ascocarp

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ascocarp

[′as·kə‚kärp]
(mycology)
The mature fruiting body bearing asci with ascospores in higher Ascomycetes.
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Pacioni and Fantini (1997), who first studied and described the taxon in Italy, seemed to have used only very few ascomata originated in Sardinia and Spain and selected, among macro-and microscopic features useful for differentiating the species from T.
in Muayala Natural Reserve near Arar city at the north-east of Saudi Arabia, has permit to obtain for the first time of relatively big ascomata of Picoa spp.
Ascomata a cleistothecia nonstromaticae in catervis parvis, 150-300 [micro]m in diametrer, superfycialia, aggregate, cinerea, glovosaevel, subglobosae.
The microscopic features of ascomata and conidial heads were examined from wet mounts prepared in lactic acid under light microscopy.
Epigloea lives in association with algal films and it is still unclear the specificity of the relationship of the fungus with the algae since it is common to find different algal species below the fungal ascomata.
then the culture developed ascomata Our specimen agrees with the original description and with that by Wright et al.
Kernia bartlettii differs in having nonostiolate ascomata as with other species of Lophotrichus, K.
orange-brown to copper-colored fruiting bodies developed until day 8 (Figure 2b); after 14 days of incubation, these bodies were identified as perithecial ascomata (diameter 200 [micro]m-300 [micro]m).