muriform


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muriform

(ˈmjʊərɪˌfɔːm)
adj
1. (Botany) (of cells, spores, etc) having a regular arrangement, as bricks in a wall
2. (Biology) mulberry-shaped
3. (Zoology) resembling a mouse
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Conidia appeared brown, muriform, ovoid or obclavate, with or without beak, also have elongated, beak-like apical cells, geniculate, often produced in chains and sometimes solitary, may have longitudinal as well as transverse septa, some have smooth and some have roughen walls.
1 After one year in 1915, Lane and Medlar, described the sclerotic cells which were then called as Medlar bodies/sclerotic bodies/copper-penny bodies or muriform cells.
No specific organism or asteroid bodies were seen in any of the cases of sporotrichosis; characteristic muriform or sclerotic bodies (Fig.
Solani bears smooth dark olive or olive-brown muriform solitary conidia with a long filiform beak ended with a small pore (Ellis 1976).
The fungi had a septate hypha bearing muriform with 2-8 transverse septate conidia (Fig.
The lesions were biopsied and an H&E stain showed suppurative non caseating granulomas (Figure 2) with brown thick walled spores lying singly or in clusters [sclerotic muriform bodies] within multinucleated giant cells (Figure 3).