microconidia

microconidia

The reproductive form of certain fungi, which is functionally the same as conidia, but smaller.
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Fusarium oxysporum produce three types of asexul spore: microconidia, macroconidia and Chlamydospores.
The species Fusarium oxysporumis distinguished from other species of Fusarium in the production of microconidia, macroconidia and chlamydospores [5].
Indeed, it has been shown [6] that the microconidia of Fusarium oxysorum and haploid uninucleate.
Oval to cylindrical microconidia are borne on monophialides in false heads and are 0- to 1septate and often pointed on one end (Supplementary Fig.
Fungal colonies were identified (Larone 1995; Watanabe 1994) to the genus level on the basis of gross morphology of a colony, color (top and bottom surfaces), and results of microscopic examination (320X magnification) of hyphae morphology (aseptate or septate), microconidia and macroconidia, and other fruiting structures.
Humans are infected by inhalation of the mycelial fragments and microconidia of the organism.
The knobby appearance of macroconidia and microconidia indicated by Lactophenol Cotton Blue Stain (Hardy Diagnostics, Santa Maria, CA, USA) of the mold form from fungal cultures is characteristic of H.
The concentration of the microconidia suspension was determined with a haemocytometer and adjusted by dilution to the desired concentration for plant inoculation to obtain a 106 spores/ml.
The sensitive of mycelium, arthrospores and microconidia of Trichophyton mentagrophytes to imidazoles determined by in vitro tests.

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