[koh-nid-ee-uh m, kuh-] /koʊˈnɪd i əm, kə-/
noun, plural conidia
[koh-nid-ee-uh, kuh-] /koʊˈnɪd i ə, kə-/ (Show IPA). Botany.
(in fungi) an asexual spore formed by abstriction at the top of a hyphal branch.
noun (pl) -nidia (-ˈnɪdɪə)
an asexual spore formed at the tip of a specialized hypha (conidiophore) in fungi such as Penicillium
conidium co·nid·i·um (kə-nĭd’ē-əm)
n. pl. co·nid·i·a (-ē-ə)
An asexually produced fungal spore, formed on a conidiophore.
An asexually produced fungal spore, formed on a conidiophore. Most conidia are dispersed by the wind and can endure extremes of cold, heat, and dryness. When conditions are favorable, they germinate and grow into hyphae.
[koh-nuh-fer, kon-uh-] /ˈkoʊ nə fər, ˈkɒn ə-/ noun 1. any of numerous, chiefly evergreen trees or shrubs of the class Coniferinae (or group Coniferales), including the pine, fir, spruce, and other cone-bearing trees and shrubs, and also the yews and their allies that bear drupelike seeds. 2. a plant producing naked seeds in cones, or […]
[koh-nee, kuhn-ee] /ˈkoʊ ni, ˈkʌn i/ noun, plural conies. 1. the fur of a rabbit, especially when dyed to simulate Hudson seal. 2. the daman or other hyrax of the same genus. 3. the pika. 4. a rabbit. 5. Obsolete. a person who is easily tricked; gull; dupe. /ˈkəʊnɪ/ noun (pl) -nies, -neys 1. a […]
[koh-nif-er-in, kuh-] /koʊˈnɪf ər ɪn, kə-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a grayish-white, water-soluble powder, C 16 H 22 O 8 ⋅2H 2 O, obtained from the cambium of coniferous trees and from asparagus: used chiefly in the manufacture of vanillin.
[koh-nif-er-uh s, kuh-] /koʊˈnɪf ər əs, kə-/ adjective, Botany. 1. belonging or pertaining to the . Compare (def 1). /kəˈnɪfərəs; kɒ-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or belonging to the plant phylum Coniferophyta See conifer adj. 1660s, from conifer + -ous. conifer (kŏn’ə-fər) Any of various gymnosperms that bear their reproductive structures in cones and […]
- Coniferous forest
noun a type of forest characterized by cone-bearing, needle-leaved trees Examples Coniferous forests are often a source of softwood timber and pulp.