septate mycelium

sep·tate my·ce·li·um

one in which septa, or "cross-walls," divide the hyphae into numerous uninucleated or multinucleated cells.
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It grew actively on PDA medium producing hyaline, branched and septate mycelium. Conidiophores arose within 48 hrs that were terminated with divergent phialides (verticillate type) bearing spores.
The fungus grew profusely on PDA, producing hyaline, branched and septate mycelium. Conidiophores terminated into phialides.
The isolated fungus is a root endophytic aquatic fungus with branched septate mycelium. Conidiophores are 90-100 x 3-4 [micro]m in size and bear conidia singly at the tips.