Spores

Some articles on spores, spore:

Lobaria Pulmonaria - Reproduction
... produces small reddish-brown discs known as apothecia containing asci, from which spores are forcibly released into the air (like ballistospores) ... pulmonaria spores use some mechanism to inhibit germination—the inhibition is lifted when the spores are grown in a synthetic growth medium containing an adsorbent like bovine serum albumin or α-cyclodextrin ...
Scutellinia Scutellata - Similar Species
... umbrarum (which has a larger fruiting body and larger spores, as well as having shorter, less obvious hairs) S ... is slightly smaller, and orange to yellow in colour, with smooth spores), Cheilymenia crucipila (which is much smaller, with short, pale hairs and spores lacking oil droplets) and ... American version that has smaller hairs and spores that are more coarsely warted than S ...
Lactarius Subdulcis - Description - Spores
... Lactarius subdulcis has cream spore print with a slight salmon tinge ... The spores are oval, with largish warts of around 1 micrometre (μm) which are joined by a well-developed network of mostly thin ridges ... The spores measure 7.5–11 μm by 6.5–9 μm, and are amyloid or ellipsoid in shape ...
Aeroallergen - Spores
... Main article Spore In fungi, both asexual and sexual spores or sporangiospores of many fungal species are actively dispersed by forcible ejection from their reproductive structures, which travel through the ... thereby possess specialized mechanical and physiological mechanisms as well as spore-surface structures, such as hydrophobins, for spore ejection ... The forcible discharge of single spores termed ballistospores involves formation of a small drop of water (Buller's drop), which upon contact with the spore ...
Chorioactis - Description - Microscopic Characteristics
... Spores are oblong to spindle-shaped, and are flattened on one side they have dimensions of 54–68 µm by 10–13 µm ... The spores each contain 3–5 oil drops ... Although the spores have been described as smooth in older literature, when viewed with transmission electron microscopy, they are seen to have minute ...