Definitions for "Endospore"
The thin inner coat of certain spores.
A thick-walled spore formed in a bacterial cell. It is very resistant to being killed by heat and various other chemical and physical agents. Endospores are best verified by demonstrating that cultures survive a temperature of 70-80 C for 10 min.
in the Microsporidia, a protective coat of chitin located between the outer protein exospore and the cell membrane.
a small, round, thick-walled structure that houses the bacteria's genetic materials
a type of dormant cell that is resistant to adverse conditions
EN-doe-spor A walled structure that forms around a bacterial cell's nucleus, enabling the organism to survive harsh environmental conditions. 447
Keywords:  endothelium, endotherm
Endothelium Endotherm
Keywords:  bad, preserve, seed, turn, life
seed-like structure; formed to preserve life when conditions turn bad