aleuriospore

a·leu·ri·o·co·nid·i·um

(ă-lū'rē-ō-kŏ-nid'ē-yŭm),
A conidium developed from the blown-out end of conidiogenous cells or hyphal branches, and released by rupture below the base of attachment.
Synonym(s): aleuriospore
[G. aleuron, flour, + conidium]

aleuriospore

a terminal or lateral spore that separates by breaking the wall of the hypha.
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Most of the chapters focus on types of molds: those with arthrospores, with aleuriospores, with holoblastic conidia, with enteroblastic conidia, mucoraceous molds, and miscellaneous molds.