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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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Kalia and Aiichiro Nakano used computer-based models to identify mechanisms or "strategies" used by bacterial spores to evade attack from extreme temperatures, chemicals and radiation.
Aerial Dispersal of Pollen and Spores" will hold notable importance for: Researchers and practitioners to evaluate the relative importance of nearby and faraway sources of inoculum: Breeders to assess outcrossing potential and pollen mediated gene flow (PMGF) in the environment; Botanists to evaluate physical characteristics of pollen and spores.
botulinum spores exist in raw food materials before they are processed.
Figure 2), had a significant spore load all season long, which resulted in Coastal Viticultural Consultants making recommendations to adjust sprayer speed and application intervals and alter cultural practices.
Scientists at The Ohio State University set out to enhance the lethality of PATP against pressure- and heat-resistant spores of B.
Researchers were unable to detect spores in TB cultures and demonstrated that the TB bacterium doesn't even contain genes related to those needed to produce spores.
Lucy Bradshaw, general manager of Maxis, said that these new games will extend the creativity tools of Spore to an all-new audience.
We are so excited to finally get Spore into the hands of fans and players.
Researchers in Southern California reported an association between ambient mold spore concentrations and childhood asthma attacks even in areas where the airborne spore concentrations are relatively low (12-hr daytime mean spore concentration of ~ 4,000 spores/[m.
Sphaeroplasts from some fungi have been prepared by digesting the germ tube cell wall more successfully than digesting the spore wall itself.
Skin near a tadpole's mouth contains keratin, A zoospore (swimming spore, or reproductive body) of the fungus attaches to the developing frog's mouth.
Germinated spores were also enumerated by pour plate count method with either BHI agar or TSA, depending on the type of germination nutrient used in the spore activation procedure.