mycelia


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my·ce·li·a

(mī-sē'lē-ă),
Plural of mycelium.

mycelium

[mīsē′lē·əm] pl. mycelia
Etymology: Gk, mykes, fungus, helos, nail
a mass of interwoven, branched, threadlike filaments that makes up most fungi. Also called hypha.

mycelia

A mass of hyphae.

my·ce·li·a

(mī-sē'lē-ă)
Plural of mycelium.
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First, fusion of the mycelia in pairs is highly unlikely; heterokaryon formation is not a sexual process.
Then fungistatic effect will occur constructing defensive hyphal barriers at the mycelial fronts to limit the advance of mycelium wherein the opposing mycelia will eventually stop growing even after contact between the two mycelia has been established [19].
The mycelia of alkaloid-producing stain were ground to powder with the aid of liquid nitrogen.
During the first week the maximum mycelia growth was recorded in corn cob (30+-0.
Growth was determined by the dry weight of mycelia produced on the medium as adopted by [9] .
That infection could have been caused by either the mycelia growing through the sample as mentioned above, or from the spores.
militaris mycelia on the concentration of VFAs after 24 h incubation are given in Table 3.
Microscopic characters such as colour of mycelia mat, shape of perithecia, arrangements of ascospores in the ascus were observed for morphological identification of isolated fungus.
18) The cultivations were incubated 27 [+ or -] 3[degrees]C until the mycelia covered the Petridishes, registering the specific rate of growth (Kr) daily.
Mycelia isolation was carried out according to procedure described by Bankole and Adekunle [4].
A known quantity of fermented broth was centrifuged at 5000 rpm for 10 min and mycelia of all the samples were collected separately in Petri plates.