Anneau apicale

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anneau apicale (noun,ascus term, pl. anneaux apicales; French, literally meaning: apical ring;deprecated term) – ring-like lamellae around the nasse axiale described from chitinoid or amyloid reactions observed in the light microscope; typically found in the archaeascus; possibly artefacts caused by degeneration of tholus structures in herbarium material; not identical with the annulus of annular asci. This is:part of ascus.

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