asexual, ”imperfect” reproductive stage
An asexual or mitotic reproductive stage in a pleomorphic life cycle that also includes a teleomorph or meiotic reproductive stage.
the asexual form (also called the imperfect state) in the life cycle of a fungus, when asexual spores (such as conidia) or no spores are produced.
the asexual reproductive or propogative manifestation of a fungus.
The asexual part of a fungi's life cycle. The spores produced are asexual (mitosporic). In many fungi this is the only type of reproduction that occurs.
the asexual stage in the life cycle of a pleomorphic fungus (see teleomorph). Usually applied to the septate fungi, where a seperate taxonomy has been developed. (Further information)
The asexual form of the fungus that is recognized solely based on its anatomic morphology.
The imperfect stage or asexual state of the fungus produced by mitosis.
An asexual (usually conidial) stage in the life cycle of a fungus. ( 15)
Imperfect state of a fungus; produces asexual spores.