose
4R-tau-immunoreactive inclusions and diffuse granular cytoplasmic inclusions immunoreactive for tau (so-called pretangles) (Figure 2, a and b).
A strong allometric slope from more globose
and robust shelled smaller individuals to increasingly fusiform shell shapes in larger individuals was identified.
Lactophenol blue tape preparations revealed globose
sporangia with rhizoids directly under unbranched short sporangiophore.
The genus Candida is characterized by globose
, ellipsoidal, cylindroidal or elongate cells with holoblastic budding reproduction and the ability of form pseudohyphae (4).
The colony culture on PDA was olive green to gray in color, conidiomata was up to 1 mm diameter, globose
to sub globose
Think of an upright, globose
small to medium size tree (30 feet) that blooms in July bearing yellow flower clusters.
The fruits are small globose
drupes with fleshy yellow mesocarp (pulp) and characteristic flavor and aroma.
Shape of capsula seminalis: 0) globose
, without constriction; 1) digitiform; 2) globose
, with a medial or basal constriction; 3) semiglobose, with an apical process; 4) conical; 5) subquadrangular.