blastospore
noun Etymology: blast- + spore Date: circa 1927 a fungal spore produced by budding

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  • Blastospore — A blastospore is an asexual fungal spore produced by budding. Produced by fungi within the phylum Glomeromycota and others.References*http://encarta.msn.com/dictionary 1861591096/blastospore.html *http://www.bartelby.com/61/65/B0316500.html …   Wikipedia

  • blastospore — (blas to spōr) A spore formed by budding from a hypha …   Dictionary of microbiology

  • blastospore — /blas teuh spawr , spohr /, n. Bot. a fungal spore that arises by budding. [1920 25; BLASTO + SPORE] * * * …   Universalium

  • blastospore — noun /ˈblæstəˌspɔːr/ A type of fungal spore produced asexually by budding …   Wiktionary

  • blastospore — SYN: Blastoconidium. [blasto + G. sporos, seed] * * * blas·to·spore blas tə .spō(ə)r, .spȯ(ə)r n a fungal spore that is produced by budding and that acts as a resting spore or (as in yeasts) gives rise to another spore or a hypha * * *… …   Medical dictionary

  • blastospore — blas·to·spore …   English syllables

  • blastospore — blas•to•spore [[t]ˈblæs təˌspɔr, ˌspoʊr[/t]] n. fng a fungal spore that arises by budding • Etymology: 1920–25 …   From formal English to slang

  • blastospore — “+ˌ noun ( s) Etymology: blast + spore : a fungous spore that is produced by budding and that acts as a resting spore or (as in yeasts) gives rise to another spore or a hypha while still attached to the parent cell and without an intervening… …   Useful english dictionary

  • blasto- — blast(o) , blaste ♦ Éléments, du gr. blastos « germe ». blaste, blasto éléments, du gr. blastos, germe . ⇒BLASTO , élément préf. Premier élément entrant dans la compos. de subst. et, plus rarement, d adj. du vocab. sc., dans lesquels il exprime… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • БЛАСТОСПОРА — англ.blastospore нем.Blastospore франц.blastospore см. > …   Фитопатологический словарь-справочник

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