Septal structure

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septal structure (noun, ascospore term,spore morphology term, pl. septal structures) – cell organelles or other, simpler structures (lamellae, dense cytoplasm areas, etc.) associated with septal pores. Some of these structures may possibly act as a seal in ascogeneous hyphae preventing migration of nuclei across cells not identical or similar in structure to the more elaborate dolipores of basidiomycetes.

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