Definition of Sterigmas
1. sterigma [n] - See also: sterigma
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sterigmas
Literary usage of Sterigmas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Synopsis of the North American Lichensby Edward Tuckerman by Edward Tuckerman (1882)
"The sterigmas are either elongated-cylindrical developing most commonly into branched, series of cells, or similar branched series of cells scarcely longer ..."
2. Bacteria of the Sputa and Cryptogamic Flora of the Mouth by Filandro Vicentini (1897)
"Ears or clusters of Leptothrix racemosa, with acidulated solution of iodine. a, Young cluster, with small, thin spores upon their sterigmas, x 1700. b, b, ..."
3. Genera Lichenum: An Arrangement of the North American Lichens by Edward Tuckerman (1872)
"Spermatia acicular, bowed; on simple sterigmas. Reaction of hymenial gelatine with iodine vinous-red. 3 Thallus with the aspect of S. ..."
4. Special pathology and therapeutics of the diseases of domestic animals v. 2 by Ferenc Hutyra (1913)
"... from which a single row of conidia is formed by constriction, which, in combination with the sterigmas and the columella form the ..."
5. Directions for Laboratory Work in Bacteriology by Frederick George Novy (1894)
"... enlargment is covered wilh radially arranged minute bottle-shaped bodies — the intermediate spore bearers or sterigmas from which rows of spores extend. ..."
6. Beihefte zum Botanischen Centralblatt (1907)
"Schon etwas vorher findet in dem oberen Drittel des sterigmas eine Kernteilung statt. ... Jetzt entsteht am Ende des sterigmas eine ..."