disjunctor


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disjunctor

[dis′jəŋk·tər]
(mycology)
A small cellulose body between the conidia of certain fungi, which eventually breaks down and thus frees the conidia.
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Microscopic analysis showed hyaline septate hyphae and arthroconidia alternating with empty disjunctor cells (Figure, panel B).
disjunctor in the IDM), and the resolution phase to the logical mechanism (LM) component of the GTVH.
The evidence for this comes from the fact that -mI with the disjunctive function cannot co-occur with the conjunctor ve 'and', and it also seems to be somewhat unacceptable with disjunctors such as veya or ya da 'or'.