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The cleistothecium is a globose and completely closed fruiting body without any special opening to outside. The ascocarp is having definite wall fungal hyphae. The asci remains scattered inside the ascocarp. The asci are globose, broadly oval or pear shaped and sessile. The release of the asci occurs due to the irregular disintegration of the wall of the cleistothecium.

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