Definition of Ascocarps

1. Noun. (plural of ascocarp) ¹



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Definition of Ascocarps

1. ascocarp [n] - See also: ascocarp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ascocarps

ascites adiposus
ascites in neonates
ascitic
ascitic agar
ascitic fluid
ascitic tumour
ascititious
ascitogenous
asclepiad
asclepiadaceous
asclepiads
asclepias
ascocarp
ascocarpic
ascocarpous
ascocarps (current term)
ascococci
ascococcus
ascogenous
ascogonia
ascogonium
ascolichen
ascoma
ascomata
ascomycete
ascomycetous
ascomycetous fungus
ascon

Literary usage of Ascocarps

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1. Text-book of the Diseases of Trees by Robert Hartig (1894)
"Numerous cup-shaped ascocarps ultimately make their appearance on the dead cortex, ... The cup-shaped ascocarps of the parasite appear upon the cortex. ..."

2. Nature and Development of Plants by Carlton Clarence Curtis (1918)
"ascocarps breaks through the bark of a large variety of trees and shrubs in the form of spherical or cake-like masses (Fig. 148). ..."

3. The Forester: A Practical Treatise on British Forestry and Arboriculture for by John Nisbet (1905)
"These cup-shaped ascocarps also often appear on the dead bark, even when there ... In young plantations the ascocarps are produced in large numbers near the ..."

4. Phytopathology by American Phytopathological Society (1917)
"On June 2, 1917, an abundance of ascospores was obtained by inverting petri dishes containing a thin layer of agar over ascocarps which had been moistened. ..."

5. Laboratory Directions for Elementary Botany by James Barkley Pollock (1922)
"Larger than these are the ascocarps of the morel, an edible fungus, called a mushroom, ... The truffle is another ascomycete whose ascocarps are edible, ..."

6. Laboratory and Field Manual of Botany by Joseph Young Bergen, Bradley Moore Davis (1907)
"2. Diagram and compare the fructifications of Penicillium and of Aspergillus. B. Some species of Aspergillus not infrequently develop ascocarps (formerly ..."

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