The stalk and sorus also play important roles in the amoeba farms.
sorus A reproductive structure in certain amoebas, fungi and lichens.
Each sorus may be covered with a membrane-like protective layer called the indusium.
The sporangia within each sorus produce spores that germinate and develop into a prothallus, which grows into a heart-shaped gametophyte.
1); globose to cylindrical: 3-5 mm long; a single sorus with one central columella of host tissue and a longitudinally rupturing peridium (Fig.
Sorus as whip-shaped, elongated main axis; infected plants sterile; whip often more than 1 m long, the diameter decreasing from ca.
Mature spores are released en masse as the tip of the sorus
erodes so that sudden decreases in sorus
area on a plant reflect pulses in spore release.
The larval period lasts three to four weeks after which pupation occurs in the sorus
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(sori)--Region where sporangia are clustered on reproductive fern fronds.
We estimated sorus
area in Pterygophora in the same way except that we measured all sori since individuals rarely had [greater than] 10 sorus
appalachianum are often uniformly golden brown (sometimes weakly bicolored), the leaves are often larger and widest near the base ( but not always), the spores are less than 52[micro]m, and there are usually more than 40 sporangiasters per sorus