Definition of Conidian
1. conidium [adj] - See also: conidium
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conidian
Literary usage of Conidian
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual of General Pathology: For the Use of Students and Practitioners of by Ernst Wagner (1876)
"It is doubtful whether spore or conidian formation takes place in bacteria.— Consult RINDFLEISCH. Vire/i. Arch.. 1*7:2, LIV., p. 306. ..."
2. The Diseases of the Mouth in Children (non-surgical). by Frederick Forchheimer (1892)
"Under all circumstances, we no longer have the right to call the globulo-filamentous form, mycelium, and the yeast form, conidian, as both of them form ..."
3. Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture by Pennsylvania Dept. of Agriculture (1898)
"... the oldest parts withering as the head advanced; even several Ascomycetes, amongst them the Morel!, may give under these conditions conidian (Botrytis) ..."