ascus

Elongated spore case containing 4 or 8 haploid sexual ascospores of ascomycete fungi (which include most yeasts).

Ascus

A sac-like container of ascospores, generally eight in Ascomycete fungi.

Ascus

• (n.) A small membranous bladder or tube in which are inclosed the seedlike reproductive particles or sporules of lichens and certain fungi.
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ascus

<fungus> Elongated spore case containing 4 or 8 haploid sexual ascospores of ascomycete fungi (which include yeasts). ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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ascus

(as´kәs) the spore case of certain fungi.
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ascus

noun saclike structure in which ascospores are formed through sexual reproduction of ascomycetes
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Ascus

[bryozoa] The ascus is a diagnostic morphological feature of the bryozoan suborder Ascophora (hence the name of the suborder). It is a water-filled sac of frontal membrane opening (ascopore) at or near the zooid orifice. It functions as a hydrostatic system by allowing water into the space below the inflexible, calcified frontal wall (cover...
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Ascus

As'cus noun ; plural Asci [ New Latin , from Greek ... a bladder.] (Botany) A small membranous bladder or tube in which are inclosed the seedlike reproductive particles or sporules of lichens and certain fungi.
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ascus

A cell that is the site of meiosis and in which endogenous spores (usually meiospores but sometimes also ascoconidia) are formed. (Pl. asci.)
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ascus

a saclike structure produced by fungi of the phylum Ascomycota (sac fungi) in which sexually produced spores (ascospores), usually four or eight in ... [1 related articles]
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ASCUS

Abnormal cells from the outer walls of the cervix (the lower, narrow end of the uterus). Abnormal squamous cells (thin, flat cells that look like fish scales) are found in a low number of Pap smears (a procedure used to detect cervical cancer) and may indicate infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV) or another infectious agent. The risk of de...
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ascus

ascus (s), asci (pl) A cell inside which spores (ascospores), usually eight, are formed in Ascomycetes.
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Ascus

Ascus: An elongated spore case containing the spores of certain fungi including yeast.
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ASCUS

Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance
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Ascus

Structure produced by sac fungi in which sexual ascospores develop.
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ascus

the sac-like cell of the perfect state of an ascomycete, in which ascospores (usually 8) are produced. pl. asci.
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ASCUS

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. In the Bethesda system, acronym for atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance, under cell.
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ascus

Type: Term Pronunciation: as′kŭs, as′ī Definitions: 1. The saclike cell of Ascomycetes in which ascospores develop following nuclear fusion and meiosis.
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ascus

[n] - saclike structure in which ascospores are formed through sexual reproduction of ascomycetes
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