sporangiospore


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sporangiospore

(spəˈrændʒɪəˌspɔː)
n
a spore that is produced in a sporangium
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The thin mycelia had colorless branches whose top can produce sporangiospore. The thick mycelia had light brown chlamydospores, branches and diaphragms.
Increased virulence of Cunninghamella bertholletiae in experimental pulmonary mucormycosis: correlation with circulating molecular biomarkers, sporangiospore germination and hyphal metabolism.
sporangiospore: Any spore produced from a sporangium.
Sporulation on Czapek agar enabled preparation of a sporangiospore suspension used for antifungal susceptibility testing.
However, most techniques describe sphaeroplast formation in basidiomycetes or ascomycetes (Lalithakumari 2000).Little work has been done with zygomycetes and an extensive search of the literature revealed no protocols for removing Pilobolus sporangiospore cell walls.
Then, the inoculum was run with 1% spurious suspension containing 107 sporangiospores [mL.sup.-1].
Effect of three essential oils of camphor, mint and a mixture of menthol crystals & Eucalyptus oil & camphor & methyl salicylate, on mycelium growth and production of conidia and sporangiospores of A.
Morphologically, Rhinosporidium seeberi has a mature stage that consists of large, thick-walled spherical structures called 'sporangia' containing smaller 'sporangiospores.' First case of rhinosporidiosis was reported by O'Kinealy in 1903 in India.
Mucormycosis infection occurs through inhalation of sporangiospores of the fungi and by direct inoculation into the skin [2, 10] such as traumatic inoculation, intravenous cannulation, and bladder catheterization [5].
Microscopic aspects of the fungus included broad-hyphae with a few septa; rhizoids produced under unbranched sporangiopores that terminated with dark round sporangia (60-200 [micro]m diameter) producing brown to black sporangiospores (around 6 [micro]m length) (Fig.
Light microscopy of lactophenol cotton blue slide preparations made of these colonies revealed round sporangia containing spherical sporangiospores similar to those of P.