Micro Slides of Asexual Fungal Spores

Micro Slides of Asexual Fungal Spores - Asymmetrical...

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ASEXUAL FUNGAL SPORES ( click on thumbnail photos to enlarge ) 1. Blastospores - budding yeast. Observe : Blastospores "budding" from parent cell. 2. Chlamydospores - corn smut, Ustilago maudis Observe : Free thick-walled, round, single-celled spores. "Spines" on outside of the spore wall. 3. Arthrospores - Geotrichum candida Observe : Barrel-shaped, thick-walled spores. Hyphae 4. Conidiospores A. Penicillium conidiospores Observe : Chains of conidiospores formed at the ends of branching hyphae.
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Unformatted text preview: Asymmetrical arrangement of chains of spores. B. Aspergillus conidiospores Observe : Chains of spores occurring around the rounded end of the hyphae. Symmetrical arrangement of chains of spores. 5. Sporangiospores- Rhizopus Observe : Rounded sac-like structure (sporangium) occurring at the end of hypha. Sporangiospores occurring in sporangium Fungal Sexual Spores | Laboratory Reviews | Brenda Wellmeyer's Homepage E-mail comments to Brenda Wellmeyer...
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