A continuous supply of mature spores are elevated by growth of the sporangium
and released by terminal slits in the sporangium
wall pigmented with brown; megaspores with short ridges, wart-like projections (tuberculate to papillate) or almost smooth; plant terrestrial or amphibious in wet clay soils or on rock outcrops.
a change in sorus area or sporangium
density for Macrocystis and Pterygophora, respectively), and e is the expected number of individuals showing the same directional change in reproductive condition under conditions of asynchrony.
refuineus to variation of morphological characters growth on media, presence or absence of sporangium
, sporangiophore length, spore mass, spore surface, spore chain, spore shape and pigments (10).
The sporocytes develop pliable walls, expand rapidly and are released from the archesporial cell walls into the mucilaginous matrix of the sporangium
Isolated strain was identified morphologically (shape, Gram staining, spore staining, spore shape, sporangium
dilatation and motility) and biochemically (anaerobic growth, growth in 5% NaCl, growth in 7% NaCl, growth in 10% NaCl, growth at pH 5.
sporangiospore: Any spore produced from a sporangium
Those which microscopically have ellipsoidal or cylindrical pores that are centrally or terminally positioned in the sporangium
were recognized as typical of Bacillus cereus.
Sporangiospores of Pilobolus are contained within sporangia, making the sporangium
the repository of a sample of cells that can be a source of DNA or protein.
2: Typical morphological characteristics of Phytophthora capsici isolated from infected black pepper root: Chlamysdospore (a); torulose hyphae (b); lemon shape sporangium
with long pedicel (c) and globose oogonia with paragynous antheridia (d)
Observations on the structure of the sporangium
palmivora from the inhibition zones of dual culture plates showed morphological abnormalities in hyphal structure with sparse production of sporangium