cristate


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cristate

(krĭs′tāt′) also

cristated

(-tā′tĭd)
adj.
Having or forming a crest or crista.
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1D) lamina Spores in light light castaneous light castaneous microscope (whitish), (golden), (color en masse) cristate (cristae sparsely cristate and SEM with threads) (cristae lamellate) (Fig.
Spores light castaneous (whitish), cristate, 30-35 [micro]m.
05 mm long, 1-celled, ascending; indusia absent; spores cristate.
3 mm long, 2- or 3-celled, substrigose; indusia absent; spores cristate.
8 mm long, 3-6-celled, lax, spreading; indusia absent; spores cristate.
x] = 669) [micro]m wide, irregularly reticulate to densely cristate distally, irregularly reticulate proximally.
3 mm long, 1-3-celled, acicular, ascending or appressed; indusia absent; spores cristate.
1 mm long, 1- or 2-celled, acicular, ascending; indusia absent; spores cristate.
4 mm long, 2- or 3-celled, ascending to spreading; indusia absent; spores cristate.
2 mm long, 2-celled, acicular, erect, hyaline; spores cristate.
2 mm long, 1- or 2-celled, acicular, appressed; indusia absent; spores cristate.
In addition to the example noted above, the broken cristate pattern of an unnamed tetraploid is covered with the echinate microspores of the same species (Fig.