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penicil

(ˈpɛnɪsɪl)
n
(Medicine) med a small pad for wounds. Also called: penicillus or pledget
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The clarki ecotype is found only in very low-flow habitats, primarily feeding on species of Penicillus, Halimeda, and Bryopsis.
The appearance of the spore head is like that of a brush; and the spore head is called a penicillus which is Latin for a brush.
Strain code Microscopic characteristics 1 FGCC/BLS1 Short conidiophores with Chains of single called conidia are produced in besipetal succession specialisedconidiogenous cell called a phailide produced singly in groups or branched metulae, giving a brush like appearance (a Penicillus) 2 FGCC/BLS 3 Chains of single called conidia on long conidiophores, are produced in besipetal succession specialisedconidiogenous cell called a phailideproduced singly in groups or branched metulae, giving a brush like appearance (a penicillin) 3 FGCC/BLS 5 Sub-hyaline to hyaline (dark pigmented/brown), septate hyphae, and produces rather large pyriform to globose shaped pycnidiaPhialides line the interior of each pycnidium, which produce single celled conidia.
13) much elevated dorsally near acetabulum, deeply grooved laterally on median half; 2 dorsal setae present; penicillus short and brush-like.
Capisterones A and B from the tropical green alga Penicillus capitatus: unexpected anti-fungal defenses targeting the marine pathogen Lindra thallasiae.
Es decir, la P/B del fitoplancton es entre 80 y 120 ton/[km.sup.2]/ano, mientras que la de una macroalga incrustante como Melobesia esta en el orden de 40 ton/[km.sup.2]/ano, o la de Penicillus en 30 ton/[km.sup.2]/ano (Stockman et al., 1967).
(1994) showed that Cymadusa filosa was abundant in some green algae from the Florida Keys but was deterred by chemical defenses and/or calcification from Udotea, Penicillus and Rhipocephalus.
The lime mud is known to form by direct precipitation or through breakdown of tiny, segmented blue green algae e.g, penicillus in the modern settings.