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*  Spore - Wikipedia
Parasitic fungal spores may be classified into internal spores, which germinate within the host, and external spores, also ... Ballistospores: spores that are forcibly discharged or ejected from the fungal fruiting body as the result of an internal force ... The main difference between spores and seeds as dispersal units is that spores are unicellular, while seeds contain within them ... Examples are the precursor cells of gametophytes of seed plants found in flowers (angiosperms) or cones (gymnosperms), and the ...
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*  Spore - Wikipedia
Parasitic fungal spores may be classified into internal spores, which germinate within the host, and external spores, also ... microscopic view, no spores are visible) Spores and elaters from a horsetail. (Equisetum, microscopic view) Fossil plant spores ... Ballistospores: spores that are forcibly discharged or ejected from the fungal fruiting body as the result of an internal force ... The main difference between spores and seeds as dispersal units is that spores are unicellular, while seeds contain within them ...
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*  Introduction to Fungi
Fungal reproduction. Fungi frequently reproduce by the formation of spores. A spore is a survival or dispersal unit, consisting ... Most fungi reproduce by spores and have a body (thallus) composed of microscopic tubular cells called hyphae. Fungi are ... The spores germinate and grow through the pores. The fungus is transported throughout the plant in this manner. The first ... the ascospores are forcibly discharged. Bitunicate asci have an inner wall that balloons out from the outer wall prior to ...
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*  Ascomycota - Wikipedia
When the spores reach a suitable substrate, they germinate, form new hyphae, which restarts the fungal life cycle. ... Ascomycetes are 'spore shooters'. They are fungi which produce microscopic spores inside special, elongated cells or sacs, ... Upon opening of the ascus, ascospores may be dispersed by the wind, while in some cases the spores are forcibly ejected form ... which eventually erupt through the cuticle for dispersal. ... Spores released from the mycetangia germinate into hyphae, ...
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*  Ascomycota - Wikipedia
When the spores reach a suitable substrate, they germinate, form new hyphae, which restarts the fungal life cycle. The form of ... Ascomycetes: Ascomycetes are 'spore shooters'. They are fungi which produce microscopic spores inside special, elongated cells ... while in some cases the spores are forcibly ejected form the ascus; certain species have evolved spore cannons, which can eject ... which eventually erupt through the cuticle for dispersal. 2) Budding: Asexual reproduction process in ascomycetes also involves ...
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*  Spore Dispersal in Fungi
Although wind dispersal of fungal spores is the means by which they travel all over the world, other means of spore dispersal ... There is also a practical reason why it is important for fungi to disperse their spores. If spores germinate and grow among the ... Many species of microscopic fungi are capable of producing comparable number of spores. A culture of a species of Penicillium, ... Spores are often less susceptible to adverse environmental conditions than the mycelium or yeast cells and germination of ...
  http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/faculty/wong/BOT135/2009/Lecture05/Lect05.htm
*  COLLEGE PROJECTS AND MUSIC JUNCTION: FUNGAL DIVERSITY AND LIFE CYCLE
Chytrid spores swim to the snake skin, and then germinate on the skin, forming a simple globular body with rhizomycelium. ... Chytrids produce motile spores and gametes, and the vegetative cells are ceonocytic (many nuclei float around in one big cell ... When mature, the asci protrude from the neck of the perithecia and forcibly eject the spores into the air. Sordaria is a dung ... The haploid nuclei are walled off into distinct spores, which are released from a dispersal sporangium that grows out of the ...
  http://xicecybervila.blogspot.com/2006/11/fungal-diversity-and-life-cycle.html