Septal canal

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septal canal (noun, ascospore term,spore morphology term, pl. septal canals) – a narrow duct that connects two separate cell lumina through a proper septum that divides fungal cells along hyphae; see canal, spore canal; not identical with isthmus or spore channels.

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