The conidia are borne upon erect, elongated filaments, originating from the creeping mycelium.
Brefeld regards the budding process as the formation of conidia.
One of these consists of conidia, characterized by Corda as Coryneum disciforme.
The spores of Ferns, ascospores, and some conidia are also liberated explosively.
The conidia of P. densa are similar, but the germination is different.
The warmth and moisture are, in fact, the conditions necessary for the germination of the conidia.
It may be that the conidia themselves are in some sort of abnormal condition.
The detached cells are the conidia of our fungus; only one is formed on each stalk.
The passage from one to the other may be seen in the stellate form of the conidia of Nyctalis.
It remains solid and filled with protoplasm as far as the portion which forms the end through its conidia.
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.