acrogen

NOUN
  1. any flowerless plant such as a fern (pteridophyte) or moss (bryophyte) in which growth occurs only at the tip of the main stem
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How To Use acrogen In A Sentence

  • The rensa mutant produced chlamydospores acrogenously from hyphae or by the modification of hyphal cells, as did the wild type.
  • In other words, macrogenetic changes might occur suddenly (e.g. polyploidy leading to speciation in plants), but that changes to the overall structure of the organism, changes that require coordinated changes, occurs through evolution by natural selection. Common Descent & Common Design – An Unexpected Outcome
  • In other words, macrogenetic changes might occur suddenly (polyploidy leading to speciation in plants), but that changes to the overall structure of the organism, changes that require coordinated changes, occurs through evolution by natural selection. Common Descent & Common Design – An Unexpected Outcome
  • Ellipsoidal microconidia and falcate macroconidia are formed from phialides by basipetal division; globose chlamydospores with thick walls are formed acrogenously from hyphae or by the modification of hyphal cells.
  • Higher up the moor, ferns of ampler size occur, and what seems to be rushes, which bear atop conglobate panicles on their smooth leafless stems; but at its lower edge little else appears than the higher Acrogens, -- ferns and their allies. The Testimony of the Rocks or, Geology in Its Bearings on the Two Theologies, Natural and Revealed
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