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spor·u·late

 (spôr′yə-lāt′)
intr.v. spor·u·lat·ed, spor·u·lat·ing, spor·u·lates
To produce or release spores.

[From New Latin sporula, small spore, diminutive of spora, spore, from Greek sporā, seed; see spore.]

spor′u·la′tion n.

sporulate

(ˈspɒrjʊˌleɪt)
vb
(Biology) (intr) to produce spores, esp by multiple fission
ˌsporuˈlation n

sporulate


Past participle: sporulated
Gerund: sporulating

Imperative
sporulate
sporulate
Present
I sporulate
you sporulate
he/she/it sporulates
we sporulate
you sporulate
they sporulate
Preterite
I sporulated
you sporulated
he/she/it sporulated
we sporulated
you sporulated
they sporulated
Present Continuous
I am sporulating
you are sporulating
he/she/it is sporulating
we are sporulating
you are sporulating
they are sporulating
Present Perfect
I have sporulated
you have sporulated
he/she/it has sporulated
we have sporulated
you have sporulated
they have sporulated
Past Continuous
I was sporulating
you were sporulating
he/she/it was sporulating
we were sporulating
you were sporulating
they were sporulating
Past Perfect
I had sporulated
you had sporulated
he/she/it had sporulated
we had sporulated
you had sporulated
they had sporulated
Future
I will sporulate
you will sporulate
he/she/it will sporulate
we will sporulate
you will sporulate
they will sporulate
Future Perfect
I will have sporulated
you will have sporulated
he/she/it will have sporulated
we will have sporulated
you will have sporulated
they will have sporulated
Future Continuous
I will be sporulating
you will be sporulating
he/she/it will be sporulating
we will be sporulating
you will be sporulating
they will be sporulating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sporulating
you have been sporulating
he/she/it has been sporulating
we have been sporulating
you have been sporulating
they have been sporulating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sporulating
you will have been sporulating
he/she/it will have been sporulating
we will have been sporulating
you will have been sporulating
they will have been sporulating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sporulating
you had been sporulating
he/she/it had been sporulating
we had been sporulating
you had been sporulating
they had been sporulating
Conditional
I would sporulate
you would sporulate
he/she/it would sporulate
we would sporulate
you would sporulate
they would sporulate
Past Conditional
I would have sporulated
you would have sporulated
he/she/it would have sporulated
we would have sporulated
you would have sporulated
they would have sporulated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.sporulate - produce spores; "plants sporulate"
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
sporulate - convert into spores
produce, bring forth - bring forth or yield; "The tree would not produce fruit"
2.sporulate - convert into spores
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
convert - change the nature, purpose, or function of something; "convert lead into gold"; "convert hotels into jails"; "convert slaves to laborers"
sporulate - produce spores; "plants sporulate"
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However, because many isolates do not sporulate, morphologic identification in the clinical microbiology laboratory is difficult without molecular techniques, and antifungal susceptibility testing is impossible to perform (3).
5% aqueous potassium dichromate solution (KyCryOy), (11,20) placed in cardboard boxes to avoid light, and allowed to sporulate.
Elalotolerant (5), psychrotolerant, barotolerant, pEl tolerance 4 to 11 [30], Can sporulate in liquid cultures, conditions in which Streptomyces strains generally do not sporulate [31].
A high percentage of cultures where plasmodia did not sporulate are reported by several authors, particularly in tropical rainforests, such as those studied by Schnittler and Stephenson (2000) in Costa Rica.
When applied to the field (23 weeks before flowering at a rate 10-20kg/ha) the atoxigenic strains sporulate on the soil, and outcompete the toxigenic strains from colonizing the crop.
It is consumed by the warm blooded animals and humans which act as intermediate host where oocytes sporulate and transformed into infective stage (tachyzoites of 4-8 um length and 2-3 um width) of the protozoa in the suitable environment.
Since the Colletotrichum strain used in the study did not sporulate in any tested culture medium, spores were produced on mycelium-inoculated guava fruits as an alternative.
Several sequenced Trichoderma isolates were obtained as sterile mycelia on agar plates and did not sporulate until the end of the laboratory experiments in May 2010.
The infection periods for the disease are in the winter, when the fungi sporulate and enter vines through pruning wounds.
In fact, in summer, relative humidity in the pipe passed 80% during prolonged periods of time, creating favorable conditions for mold to germinate on the pipe walls and to sporulate.
7] solutions for five days to allow the oocysts to sporulate.