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thick-walled asexual resting spore of certain fungi and algae

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Though no efforts were performed to study the Fom reduction mechanism in our bacterial strains, Elad and Baker [6] introduced siderophore production in cucumber with reducing chlamydospore germination in F.
colony features, growth rate, pigmentation, microconidia, macroconidia and chlamydospore production from slide cultures and in situ observation on PDA by using the description of Burgess et al.
that is observed microscopically for the presence of yeast cells, pseudohyphae and chlamydospores.
moniliforme isolated from different hosts based on the production of microconidia, macroconidia, chlamydospores, gibberellin and fusaric acid.
ramorum, assuming: (a) inclusion of resting propagules such as chlamydospores has been avoided and (b) dispersal propagules have reached it.
A large quantity of chlamydospores was produced in the rhizoplane (Figure 1B), and the hyphae of the fungus penetrated into cells of the root cortex (Figure 1C).
Microscopically broad, irregular septate hyphae with many terminal and intercalary chlamydospores were present in smear prepared from fungal colonies and stained with Lactophenol cotton blue stain.
After incubation the cuts into agar were investigated for the presence of chlamydospores (Kurtzman and Fell 1998)
Efficiency of feeding Duddingtonia flagrans chlamydospores to grazing ewes on reducing availability of parasitic nematode larvae on pasture.
In some cases infectious source in the form of chlamydospores can be brought into vigorous trees with side drought by insects-xylophages, flown out of stressed trees.
palmivora produces large chlamydospores and is easily distinguished from P.
fasciculatum chlamydospores, an indicator of erosive processes (Geel et al.
Symptoms: The affected canes produce long, black whip-like and coiled or curved shoots, which are covered with a thin silvery membrane, containing masses of chlamydospores of the fungus.
However some authors consider it to be polymorphic exhibiting several different morphological forms including budding yeast cells (blastospores, blastoconidia), pseudohyphae (elongatged yeast cells that appear as filamentous cell chains), true hyphae and chlamydospores.