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endophytic

 [en″do-fit´ik]
1. pertaining to an endophyte.
2. growing inward; proliferating on the interior of an organ or structure.

en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik),
1. Pertaining to an endophyte.
2. Referring to an infiltrative, invasive tumor.

endophytic

/en·do·phyt·ic/ (en″do-fit´ik)
1. pertaining to an endophyte.
2. growing inward; proliferating on the interior of an organ or structure.

endophytic

[en′dōfit′ik]
Etymology: Gk, endon + phyton, plant
pertaining to the tendency to grow inward, such as a tumor that grows into the wall of a hollow organ.

en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik)
1. Pertaining to an endophyte.
2. Referring to an infiltrative, invasive tumor.

endophytic

Of a tumour that grows inwards from a surface, implying malignancy. Contrast with EXOPHYTIC.

en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik)
Denotes an infiltrative, invasive tumor.

endophytic (en″dofit´ik),

adj growing inward or on the inner surface of a structure.

endophytic

1. pertaining to an endophyte.
2. growing inward; proliferating on the interior of an organ or structure.

endophytic fungus
fungal species living as symbionts within the tissues of pasture grasses including Neotyphodium (Acremonium) spp. in Festuca and Lolium spp.
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Endophytic fungi were isolated from fresh and healthy tissues of four wild medicinal plants collected from Bisle region, Western Ghats of Karnataka and identified as T.
In the present study we have demonstrated the optimum culture conditions required for maximum secretion of antibacterial compounds by the endophytic fungal genus JAS-2, which was isolated from Achyranthus aspera, commonly known as latzeera, chichida, apamarga.
However, the greatest evidence of the source of microbial contamination in the multiplication stage relates to endophytic organisms, as these contaminants are not generally eliminated by disinfectant agents because they are hosted inside the vegetal tissues and are protected from the action of surface disinfectants (Thomas, 2007; Scherwinski-Pereira & Costa, 2010).
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