Laboratory and Field GlossaryThere are 196 entries in this glossary.
Cell containing a particular orientation of fungal gametes.
A conidiophore displaying a sharp â€œknee
A fungus developing mainly on soil or soil
A thin groove in a conidium which helps split the cell and create space for hyphal growth.
Without hair; smooth.
A plastic enclosure with built-in gloves which is placed with an airtight seal around asbestos-containing pipe lagging or other materials such that they may be removed or repaired without generating airborne fibers.
As used in the context of material condition, integrity of the material is generally complete, with possible small areas of delamination or indications of limited contact or water damage. The mechanism to retain the insulation in its original position (e.g. cloth wrapping over pipe insulation) is still present.
Cells containing a minimal amount of peptidoglycan in the cell wall
Cells containing several layers of cross
Differential stain used to differentiate between Gram Positive and Gram Negative cells.
Substrate used for cultivating microbes. There are several types: see Defined, Differential, Enrichment, Selective, and Undefined Media.