ostiole

1. A neck-like structure in an ascocarp, lined with pariphyses, and terminating in a pore. 2. The opening of a pycnidium.
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ostiole

[n] - a small pore especially one in the reproductive bodies of certain algae and fungi through which spores pass
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Ostiole

Os'tiĀ·ole noun [ Latin ostiolum a little door, dim. of ostium a door: confer French ostiole .] (Botany) (a) The exterior opening of a stomate. See Stomate . (b) Any small orifice.
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ostiole

An opening or pore. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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ostiole

noun a small pore especially one in the reproductive bodies of certain algae and fungi through which spores pass
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Ostiole

• (n.) Any small orifice. • (n.) The exterior opening of a stomate. See Stomate.
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ostiole

an opening or pore, in fungi and lichens, a pore at the apex of a perithecium through which spores are extruded. adj. ostiolar.
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Ostiole

An ostiole is a small hole or opening through which algae or fungi release their mature spores. The term is also used in higher plants, for example to denote the opening of the involuted fig inflorescence through which fig wasps enter to pollinate and breed. ...
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Ostiole

A small bodily aperture, orifice, or pore.
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ostiole

a small opening
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