What is the shape of Yeast?


#1

What is the shape of yeast? Oval, Spherical or Both.


#2

It can be both. The shape of yeast cells may be spherical, globose, ellipsoidal, elongate to cylindrical with rounded ends, more or less rectangular, pear-shaped, apiculate or lemon-shaped, ogival or pointed at one end, or tetrahedral. The diameter of a spherical cell may vary from 2 to 10 micrometers. The length of cylindrical cells is often 20–30 μm and, in some cases, even greater.


#3

The shape of yeast cells may be spherical, global, ellipsoidal, elongate to cylindrical with rounded ends, more or less rectangular, pear-shaped.


#4

The shape of yeast cells may be spherical, globose, ellipsoidal, elongate to cylindrical with rounded ends, more or less rectangular, pear-shaped, apiculate or lemon-shaped, ogival or pointed at one end, or tetrahedral. The diameter of a spherical cell may vary from 2 to 10 micrometers.
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