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co·nid·i·o·phore

(ko-nid'ē-ō-fōr),
A specialized hypha which bears conidia in fungi.
[conidium + G. phoros, bearing]

conidiophore

(kŏn-ĭd′ē-ō-for) [″ + phoros, bearing]
The stalk supporting conidia.

conidiophore

see CONIDIUM.

conidiophore

a specialized hypha upon which conidia are formed.
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The presence of conidiophores in the auditory canal suggests that the fungi use the discharged mucus as a nutrient.
By means of stereoscopic microscopy, dark, spore-bearing conidiophores were seen extending out of stomata in the necrotic regions.
Conidiophores were sparingly septate and branched, filiform up to 15 p.
The morphological and culture characteristic of the isolated organism were studied also conidia and conidiophores ditails were considered.
Nature of septate septate hyphae Probable Aspergillus Aspergillus identity flavus niger Isolates 3 4 Colony Brownish White description colony becoming becoming grayish brown darker with ages Morphological Filamentous, filamentous characteristic foot cell, Stolon, rhizoids short Ovoid conidiophores sporangiospores Nature of septate coenocytic hyphae Probable Aspergillus Rhizopus sp.
Conidiophores were light brown with hemispherical vesicles bearing metulae and biseriate philalides on the upper half.