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ascomata

(as-kō'mă-tă),
Plural of ascoma.
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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.
For what above underlined and for verifying this hypothesis, it seemed opportune to accomplish some comparative micro-and macroscopic observations, VOCs studies and molecular analyses on typical ascomata of the three above mentionedTuber species.
Biological material: For morphological and molecular assays, ten mature ascomata for each of the three Tuber species i.
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.
ostreatum have ascospores oblate, brown, 5-8 x 4-5,5 [micro]m, with an equatorial germ slit, ascomata thick walled.
Types species of the genus Coniochaetidium are characterized by large, dark ascomata with a thick, pseudoparenchymatous and by oblate ascospores.
Teleomorph: Ascomata scattered on the basal mycelium, non-ostiolate, globose to subglobose, 30-150 [micron]m in diameter.
Mycelia homotallic, profusely branched, the hyphae 1-6 (m in diameter; Teleomorph: ascomata 60-580 (m in diameter; asci globose, 10-14.