what is septate
Asked by gulshan | 5th Aug, 2018, 08:16: PM
In biology, septate has two different morphological usages:
- In human biology, it is used to describe being divided or partitioned.
- In mycology, it is used to describe the condition of spores or hyphae that possess or lack a septum to divide cells.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 6th Aug, 2018, 12:13: PM
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