*  Mucor plumbeus
Hyphae of Mucor plumbeus have been found to be invaded by the hyperparasitic fungi Trichoderma viride and Synchephalis ...
*  Ectomycorrhiza
Upon the connection of fungal hyphae and root cap cells, growth must continue inwards to the epidermal cells wherein the hyphae ... rather than from a single hyphae. As the hyphae contact the root cells and digest through the apoplastic space, some spruce ( ... The hyphae making up the Hartig net penetrate and grow in a transverse direction to the axis of the root, and thus form a ... As the hyphae of the Hartig net region become more densely packed, they press against the cell walls of the phytobiont's root ...
*  Somatic hyphae
Cycles through somatic hyphae, zoosporangium, zoospores, encystation & germination, and back to somatic hyphae. C.J. ...
*  Hypha
As a hypha extends, septa may be formed behind the growing tip to partition each hypha into individual cells. Hyphae can branch ... Fusiform skeletal hyphae are the second form of skeletal hyphae. Unlike typical skeletal hyphae these are swollen centrally and ... Some fungi have aseptate hyphae, meaning their hyphae are not partitioned by septa. Hyphae have an average diameter of 4-6 µm. ... A few fungi form fusiform skeletal hyphae, generative hyphae, and binding hyphae, and these are said to have sarcotrimitic ...
*  Tridrepana hypha
... is a moth in the Drepanidae family. It was described by Chu and Wang in 1988. It is found in China (Yunnan). ...
*  Saccharomyces
Hyphae are absent. Saccharomyces produces ascospores, especially when grown on V-8 medium, acetate ascospor agar, or Gorodkowa ...
*  Rigidoporus ulmarius
Hyphal structure monomitic; generative hyphae lacking clamps. Habitat at the base of trunks of deciduous trees, usually elm. ...
*  Sclerodermatineae
Hyphae have clamp connections. A distinguishing feature of the Sclerodermatineae is the diversity of morphologies within the ...
*  Fusarium mangiferae
Sterile hyphae are absent. Microconidia are variable in shape, obovoid conidia are the most abundant type, oval to allantoid ...
*  Boletus curtisii
All hyphae lack clamp connections. Retiboletus retipes is somewhat similar in appearance, but is distinguished by a more orange ...
*  Mycena arcangeliana
The outermost layer of the stem is made up hyphae with short, cylindrical hairs. The hyphae have clamp connections. Mycena ... The pileipellis is made up of wart-covered hyphae measuring between 2 and 4.5 µm wide and up to 30 µm long. ...
*  Aspergillus flavus
Hyphae are septate and hyaline. Once established, the mycelium secretes degradative enzymes or proteins which can break down ... Sclerotia germinate to produce additional hyphae and asexual spores call conidia. These conidia are said to be the primary ... complex nutrients (food). Individual hyphae strands are not typically seen by the unaided eye; however, conidia producing thick ...
*  Clavulina
Hyphae with or without clamps. Basidia cylindrical to narrowly clavate, mostly with two sterigmata which are large and strongly ...
*  Cytoplasmic streaming
Neurospora Crassa is a multicellular fungus with many off shooting hyphae. Cells can be up to 10 cm long, and are separated by ... Longer hyphae have greater pressure differences along their length allowing for faster cytoplasmic flow rates and larger ... This is why longer hyphae grow faster than shorter ones. Tip growth increases as cytoplasmic flow rate increases over a 24 hour ... Off shoots from the main hyphae are shorter and have slower cytoplasmic flow rates and correspondingly slower growth rates. ...
*  Barcheria
The hyphae lack clamp connections. Other sequestrate fungi in the family Agaricaceae include Montagnea, Gyrophragmium, Longula ...
*  Afroboletus
The hyphae lack clamp connections. There are seven species recognized in Afroboletus, all from tropical Africa: Both ...
*  Thermophymatospora
It has conidia that are brown, spherical, and relatively large (typically 20-24 μm). Its hyphae has clamp connections. The ... refers to the characteristic presence of clamp connections in the hyphae. Udagawa, Shun-ichi; Awao, Takeyoshi; Abdullah, Samir ...
*  Haploporus latisporus
The generative hyphae have clamp connections. The thick-walled, cylindrical spores are ornamented with warts (up to 2 μm long) ...
*  Haploporus cylindrosporus
The hyphal structure is dimitic, meaning that there are both generative and skeletal hyphae. The generative hyphae have clamp ...
*  Lopharia
... has a dimitic hyphal system, meaning that it contains both generative and skeletal hyphae. The generative hyphae have ...
*  Plectenchyma
The hyphae specifically become fused together. Merriam-Webster, Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary: "plectenchyma", ...
*  Cantharellus zangii
All hyphae have distinct clamp connections. Similar species include the European Cantharellus queletii, but this mushroom can ... Microscopically, the mushroom features thin-walled hyphae with clamp connections, and large ellipsoid-shaped spores. ...
*  Sparassidaceae
The hyphal system is monomitic, with gloeoplerous hyphae (containing oil droplets). These hyphae have scattered clamp ...
*  Skeletocutis
... and narrow skeletal hyphae. In contrast with Skeletocutis, however, the hyphae in Sidera comprising the dissepiment edge are ... The skeletal hyphae are hyaline (translucent). Although typically only the generative hyphae of Skeletocutis fungi have ... The generative hyphae have clamps, and are often encrusted with spiny crystals, particularly in the dissepiments (tissue that ... The main distinguishing feature of Leptotrimitus was the presence of trimitic hyphae. In 1971, Marinus Anton Donk reunited ...
*  Nigroporus
The generative hyphae have clamp connections; the skeletal hyphae are brownish, and thick-walled to solid. There are no ... The hyphal system is dimitic, meaning it contains both generative and skeletal hyphae. ...