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zoospore

[′zō·ə‚spȯr]
(biology)
An independently motile spore.
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(2007) have recently summarized the status of the knowledge of zoosporic true fungi, heterotrophic straminipiles and plasmodiophorids from Brazil, but information from other South American countries have been scattered throughout the literature and have never been extensively reviewed.
We will focus particularly on records of zoosporic true fungi, heterotrophic straminipiles and plasmodiophorids from Argentina and Brazil.
Each list of zoosporic taxa is arranged alphabetically.
The total number of species of zoosporic fungi recorded for Brazil, especially in the case of the Chytridiales, is considerably greater as compared with the number of species recorded in Argentina (Table 4).
A wealth of information available of South American zoosporic true fungi, heterotrophic straminipiles and plasmodiophorids came from studies made in Brazil.
Zoosporic fungi growing on eggs Coregonus lavaretus Thienemann, 1916 from lake Wdzydze in Kaszuby.
Sars specimens as vectors of aquatic zoosporic fungi parasiting on fish.
Zoosporic fungus species growing on eggs of whitefish from lake Goldapiwo in Mazury.
Zoosporic aquatic fungi growing on dead specimens of 29 freshwater crustacean species.
Morphology, taxonomy and ecology of thraustochytrids and labyrinthulids, the marine counterparts of zoosporic fungi, pp 35-60, en R.