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ascogenous (not comparable)
- (mycology) That grows from the ascogonium of a fungus
- 2015 December 24, “Phylogenetic Reconstruction of the Calosphaeriales and Togniniales Using Five Genes and Predicted RNA Secondary Structures of ITS, and Flabellascus tenuirostris gen. et sp. nov.”, in PLOS ONE, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0144616:
- The calosphaeriaceous ascoma centrum is unique in the Sordariomycetes; it comprises persistent, sparsely branched, short or elongated ascogenous hyphae with minute cells formed from croziers in sympodial succession, asci in predominantly spicate arrangement and persistent paraphyses.
that grows from the ascogonium of a fungus