sporangium

Spore case, within which asexual spores are produced.

Sporangium

A container which produces asexual fungal spores applies to asexual spores of Zugomycetes and endospores of bacteria.

sporangium

A chamber inside of which spores are produced through meiosis.
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sporangium

A sac that bears endogenous, asexual spores (sporangiospores) (Pl. sporangia.)
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sporangium

[n] - organ containing or producing spores
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Sporangium

Spo·ran'gi·um noun ; plural Sporangia . [ New Latin , from Greek ... a sowing, seed + ... a receptacle.] (Botany) A spore case in the cryptogamous plants, as in ferns, etc.
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sporangium

<plant biology> Spore case, within which asexual spores are produced. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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sporangium

spore case noun organ containing or producing spores
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Sporangium

• (n.) A spore case in the cryptogamous plants, as in ferns, etc.
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sporangium

(from the article `plant development`) ...so-called vegetative cell and two male gametes. The division producing the gametes may occur either before dispersal of the pollen grain or later, ... ...the embryo, which then develops into the sporophyte. This eventually produces sporangia, which bear meiocytes (sporocytes) that divide meiotic...
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sporangium

sporangium A single-celled or many-celled structure in which spores are produced, as in fungi, algae, mosses, and ferns. Also called spore case.
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sporangium

Type: Term Pronunciation: spō-ran′jē-ŭm Definitions: 1. A saclike structure (a cell) within a fungus, in which asexual spores are borne by progressive cleavage.
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Sporangium

A sporangium (pl., sporangia) (modern Latin, from Greek σπόρος (sporos) ‘spore’ + αγγείον (angeion) ‘vessel’) is an enclosure in which spores are formed. It can be composed of a single cell or can be multicellular. All plants, fungi, and many other lineages form sporangia at some point in their life cycle. Sporangia can produc...
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Sporangium

The spore-producing structure of a plant. (pl. sporangia)
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sporangium

a spore bearing structure used here particularly for ferns, fern allies and gymnosperms. pl. sporangia. adj. sporangial
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Sporangium

A spore-case; a sac or body bearing spores.
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sporangium

A chamber inside of which spores are produced through meiosis.
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