ostiole


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ostiole

[′äs·tē‚ōl]
(biology)
A small orifice or pore.

ostiole

A small entrance.
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in immature figs were confirmed, demonstrating the ability of the pathogen to infect immature fruit inoculated with and without wound and also, through the opening of the ostioles.
Terminal hairs surrounding the ostiole are numerous, long, septate thick walled, straight or contorted, up to 1.
8), bearing a pair of ostioles of the dorsal abdominal scent glands (Figs.
Thoraeie pleura and sterna: Metathoracic scent gland ostiole associated with an elongate, evenly curved peritreme terminating relatively close to lateral margin of metapleuron (Fig.
There is a collection of beads made of precious stones inside a clay jar with missing ostiole.
1B) much shorter with markedly subacute apex having posterior margin convex, round beyond ostiole reaching to much less than 1/2 of evaporatoria, ostiole with ovate opening, evaporatoria distinct; membrane of hemelytra slightly passing beyond abdomen; distance base scutellum- apex clavus 2.
The midrib gall of Copaifera langsdorffii was formed by a swelling of the central portion of leaflet lamina, with an ostiole placed along the whole extension of the gall (Fig.
The eggs are milky and contain a filament, and generally are laid in small masses by more than one female into the ostiole of figs near maturation (Raga 2002).
After they were dried, the spores were released from the ostioles in the form of a black dust on the culture media.