ascomata


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ascomata

(as-kō'mă-tă),
Plural of ascoma.
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Ascomata lirellate, irregularly branched, erumpent, 1-5 mm long, 0.3-0.4 mm broad, 0.15-0.2 mm high; disc concealed; labia entire, apically exposed, whitish, with thick, lateral to almost complete, uneven to verruculose thalline margin.
Ascomata lirellate, radiately branched (dendroid), erumpent, 5-20 mm long, 0.2-0.3 mm broad, 0.1-0.12 mm high; disc exposed but narrow, dark brown; labia inconspicuous, visible as thin, somewhat irregular, greyish-brown line between the disc and the thalline margin; thalline margin basal to lateral, white.
When mature, the ascomata open irregularly to expose the bitunicate, globose to subglobose asci, elliptic to claviform, sessile.
aestivum, produce ascomata with a basal cavity and, in others, the relative amount of phenoliccomponents is rather high"; 3) about ascospore shape, Riousset et al.
Classification of desert truffles including birds' truffles was based on morphological characters such as morphology of ascomata, spore, peridium, sporocarp odor, as well as color of the gleba.
Ascomata were rehydrated in 5% KOH prior to examination and sectioning.
ostreatum have ascospores oblate, brown, 5-8 x 4-5,5 [micro]m, with an equatorial germ slit, ascomata thick walled.
Supported by subculturing on oatmeal agar with Lupinus sp., orange-brown to copper-colored fruiting bodies developed until day 8 (Figure 2b); after 14 days of incubation, these bodies were identified as perithecial ascomata (diameter 200 [micro]m-300 [micro]m).
Differs from Lophiostoma vicinum in the larger size ascomata with a small ostiolar papilla, smaller ascus 97,5-113 x 9,8-13 [micron]m with ascospores 19,3-24 x 6,5-9 [micron]m, dark brown, densely verrucose walled.
minima, the first observed phase of its cycle was the anamorph belonging to Acremonium sp., then the culture developed ascomata Our specimen agrees with the original description and with that by Wright et al., (1971) from Argentina.