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spo·ro·gen·e·sis

 (spôr′ə-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
n.
1. Production or formation of spores.
2. Reproduction by means of spores.

spo′ro·gen′ic (-jĕn′ĭk), spo·rog′e·nous (spə-rŏj′ə-nəs, spô-, spō-) adj.
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Adj.1.sporogenous - producing spores or reproducing by means of spores
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Supportive therapy included Ringer's lactate intravenously, multivitamin preparation (Vitamin A, [D.sub.3], E and H) as an immunomodulator and oral probiotic (containing live Lactobacillus sporogenous culture, live Saccharomyces boulardi culture and live yeast culture) to reduce clinical severity.
Pastor, "Pectinolytic systems of two aerobic sporogenous bacterial strains with high activity on pectin," Current Microbiology, vol.
These cells divide periclinally to form a primary parietal cell to the outside and a primary sporogenous cell to the inside (Fig.
The colony morphology of the Trichoderma on PDA without NaCl or boron shows mycelial hyaline growth, cottony aspect, with green or yellow peripheral sporogenous areas, depending on the isolate.
Until this study, no proteins have yet been documented, although Ziegler (1959) found acid phosphatase activity in the nucellus, the sporogenous tissue that produces the pollination drop.
In sporogenous tissue, the cells are polygonal and tightly appressed, completely filling the locular space.
Although the sporogenous and tapetal cells have a common origin from the archesporial cells (ECHLIN, 1973; CANALES et al., 2002), and, in Poaceae family, remain in close contact during their all developmental stages (KIRPES et al., 1996), there is a tendency of more stability of Bs in the somatic tissue.
In the developing anther of a flower, there are four areas of sporogenous (fertile) cells, one in each of the four sacs comprising the anther.
Morphological characterization of CMS-D8 and cytological examination of sporogenous tissue abortion and restoration have been reported (Black and Stewart, 1995; Stewart, 1995; Stewart and Zhang, 1996; Stewart et al., 1996).
Sporogenous tissue was sampled to determine chemical composition and viability of spores; vegetative tissue was used to determine the chemical composition of adult plants.