Rostrate dehiscence

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rostrate dehiscence (adjective,ascus term) – referring to asci with a semi-fissitunicate dehiscence by which the outer ascus ruptures at the tip and part of the endoascus extrudes into a beak-like projection called rostrum (see extrusion). Kind of:ascus dehiscence type.

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