aseptate


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aseptate

(eɪˈsɛpteɪt)
adj
(Biology) biology not divided into cells or sections by septa
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Filamentous fungi with aseptate mycelia were identified as "zygomycete," with no further characterization as to genus.
Histological examination of gastric biopsy showed areas of ulceration and necrosis with inflammatory granulation, within areas of necrosis are seen many broad aseptate fungal hyphae of mucor (Figure 1).
Aseptate conidiophores and mostly radiate heads with mono and biserriate sterigmata mounted on flask shaped vesicles.
Histopathological studies reveal that in tissue Mucorales hyphae can be distinguished from common opportunistic moulds by their broad (3-25 pm) diameter thin walled, mostly aseptate hyphae together with angio-invasion.
The immature conidia were hyaline, aseptate, and oval-shaped and had thick cell walls, while the mature conidia were dark brown, septate and had thin-cell walls with vertical striations.
terreus Shape of sporangium Globuse and smooth Spores shape on Abundant aerial mycelia, sphore are round myecelia Structure of hyphae Long hyphae and aseptate Colony colour Cinnamon brown surface with yellow reverse Colony texture Flat
Conidia long, ovoid to obpyriform or obclavate, pale to olivaceous brown, thick walled, smooth, without a germ slit, aseptate, 10-17.
Paraophioidina scolescoides NSP, a new aseptate gregarine from cultured Pacific White shrimp Penaeus vannamei.
Comparative development of aseptate and septate anthers of Annonaceae.
Histopathology of infected tissue often shows characteristic broad, ribbon like, thin-walled, primarily aseptate hyphae that have irregular diameters; with nondichotomous irregular branching and accompanying tissue necrosis and fungal angioinvasion.
Colletotrichum gloeosporioides conidia are normally aseptate, however they develop septa during germination (Figure 1B-C) due to mitosis (MOULD et al.