Interascal hypha

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interascal hypha (noun, pl. interascal hyphae;ascocarp term) – any hypha that grows as part of the hamathecium in between the asci of the hymenium, whether developed during an ascolocular or an ascohymenial ontogeny. Related terms: hamathecium, interascal pseudoparenchyma, paraphysis, paraphysoid, pseudoparaphysis, periphysis, periphysoid, pre-ascal hypha.

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