Use this penicillium (blue mold) slide for your biological study of mycelia, conidia, and conidiophores - fungi-related filaments and spores.
What are Mycelia?
Mycelia are the vegetative parts of a fungus. They consist of a network of white fine filaments (hyphae).
What are Conidia?
Conidia are asexual spores produced by various fungi. They are formed at the tip of a specialized hypha (branching filament that makes up the mycelium of a fungus).
What are Conidophores?
Conidophores are conidium-bearing hypha or filament.
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