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Things hypha often describes (“hypha ________”)
transition, morphogenesis

Descriptive words:
fungal, ascogenous, aerial, single, same, short, main, specialized, vegetative, fertile, septate, receptive, singular, dikaryotic, intercellular, primary, erect, young, branched, coiled, flexuous, bearing, slender, like, original, intracellular, mycelial, subtending, somatic, invading, penetrating, simple, individual, unbranched, fine, central, shaped, coenocytic, adjacent, ordinary, leading, upright, lateral, aseptate, terminal, narrow, horizontal, binucleate, walled, secondary, infecting, antheridial, sporiferous, delicate, undifferentiated, older, reproductive, thick, nonseptate, medullary, stout, sporogenous, sporangiferous, multicellular, specialised, fruiting, thin, racquet, vertical, parental, mature, multinucleate, sterile, sporophore, oidial, neighbouring, conidiogenous, producing, haploid, empty, tubular, oogonial

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