a formed within an ascus.
one of the spores (usually eight in number) that are produced in an ascus
a s-xually produced fungal spore formed within an ascus of ascomycetes. ascospores have a haploid number of chromosomes and are formed by meiosis of the diploid zygote that results when the nuclei of s-xually compatible hyphae fuse together. when an ascospore is released and lands in a place that is rich in nutrients, it germinates and sends out hyphae of its own.
ascp american society of clinical pathologists
ascpt american society for clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
to credit or -ssign, as to a cause or source; attribute; impute: the alphabet is usually ascribed to the phoenicians. to attribute or think of as belonging, as a quality or characteristic: they ascribed courage to me for something i did out of sheer panic. historical examples for these reasons the amount of illness traceable […]
- Ascribed status
the social position -ssigned to a person on the basis of kinship, ethnic group, s-x, etc. historical examples social status on this frontier depended more upon achieved status than ascribed status. the fair play settlers of the west branch valley, 1769-1784 george d. wolf
the act of . a statement something, especially praise to the deity. historical examples this ascription is based upon the entry in the stationers’ register, which runs: ‘7º novembris 1627. pastoral poetry and pastoral drama walter w. greg but in the two verses that follow the ascription of holiness, we find the sum of the […]