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A simple and safe device for spreading ultrathin sections for electron microscopy is described. The use of this device minimizes the release of chloroform vapor during section spreading.
The endobiotic thallus ofPhysoderma maydis is characterized by the presence of an extremely fine rhizomycelium which passes through the host cell wall, allowing the spread of the disease, and irregularly shaped “turbinate cells”, which may be septate or nonseptate and which are in close association with developing resting sporangia. The formation of the… (More)
Physical removal of the cell wall of yeast and other fungal cells, by rapid mixing of the cells with glass beads after preliminary fixation in glutaraldehyde or formalin, removes the cell wall barrier to fixation and/or infiltration of the cells for electron microscopy. The technique has been used on a variety of fungal cells which have been “difficult” to… (More)