Untersuchungen zur Ultrastruktur von Microsporum gypseum

(Bodin 1907), Guiart et Grigoraki 1928 II. Aufbau und Vermehrung der Mitochondrien
  • W. Meinhof
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Zusammenfassung

In den Mitochondrien von Microsporum gypseum konnten sowohl tubuläre wie auch lamelläre Strukturen (Tubuli mitochondriales, Cristae mitochondriales) beobachtet werden. Beide Formen wurden auch in einer Hyphe gesehen. Die Möglichkeit, daß tubuläre Mitochondrien in Mitochondrien mit Cristae umgewandelt werden, wird diskutiert. Sanduhrartige oder Hantelformen der Mitochondrien wurden als Teilungsfiguren gedeuttt. Vesiculäre Einschlüsse in den Mitochondrien konnten ebenso beobachtet werden wie an Vacuolen erinnernde Einschlüsse, bei denen es sich um angeschnittene Einstülpungen der Hüllmembran handeln könnte.

Summary

Both tubular and lamellate structures (Tubuli mitochondriales, Cristae mitochondriales) have been observed in the mitochondria of Microsporum gypseum. Both forms were seen in one hypha. The possibility that tubular mitochondria are converted into cristate mitochondria is discussed. Partition of mitochondria was suggested by dumbbell or hourglass forms. Vesicular inclusion in mitochondria as well as vacuole-like structures, which might represent indentations of the mitochondrial envelope, are described.

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  • W. Meinhof
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  1. 1.Dermatologische Klinik und Poliklinik der Philipps-Universität Marburg a. d. LahnMarburg a. d. LahnDeutschland

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