ascocarp


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Related to ascocarp: basidiocarp, basidium, photobiont

ascocarp

[′as·kə‚kärp]
(mycology)
The mature fruiting body bearing asci with ascospores in higher Ascomycetes.
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Coronate ascocarp was also observed clearly under 40 X of the phase contrast microscope(Figure 9).
Philippoussis A, Balis C (1995) Studies on the morphogenesis of sclerotia and subterranean mycelial network of ascocarp in Morchella species.
Garcia-Montero LG, Casermeiro MA, Hernando I, Hernando J (2007a) Effect of active carbonate, exchangeable calcium, and stoniness of soil on Tuber melanosporum ascocarp production.
Stichococcus, a genus subaerial unicellular algae, is the photobiont in Staurothele and Endocarpon and forms small rectangular cells within the ascocarp amongst the asci.
On the basis of a study of coprophilous fungi from Zulia state, Venezuela, one specie of the family Coniochaetaceae, with cleistothecial ascocarp and ascospores with germ pore was isolated from dove dung.
Ascocarp morphology and terminal hair ornamentation in thermophilic Chaetomium species.