black spore

black spore

a degenerating malarial or other blood parasite in the body of the mosquito.
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Brown or black spore clusters on thepacks of leaves can make some plants look sick.
After 48 hours of spore injection, all inoculated fruits exhibited the same disease symptoms of decay with powdery black spores and white mycelium as found on the fruits collected initially for pathogen identification.
"When the heating was on it was just hitting a cold wall, causing black spores, mould and dampness.
Incubate for five days at 37[degrees]C or until agar surface is fully covered with black spores (Figure 2).
The dolls' dresses are spoiled by mould, black spores dot her son's old mattress
According to al-Aqel, when the maize crop is infected, black spores replace the kernels, making the plants useless.
black spores, she chose Monosporascus cannonballus.
They were sitting there and with the heating on full blast and a baby crying, and the condensation dripping down the window, and there were these great black spores all over the wall.
Pauline Ferguson was about to serve her children a tasty snack but was shocked to find the sickly black spores growing inside.