(in ascomycetous fungi) the fruiting body bearing the asci, as an apothecium or perithecium.
The group 342 is characterized by a special type of ascocarp, the perithecium.
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(in some ascomycetous fungi) a globular structure containing the asci See apothecium, perithecium
An ascus-bearing structure found in the fungi known as ascomycetes. Ascocarps are composed of interwoven hyphae, and in many species they are visible, forming the most prominent part of the fungus. Ascocarps may be cup-shaped, spherical, or flask-shaped.
of, relating to, or producing asci. Historical Examples In other cases the ascogenous hyphae arise directly from the vegetative hyphae. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 11, Slice 3 Various
the female sexual organ in certain ascomycetous fungi. the portion of the archicarp in certain ascomycetous fungi that receives the antheridial nuclei and puts out the hyphae bearing the asci. noun (pl) -nia (-nɪə) a female reproductive body in some ascomycetous fungi in which, after fertilization, the asci develop
a fruiting body that bears .
- Ascoli piceno
noun a town in E central Italy, in the Marches: capital of the Roman province of Picenum; site of the massacre of all its Roman citizens in the Social War in 90 bc Pop: 51 375 (2001) Latin name Asculum Picenum (ˈæskjʊləm paɪˈsiːnəm)