TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDOSPOROUS»
The term «endosporous» is used very little and occupies the 162.699
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOSPOROUS»
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Endosporous and Arthro- sporous Bacteria. The different conformations and
groupings described in the preceding lectures indicate primarily nothing more
than definite forms of one phenomenon marked in each case by a distinct name,
Endosporous Massive protonema developed inside stretched exospore Funnel-
shaped protonema Sex organs producing on apex of chloronema branch
Vesiculated protonemal cells Primary rhizoid developing from spore Protonema ...
Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society
New Type of Endosporous Bacteria.* — Prof. L. Klein describes a previously
unobserved mode of endosporous formation of spores in a number of bacteria
found in marshes, chiefly inhabiting partially decayed or median, the first
indication of ...
Royal Microscopical Society, London, 1890
The North American slime-moulds: being a list of all species ...
In 1858 De Bary applied the title Mycetozoa to a group which included the then
lately discovered Acrasiece with the true Slime-moulds, both endosporous and
exosporous. For all except the Acrasiece De Bary retained the old appellation, ...
Thomas Huston Macbride, 1899
Handbook of practical botany: for the botanical laboratory ...
Those bacteria which form spores in the interior of their cells are collected
together as endosporous bacteria ; while in arthrosporous bacteria entire cells
take on the character of spores. These latter remain, while the rest of the cells
Eduard Strasburger, William Hillhouse, 1900
Comparative Morphology and Biology of the Fungi, Mycetozoa ...
This would not affect the relations between the Endosporous and Arthrosporous
Bacteria, or between the latter and the Nostocaceae; nor can there be a doubt
that the Nostocaceae which contain chlorophyll and phycochrome are in any
Anton Bary, Henry Edward Fowler Garnsey, Isaac Bayley Balfour, 1887
Cell Biology of Physarum and Didymium V1: Organisms, ...
The classification of the whole group of endosporous Myxomycetes traditionally
begins with the color of the spores. The dark-spored Myxomycetes, Physarum
and Didymium among them, are placed in two orders: Physarales and
Cryptogams: Cyanobacteria, Algae, Fungi, Lichens : Textbook ...
peridium. or are individually formed on columnar structures without a peridium,
one can distinguish between endosporous and exosporous slime moulds.
Exosporous fruit bodies occur only in the three species of the genus Ceratiomyxa
Biodiversity of Fungi: Inventory and Monitoring Methods
These terms are used in keys to the orders, families, genera, and species of
Myxomycetes to refer to basic morphological characters (Keller and Braun 1999).
Peridium. In the endosporous Myxomycetes, an acellular, outer enclosing
Gregory Michael Mueller, Gerald F. Bills, Mercedes S. Foster, 2004
In rest of the myxomycetes fructifications are always endosporous hence they
comprise the sub class Endosporaceae. Spores are produced inside the
fructifications or in other words. Spore mass becomes covered by a periodical