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A somatic or reproductive structure that originates without nuclear recombination (asexual reproduction); the imperfect part of the life cycle of fungi.
[G. ana, up, + morphē, form]


A brand name for MORPHINE.


  1. the asexual (imperfect) stage of FUNGI.
  2. the asexual form (morph) of fungi. Compare TELEOMORPH.


the asexual form of a fungus.
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By the early 20th century it had become clear that many fungi could shift between one or more asexual forms, called anamorphs, and a sexual form called a teleomorph.
Molecular systematics of the Hypocreales: a telomorph gene phylogeny and the status of their anamorphs.
Often, as in Untitled (Couple I) and Untitled (Couple II) (both 2007), two interlocking rib cages terminate in a single pair of leg bones, implying an attempted joining, and most skeletons bear faces--sunken-eyed, transferlike smudges that are best glimpsed sidelong, as if they belonged to anamorphs.
Taxonomic studies on Filobasidiella species and their anamorphs.