A peculiar kind of reproductive cell found in certain fungi, and often containing zoöspores.
asexual reproductive structure that forms externally on the side or the end of the hyphae or conidiophore
Asexual reproductive spore produced by certain classes of fungi.
An asexual spore, containing 1–4 nuclei, that is produced as a result of mitosis and that is formed from the ends or sides of hyphae, or filaments.
An asexual spore germinating by a germ tube, that is usually produced directly from a specialized stalk (conidiophore) or from a specialized cell (conidiogenous cell).
asexual spore of a fungus
an asexually produced fungal spore formed on a conidiophore
Conidia are sporangia grown on elaborate structures called conidiophores. These are usually stalked, lifting the conidia off the substrate for better dispersal and to avoid microscopic grazing animals. They are often produced hundreds or thousands of at a time.
(Conidia pl.) A sexual spore found in certain fungi. It is borne on a specialized hypha called a conidiophore.
An asexual, non-motile, usually deciduous propagule that is not formed by cytoplasmic cleave, free-cell formation, or by conjugation.
(pl. Conidia) - Asexual spore formed by abstriction and detachment of part of a hyphal cell at the end of a conidiophore and germinating by a germ tube.
an asexual fungal spore.
(Pl. conidia.) a asexual spore of fungus, borne at the tip of a specialised hypha conidiophore.
A thin-walled, asexual spore that is borne exogenously on a conidiophore and is deciduous at maturity. (See endoconidium.) (Pl. conidia.) ( 15)
Asexual spore supported on a hypha, not in a sporangium
(plural - Conidia ) an asexually produced fungus spore formed at the end of a conidiophore
(pl. conidia, adj.= conidial): An asexual fungus spore formed from the end of a conidiophore. condia
a nonmotile asexual spore formed on a conidiophore, formed from or as an extension of the hyphal walls. May be single or multicelled, simple or complex, round, elongated or spiral in shape. Found only in the Ascomycota or Basidiomycota (see arthrospore) (Further information)
Conidia, or conidiospores, are asexual, non-motile spores of a fungus; they are also called mitospores due to the way they are generated through the cellular process of mitosis. They are haploid cells genetically identical to the haploid parent, can develop into a new organism if conditions are favorable, and serve in biological dispersal.