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On field or laboratory conditions). MINTER et al. (1982, 1983) attempt a much more clear explanation of phialidic conidiogenesis on the basis of a definition of conidial ontogeny. It is concluded that the terms phialidic, blastic and thallic are at present ill defined and are unsuitable for fundamental classifications of conidial fungi. Pseudobasidiospora forms conidia similar in shape to that of many basidiospores in consequence of an unequal development of the conidium base (CAMPBELL 1979).
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A textbook of general botany by Gilbert Morgan Smith; et al