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ar·thro·co·nid·i·um

(ar'thrō-kŏ-nid'ē-um),
A conidium released by fragmentation or separation at the septum of cells of the hypha.
Synonym(s): arthrospore
[G. arthron, joint, + conidium]
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arthrospore

(ar′thrŏ-spor″) [ arthro- + spore]
A fungal spore formed by segmentation. Coccidiodes immitis is a fungus that produces a highly infectious arthrospore when grown at room temperature.
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arthrospore

a chain of fungal SPORES.
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