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  • Taxonomy of the non-yellow species of Rhizocarpon (Rhizocarpaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in the Nordic countries, with hyaline and muriform ascospores. Mycological Research countries, with hyaline and muriform ascospores, has been revised. — “Cambridge Journals Online - Abstract”,
  • Home - Quote Topics - Quotes of the Day - Quote Keywords - Author Types. Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. Definition of Muriform. Muriform. Resembling courses of bricks or stones in squareness and regular arrangement; as, a muriform variety of cellular tissue. — “Definition of Muriform”,
  • macroconidia produced and are divided by longitudinal and transverse septae (these are referred to as muriform macroconidia Sporodochia, conidiophores and small, muriform macroconidia are present. — “A Resident's Fungal Morphology”,
  • Garden Dictionany for thousands of garden words. Why not learn about a ne garden word today. — “Garden Dictionary Word: muriform”,
  • : Handbook of Applied Mycology (9780824784355): Arora: Books entomophthoran fungi, etiologic fungi, albicans ribosomes, modern medical mycology, tines nigra, muriform cells, teleomorph production, exoantigen tests, entomopathogenic species, anisopliae infecting, containing resting spores,. — “: Handbook of Applied Mycology (9780824784355”,
  • Muriform information including symptoms, causes, diseases, symptoms, treatments, and other medical and health issues. — “Muriform - ”,
  • Ignore Exact. Everything2. Muriform (definition) by Webster 1913 Resembling courses of bricks or stones in squareness and regular arrangement; as, a muriform variety of cellular tissue. — [email protected],
  • The large spores are divided into many sections, a condition referred to as muriform. The brown muriform spores are about 35 micrometers long, four spores per ascus. — “Crustose Lichen Photos (Cont.)”,
  • pseudostromata; interascal hyphae anastomosing, not inspersed with oil globules; asci 1-spored; ascospores dark brown, muriform, 147–359 × 65–141 µm. Laurera robusta. 24: Thallus corticolous, pale grey, greyish green, grey-brown, yellowish brown. — “ABRS - Key to Australian Crustose Pyrenocarpous Lichen Genera”,
  • Hymenium clear; ascospores muriform; lirellae sessile and lacking thalline cover, Opegrapha-like or with orange, K+ dark pink pruina GO Hymenium clear; ascospores (sub)muriform, large (> 65 µm long); labia up to apex with thalline cover or orange, K+ dark pink pruina GO. — “Part Keys to Species of Graphis in Costa Rica”,
  • Translations of Muriform. Muriform synonyms, Muriform antonyms. Information about Muriform in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. (Bot.) Resembling courses of bricks or stones in squareness and regular arrangement; as, a muriform variety of cellular tissue. — “Muriform - definition of Muriform by the Free Online”,
  • Isolates of Ulocladium form geniculate, sympodial conidiophores bearing solitary, muriform, dematiaceous conidia. — “Ulocladium Species”,
  • Muriform definition at , a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!. — “Muriform | Define Muriform at ”,
  • A genus has been erected for each combination of hyaline or brown, transversely-septate or muriform –spored, non-stromatic groups (Graphis, Phaeographis, Graphina, Phaeographina) and stromatic groups (Glyphis, Sarcographa, Meduselina, Sarcographina). — “Graphidaceae of Central French Guiana”,
  • muriform definition from the mondofacto online medical dictionary. — “muriform - Definition”,
  • mm wide, round pore showing the free inner excipulum rim, without carbonisation or columella; hymenium 310-320 mu, clear; spores grey, muriform, 1-2/ascus, I-negative, ca. 150-210 x 33-36 mu, ca. ? x ? celled (densely muriform); chemistry: hypoprotocetraric and 4-O-demethylnotatic acids. — “BGBM: lichens, keys, CR graphidales, thelotremataceae”, bgbm.fu-
  • muriform ( ′myu̇rə′förm ) ( biology ) Resembling the arrangement of courses in a brick wall, especially having both horizontal and vertical septa. — “muriform: Definition from ”,
  • 15), muriform, twisted to the axis of the conidiophore and 1.5-2.5 times tightly immature hyaline primary conidia, globose, muriform, formed in groups of 3-4. — “Xenosporium amomi sp. nov. from Zingiberaceae in Thailand”,


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