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spo·ran·gi·um

(spō-ran'jē-ŭm),
A saclike structure (a cell) within a fungus, in which asexual spores are borne by progressive cleavage.
[L. fr. G. sporos, seed, + angeion, vessel]

sporangium

(spə-răn′jē-əm)
n. pl. sporan·gia (-jē-ə)
A single-celled or many-celled structure in which spores are produced, especially in fungi, algae, mosses, and ferns. Also called spore case.

spo·ran′gi·al (-jē-əl) adj.

spo·ran·gi·um

(spōr-anj'ē-ŭm)
A saclike structure (a cell) within a fungus, in which asexual spores are borne by progressive cleavage.
[L. fr. G. sporos, seed, + angeion, vessel]

sporangium

(pl. sporangia) the structure within which asexual SPORES are formed.
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The Zaluch Gorge Section is composed of 45-50% phytoclasts, 35-30% playnomorphs, 5-10% amorphous organic matter and 5-10% with rare occurrences of sporangial mass and leaf epidermal tissues.
Sporangial shapes ranged from ellipsoid, ovoid, pyriform, obpyriform, to spherical with a prominent papilla (C).
(2.) Sporangial cluster 2-4 cm ling with 12-40 sporangia pairs 3
colour, exudates produced, growth of the colony), sporulating structures (conidial head, types of conidiogenous cells, arrangement of conidia, sporangial head, types of spores, pycnidia, accervuli, sporodochia, ascocarps etc.) were recorded and identified by following various manuals and monographs
For separating sporangia from mycelia fragments sporangial suspensions were filtered through a double layer of cheesecloth (pore size = 60 m; 14 x 12 threads centimeter-1) and concentrations were adjusted by haemo- cytometer to 60000 sporangia/mL.
The fully developed microsporangium consists of a mass of haploid pollen grains enclosed within the sporangial wall.
It is a relatively quick, easy, straightforward technique to disrupt sporangial cell walls with the release of DNA.
Zimmermann holds that the flower started with radial sporangial clusters, the sporophyll arising, following planation, from aggregations of mesomes.
Oospores can play a significant role in infection, and genes controlling resistance to sporangial inoculum can not be assumed to be the same as those that confer resistance to oosporic inoculum (Hash et al., 1997).
Sterile leaf blades pinnately dissected; veins free; fertile stalk with pinnately branched (grape-like) sporangial clusters Botrychium