nonseptate


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nonseptate

[‚nän′sep‚täts]
(mycology)
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In twenty-seven out of 32 patients with incomplete fluid evacuation, effusions were either complex nonseptate with thick fluid or with more thickened septations.
(2) It appears as nonseptate or scarcely septate hyphae with obtuse ramifications.
Open biopsy with anterior ethmoidectomy, left maxillary antrectomy, left total ethmoidectomy, left sphenoidectomy was performed, which showed nonseptate hyphae with right angle branching consistent with the diagnosis of mucormycosis (Figure 1).
Specifically, permanent sections confirmed the presence of broad-branching, nonseptate hyphae with extensive tissue necrosis and ulceration, as seen with invasive disease (figure 2).
Hyphae may be nonseptate (consists of one long, continuous cell not divided into individual compartments) or septate (consists of cross walls that divide the hyphae into individual compartments) (Figure 5-5).
Because the endophyte in planta is nonseptate (Hinton and Bacon, 1985), it is possible the endophyte can mobilize vital components (proteins, carbohydrates, etc.) from mycelium in above ground tissue to the plant meristem to provide necessary nutrients where they are needed for invasion of the developing panicle primodia during plant vernalization.
In Zamia, fungal hyphae (both septate and nonseptate) are on the
As is often the case with novel ideas, Adler made this discovery by chance while studying the effects of ionizing radiation on Escherichia coli.[1] He and his colleagues were working with a mutant that, after exposure to radiation, retained the ability to grow (into long, nonseptate, multinucleated filaments) but could no longer divide.
Pathology specimen of the gastrectomy identified an angioinvasive mold with irregular nonseptate hyphae visualized, consistent with invasive mucormycosis (Figure 1).
Lateral hairs light yellow, long, nonseptate. Asci club shaped, 8-spored.
Microscopy examination showed extensive superficial mycotic proliferation, with wide and irregular ribbonlike nonseptate hyphae and right-angle branching.