pseudohypha

pseu·do·hy·pha

(sū'dō-hī'fă),
A chain of easily disrupted fungal cells that is intermediate between a chain of budding cells and a true hypha, marked by constrictions rather than septa at the junctions.
[pseudo- + G. hyphē, a web (hypha)]
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pseudohypha

a short chain of cells that results from a lack of separation of daughter cells following BUDDING.
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albicans biofilm produced in vitro after 48hour incubation has been shown to consist of a dense network of yeasts, hyphae, and pseudohypha (Figure 2).