Phialospore | Article about phialospore by The Free Dictionary
One of a chain of spores produced successively on phialides.
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The phialospores were smooth, green and sub-globose to short ovoid.
The phialospores were rough walled, green, sub-globose to short ovoid.
are subglobose to short obovoid (Fig.
This was most clearly seen on the zinc-polymeric coatings exposed to the industrial environment, where phialospores
(conidia borne on phialides) of the formed conidia of Aspergillus fumigatus fungi were clearly seen.