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spo·ran·gi·o·phore

(spō-ran'jē-ō-fōr),
In fungi, a specialized hypha that bears a sporangium at its tip.
[sporangium + G. phoros, bearing]
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sporangiophore

(spə-răn′jē-ə-fôr′)
n.
1. A specialized fungal hypha bearing one or more sporangia.
2. A stalk of a sporangium.
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sporangiophore

a fungal HYPHA bearing one or more SPORANGIA.
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There was no relationship between morphology of zoosporangia and sporangiophores (Table 3) and virulent (Table 1) and aggressiveness characteristics (Table 2) for the races used in our study.
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The sporangiophores or stalks may be lacking and a lamina or leafy component may or may not be present.