teleomorph

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tel·e·o·morph

(tel'ē-ō-morf),
A reproductive structure of a fungus that is a result of plasmogamy and nuclear recombination; sexual state (sexual reproduction).
Synonym(s): perfect stage

teleomorph

(tel'e-o-mawrf?, tel') [? + G. morphe, form]
The sexual state of a fungus (the state in which two fungal nuclei unite and undergo meiosis, forming offspring with new genetic information). Fungi that have teleomorphic states are said to be “perfect” fungi. Fungi that reproduce asexually are said to be “imperfect.”teleomorphic (tel?e-o-mawrf'ik, tel?), adjective See: anamorph

teleomorph

the sexual (or perfect) stage or form of a FUNGUS.
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The Genus Penicillium and its Teleomorphic States, Eupenicillium and Talaromyces, 1979; pp: 634.
saussurei is now treated as a synonym for its known sexual (teleomorphic) state, Ophiocordyceps humbertii (C.
The genus Penicillium, and its teleomorphic states Eupenicillium and Talaromyces.
The results showed that Zygomycota were represented by two species (about 9.09% of total species number), teleomorphic Ascomycota (by 4 species, 18.18%) and the anamorphic Ascomycota (represented by 16 species, 72.72%).
The Genus Penicillium and its teleomorphic state Eupenicillium and Talaromyces.
Updates include a completely new classification, major revisions and modifications, more detailed distinctions between true fungi and other groups of organisms studied by mycologists, improved reference publication information, and a more integrated treatment of anamorphic and teleomorphic genera.
[15.] Pitt JI The Genus Penicillium and its teleomorphic states Eupenicillium and Talaromyces.
MANY CULTIVATED and wild grass species are hosts to fungal endophytes of the genus Neotyphodium or the related teleomorphic genus Epichloe (Glenn et al., 1996).
The basidiomycetous yeast Xanthophyllomyces dendrorhous (teleomorphic state of Phaffia rhodozyma) is one of the few microorganisms that can synthesize astaxanthin (3,3'-dihydroxy-[beta]-[beta]'-carotene-4,4'-dione) as the main carotenoid (1).