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basidiospore

[bə′sid·ē·ə‚spȯr]
(mycology)
A spore produced by a basidium.
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1997) also given a description for American collection of this species which has slightly smaller basidiospore size of Pakistani collection.
Conditions for basidiospore production in the brown rot fungus Gloeophyllum sepiarium in axenic culture.
Silveira also present hymenial acanthocytes, however their basidiospores are much smaller (up to 8 x 5 [micro]m).
Supplemental Material, Table S1: Concentrations of airborne mold in Flooded HEAL homes at baseline (N=68 homes) Indoor Molds Rank Mold Type N (%)Detectable Geometric Mean (GSE) 1st Basidiospores 111 (97%) 110 (16.
Collection 4 appears to be a rare Deconica, with basidiospores subellipsoid in face-view, and with a very narrow germ pore.
neoformans because of differences in basidiospore morphology, environmental niches, morphologic features in vivo, limited molecular identity (55%-61% relatedness of DNA), multiple gene genealogies, unique random amplified polymorphic DNA typing patterns, and inefficient cross-species mating with the production of sterile progeny and no recombination (9).
According to Guzman (1995) and Noordeloos (2001) the form of basidiospores and the thickness of their wall ate important taxonomic features in Psilocybe, and for Guzman (1995) this is the base of the division of the genus in sections.
The accompanying illustration of the Shiitake life cycle clearly indicates how Shiitake grows from dispersed basidiospores produced in the fertile gills in the underside of the mushroom cap (Fig.
Nia vibrissa is further distinguished by having appendaged basidiospores (Fig.
In Bahia, Brazil, where 85% of Brazilian cocoa grows in the understory of the rainforest under humid conditions favoring germination of the fungus' basidiospores (Frias et al.
Germination with phragmobasidia; basidial cells mostly conjugate and develop two large, dikaryotic conidia or basidial cells develop basidiospores.