In certain fungi, a flask-shaped cavity from the surface of the inner walls of which spores are produced.
An open-pored, flaskshaped fruiting structure in which asexual spores called conidia are produced. Fin. Swe. RASPING - A type of feeding by insects which rub or grate the leaf surfaces with their mouthparts to obtain particles for consumption. Fin. Swe.
a tiny, dark, round fruiting body of a fungus. Produces conidia.
flask-shaped asexual structure containing conidia
a chamber, lined with conidiophores , within the fruiting body
(pl. Pycnidia) - )-The asexual, globose or flask-shaped fruiting body of fungi-producing conidia. Quarantine - Regulation forbidding sale or shipment of plants or plant parts, usually to prevent disease, insect, nematode, or weed invasion of an area. Race - A strain of a pathogen characterized by the limitation of its host range to certain species and varieties of plants.
a flask-shaped, asexual fruiting body lined with conidiophores.
A hollow, flask-shaped structure lined with conidiophores bearing conidia
(pl. pycnidia): Asexual, globose- or flask-shaped fruiting body produced by fungi. (2)
A closed sporocarp, usually opening by a pore, that contains a cavity bearing conidia. (Pl. pycnidia.) ( 15)
A sac-like fruiting body that gives rise to conidia within its central area.
an asexual fruiting body that is hollow, and partially lined inside with conidiophores.