Blastoconidium

Blastoconidium is a holoblastic conidium that is produced singly or in chains, and detached at maturity leaving a bud scar, as in the budding of a yeast cell. Yeasts such as Candida albicans and Cryptococcus neoformans produce budded cells known as blastoconidia. The formation of blastoconidia involves three basic steps: bud emergence, bud growth,
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Blastoconidium

A holoblastic conidium that is produced singly or in chains, and detached at maturity leaving a bud scar, as in the budding of a yeast cell. ... Synonym: blastospore. ... Origin: blasto-+ conidium ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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blastoconidium

Type: Term Pronunciation: blas′tō-cŏ-nid′ē-ŭm Definitions: 1. A holoblastic conidium that is produced singly or in chains, and detached at maturity leaving a bud scar, as in the budding of a yeast cell. Synonyms: blastospore
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