conidiophore


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co·nid·i·o·phore

(ko-nid'ē-ō-fōr),
A specialized hypha which bears conidia in fungi.
[conidium + G. phoros, bearing]

conidiophore

(kŏn-ĭd′ē-ō-for) [″ + phoros, bearing]
The stalk supporting conidia.

conidiophore

see CONIDIUM.
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terreus cultured on high rich sucrose medium such as YES agar the first conidiophore that differentiate directly from areal hyphae produce infertile vesicle.
Isolates agree with the original description (Chaverri et al., 2015), particularly in the morphology of the conidiogenous cells and the ramifications of the conidiophores but show wider conidiogenous cells and slight differences in conidial size.
The mycelium of the strain F1 grown on PDA usually consisted of an extremely branched complex network of septate, colorless and multinucleate hyphae and its fruiting body that was conidiophores consisted of the chains of conidia that resembled a broom which was an essential feature of Penicillium species (Fig.
The microscopic characteristics such as septate and hyaline hyphae; conidiophores smooth walled and conidia ellipsoidal to cylindrical in shape smooth walled and blue in color were observed.
Aseptate conidiophores and mostly radiate heads with mono and biserriate sterigmata mounted on flask shaped vesicles.
g) Conidiophore branching: Highly branched, regular
The taxonomic identification was based on the morphology of conidiophores, morphology, and sizes of conidia, rhizoids and cystidia and presence or absence of resting spores, using the keys and monographs of Balazy (1993), Keller (2007) and Humber (2012).
Caption: Two conidiophores of Penicillium frequentans fungi, also known as P glabrum.
Conidiophores were hyaline, smooth walled ranging in length from 300 - 700 mm while 6 um in diameter becoming darker at the apex and terminating in sub-globose to globose vesicle that range 20 - 40 um in diameter.
Larvae of (A) Anticarsia gemmatalis and (B) Trichoplusia ni infected by Metarhizium rileyi, collected from soybean plants in the states of Tamaulipas and Veracruz, Mexico; (C) Conidiophores of M.