nonseptate


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nonseptate

[‚nän′sep‚täts]
(mycology)
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Numerous fungi in the form of spores and refractile nonseptate hyphae were seen (Figures 5).
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.
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.