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globose

globular or spherical.
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Saccharomyces Colonies grow rapidly flat, smooth, moist, glistening, and cream to###Blastoconidia was observed, unicellular, globose, and ellipsoid to elongate in shape.
5 um, globose to sub globose, reticulated, reticulum complete, with prominent apiculus.
The trigone valley is shortened with respect to the lingual wall of the buccal cusps, and is delimited by the well-developed metaconule and a large, globose protocone, which continues lingually without separating from the lingual cingulum which is only well marked in the zone between the metaconule and protocone.
The morphological characteristics show an evolved aspect within Clade E lower globose and often internally proliferating sporangia (Marano et al.
In ventral view, basal piece fully fused to parameres; lateral lobes fused in V-shape; median lobe strongly sclerotized, globose, being 2/3 of total length of aedeagus.
Malassezia spp are globose to ellipsoidal lipophilic yeast (Matousek and Cambell, 2002) with thick wall and do not produce pseudomycelium.
2-5): Epandrium yellow with long yellow setulae; surstylus strongly sclerotized, globose, with small pointed prominence directed medially, covered with short thick setulae, weakly articulating with epandrium.
The skull is delicate and slender, the rostrum is relatively long and tapering, and the braincase is globose but also flattopped, rising abruptly from the rostral level.
The Tonna galea of the extensive Tonnidae family of gastropods, possesses large, globose and low-spired shells that are rather thin and fragile.
Intraoperative mod ified Wright's stained impression smears from the biopsy sample demonstrated well-differentiated epithelial cells associated with variable numbers of short, segmented, fungal hyphae or pseudohyphae, and globose, spore-like structures (Fig 3).