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chlamydospore

 [klam´ĭ-do-spor″]
a thick-walled terminal asexual spore formed by the rounding-up of a cell; it is not shed.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

chlamydospore

an asexually produced, thick-walled fungal spore which is capable of surviving adverse conditions that are unfavourable to the main body of the fungus.
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Colony color ISOLATE PDA CMA MALT Fus-01 Pink White White Fus-02 Light pink White Purple Fus-03 Light pink White White and purple Fus-04 Light pink White Violet TABLE 7--Length, width, number of septa and shape of macro and microconidia, and production of chlamydospores of Fusarium oxysporum isolates.
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corn meal agar, corn meal agar with Tween 80, rice extract agar, rice extract agar with Tween 80, etc.) that is observed microscopically for the presence of yeast cells, pseudohyphae and chlamydospores. (9,10) Since both methods above demand microscopic observation that requires considerable skill and experience, there is a need to develop alternate tests that are equally sensitive and specific, but require less technical expertise, are hence easily interpretable and need shorter incubation time.
moniliforme isolated from different hosts based on the production of microconidia, macroconidia, chlamydospores, gibberellin and fusaric acid.
On the other hand a surprising result was obtained where 36 strains failed to produce germ-tube and out of these 2 were positive for chlamydospores coupled with results of carbohydrate assimilation and chromogenic agar these were identified as C.
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palmivora produces large chlamydospores and is easily distinguished from P.
Symptoms: The affected canes produce long, black whip-like and coiled or curved shoots, which are covered with a thin silvery membrane, containing masses of chlamydospores of the fungus.
However some authors consider it to be polymorphic exhibiting several different morphological forms including budding yeast cells (blastospores, blastoconidia), pseudohyphae (elongatged yeast cells that appear as filamentous cell chains), true hyphae and chlamydospores. (4, 5)