sporangia


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The inverted (Wilovert) photonic microscope of the type Hund, was used to observe mature sporangia at a low magnification (x20), after 10 days incubation at room temperature.
2011), we counted the number of mature spores in four sporangia of different sporophytes in order to detect a deviation from the normal production.
Light microscopy of lactophenol cotton blue slide preparations made of these colonies revealed round sporangia containing spherical sporangiospores similar to those of P.
Both showed a similar sequence of development, and completed their cycles within 12 to 14 months with empty and fresh sporangia peaking in summer (Fig.
Resting propagules are comparatively large and heavy, and as such they don't disperse as well as other spore types such as sporangia or zoospores (Judelson and Blanco 2005).
It is noted that the effect of metabolites is very clearly seen for sporulating microbes during the decay of sporangia at the end of sporulation or for protozoa during cysts' disclosure.
Exceptionally well preserved sporangia of the Permian Petrified Noeggerathialean strobilus Discinites sinensis Wang.
The location of sporangia is important because vertical wind speeds typically increase with distance from ground level and because comparatively high wind speeds are required to reduce the boundary layers around spores residing on or within sporangia.
The beaker with the 50-mL of sporulation solution plus the parasitized grass blades was incubated at 37[degrees]C, and the development of sporangia and zoospores microscopically was evaluated every 30 min for the following 6 h (or longer when needed).
Isolated fungi were examined by using 10 x and 40 x magnifications on the microscope to identify hyphae, sporangia, sporangiophores, conidia, conidiophores and some other morphological characters including growth pattern, colony texture and growth rate of the colonies onPDA(Promputthaetal.