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cleistothecium (noun, pl. cleistothecia;ascocarp term) – a globose to flask-shaped ascocarp not opening by a pore, but releasing the spores by disintegrating; in the strict sense only referring to ascocarps with ascohymenial development but frequently used in a wide sense to refer to globular ascocarp that disintegrated to release its ascospores.

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