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Results of electron microscope work on Coprinus

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Abstract

The septal pores of homokaryotic and dikaryotic hyphae of Coprinus lagopus as seen from ultra-thin sections are like the published descriptions from certain other Basidiomycetes. The edge of each septal pore is thickened enclosing a narrow tubular passage .09—.18 µ in diameter. On either side of the pore is a dome shaped, perforated pore cap. Both septa of the clamp connection in a dikaryon and the septa of homokaryons have pores of this type.

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Clamp Connection Nuclear Migration SchiZophyllum Commune Flow Hypothesis Incompatibility Factor 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin · Heidelberg 1965

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