tissue (Rodrigues et al., 2013, 2014a), as being more evidenced in extended spectrum (at 815 [cm.sup.-1]) (Figure 1B).
3--Histopathology (hematoxylin-eosin) of scalpbiopsy: chronic necrotizing and suppurative granulomatous dermatitis with numerous coenocytic
Dense or loose rosette spreading aerial mycelium with no pattern (A), slender coenocytic
hyphae (B), with rounded or angular hyphal swellings, often in chains (catenulate) and delimited by septa (C).
Thallus completely coenocytic
, with a creeping axis and erect feather-like fronds, sometimes branched, up to 5 cm long and 0.5-1 cm wide.
Others are coenocytic
; they are continuous, elongated cell bodies with multiple nuclei.
Both are coenocytic
algae and are members of the chlorophyte class Bryopsidophyceae (van den Hoek et al.
It has been reported that the ms1ms1 plants were characterized by formation of coenocytic
microspores, resulting from the failure of cytokinesis after Telophase II (Albertsen and Palmer, 1979; Chen and Palmer, 1985; Chen et al., 1987).
development of megagametophyte: 0 = absent; 1 = present.
Free nuclear development is followed by a process of cellularization of the coenocytic
seaweed was manually collected in August 2011 from the rocky shore located at Pacheco beach (Caucaia, Ceara state, Brazil).
Nature of septate septate hyphae Probable Aspergillus Aspergillus identity flavus niger Isolates 3 4 Colony Brownish White description colony becoming becoming grayish brown darker with ages Morphological Filamentous, filamentous characteristic foot cell, Stolon, rhizoids short Ovoid conidiophores sporangiospores Nature of septate coenocytic
hyphae Probable Aspergillus Rhizopus sp.
Sacoglossans are specialized herbivores that feed on coenocytic
algae, with most species restricted to one algal genus (Jensen, 1997).