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(Science: botany) A genus of minute fungi. The plants consist of slender threads with terminal globular sporangia; mold.

Origin: L, fr. Mucere to be moldy or musty.

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Why coniferophyta called sporophyte?

As we know, spores are those ''seeds'' produce by mushroom or mucor. And spores are techniquely small and unseen by naked eye. But aren't seeds produced by conifer plants just too big to be "sporo"phyte? Why don't something like "seedo"phyte ...

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by moneyyip
Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:56 am
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: Why coniferophyta called sporophyte?
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Views: 3249

Industrial Microbiology help needed

Hello, I am looking for an information on the metabolic pathways of the following microbes: 1. e.coli 2. fusarium 3. mucor 4. cornyeform bacterium If there is an online resource/encyclopedia that I could use that woud be ideal! Thanks, Shawn :D

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by shawndel
Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:47 am
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Industrial Microbiology help needed
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Views: 1613

The Fiber Disease

... salmonis (U21337), Psorospermium haeckelii (U33180), Ichthyophonus hoferi (D14358), Aspergillus fumagatus (M60300), Chytridium confervae (M59758), Mucor racemosus (X54863), Acanthamoeba castellanii (U07413), Zamia pumila (M20017), Porphyra spiralis (L26177), Lagenidium giganteum (X54266), Labyrinthuloides ...

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by al
Mon Dec 25, 2006 1:39 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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Seedless plants...

... in which plants are divide into phanerogams[flowering plants ex:cycas,hibiscus,etc] and cryptogams[Non-Flowering plants ex:Acetobacter aceti,mucor,etc].

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by David George
Mon Mar 20, 2006 12:15 pm
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: Seedless plants...
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a fungus

... one... That's all I can see, a ra investigation, I know :lol: Poison : I think none of your fungi are in that figure. Aspergillus, Rhizopus, and Mucor looked as brown-black colony, while Penicillin looked as blue-green colony..

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by Dr.Stein
Thu Jan 19, 2006 8:34 am
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: a fungus
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