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OBSERVATIONS ON SOME NEW AND UNUSUAL ENTEROPHILOUS PHYCOMYCETES
Representatives from the three trichomycete orders: the Amoebidiales, Eccrinales, and Harpellales were found in various arthropods from Western North America. Amoebidium parasilicum Cienk. was noted
Experimental studies with a new species of Stigmatomyces (Laboulbeniales).
SUMMARYStigmatomyces ceratophorus on Fannia canicularis appears to be a most likely combination for experimental studies in the Laboulbeniales. The host is relatively easy to maintain in the labora...
Developmental control ofAmoebidium parasiticum
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Both developmental phases of this epizoite may now be obtained in defined, minimal media, and amoebagenesis had previously been seen only when the host molted or when it was crushed.
Differentiation of flagellated spores in Thalassomyces ellobiopsid parasite of marine crustaceae
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The authors' observations suggest that Thalassomyces is a member of the achlorophyllous Dinophyceae, and that it produces biflagellate swarmers following simultaneous cleavage of the gonomere.
Life history of Coelomomyces psorophorae.
The mosquito parasite, Coelomomyces psorophorae (Blastocladiales, Chytridiomycetes) alternates obligately between the larvae of Culiseta inornata and the copepod Cyclops vernalis. Isogametes, derived
Ultrastructure of Harpochytrium Hedinii
An ultrastructural study of growth and reproduction of Harpochytrium hedinii Wille is presented. The fine structure of the zoospore and its subsequent development to a mature thallus reveals a rema...
Infection and morphogenesis of Pythium marinum in species of Porphyra and other red algae
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A strain of Pythium marinum (Peronosporales: Pythiaceae) from Puget Sound, Washington, was isolated from lesions of Porphyra nereocystis, although growth was slow at the lowest temperature.
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