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This photomicrograph reveals a conidiophore that has branched from the hypha of an Aspergillus fumigatus fungal organism. The conidiophore gave rise to a cluster of phialoconidia, which are strands, or chains of conidia, or spores, that grow outward from each phialide. Note that there were also a number of scattered conidia, which had broken away from the conidial cluster.
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