noun, plural co·nid·i·a [koh-nid-ee-uh, kuh-]. /koʊˈnɪd i ə, kə-/. Botany.
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OTHER WORDS FROM conidiumco·nid·i·al, co·nid·i·an, adjective
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When it has reached the front of the opening in the conidium, which is thus emptied, the mass remains immovable.
This secondary conidium can sometimes engender a third cellule by a similar process.
A short time after the appearance of the vacuoles the entire conidium extends itself so that the papilla disappears.
Then it isolates itself from the germ-tube by a septum, and takes all the essential characteristics of the parent conidium.