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*  Conidiobolus coronatus - Wikipedia
If the medium the sporangia and spores land on is nutrient-dense, they will germinate and form one or more hyphal tubes, and ... coronatus growth and dispersal. The spores of this fungus are more likely to germinate at lower osmotic pressures, and any ... C. coronatus produces forcibly discharged sporangia, which show phototropic orientation. Phototropic orientation aims growth ... Fungal growth is affected by the presence of optimal nutrients necessary for growth, by the presence of minerals, by ...
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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 ... Spores are usually haploid and unicellular and are produced by meiosis in the sporangium of a diploid sporophyte. Under ...
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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 ... Sporangiospores: spores produced by a sporangium in many fungi such as zygomycetes. Zygospores: spores produced by a ... The main difference between spores and seeds as dispersal units is that spores are unicellular, while seeds contain within them ...
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*  COLLEGE PROJECTS AND MUSIC JUNCTION: FUNGAL DIVERSITY AND LIFE CYCLE
The haploid nuclei are walled off into distinct spores, which are released from a dispersal sporangium that grows out of the ... The sporangia release large numbers of air-borne spores which germinate in the presence of water to form free-living amoebae, ... When mature, the asci protrude from the neck of the perithecia and forcibly eject the spores into the air. Sordaria is a dung ... The spores are released from sporangia formed in the fruiting body. In the ascomycetes, eight spores are released from sacs ...
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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 ... forcibly ejects an entire Sporangium (Zygomycota) approximately 4 feet away and the swollen portion of the sporangium also ... There is also a practical reason why it is important for fungi to disperse their spores. If spores germinate and grow among the ... An air sample may contain as many as 200,000 spores/meter3, but just how effective is dispersal of airborne fungal spores? ...
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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 ... Albugo species parasitize crucifers and produce blister-like pustules filled with sporangia, which will germinate to produce ... the ascospores are forcibly discharged. Bitunicate asci have an inner wall that balloons out from the outer wall prior to ... Inside the fungal cell. Most of the organelles present in fungal cells are similar to those of other eukaryotes. Fungal nuclei ...
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