Morphology of Cell Wall Pore Channels in the Genus Euastrum Ralfs (Desmidiales)

@article{Anissimova2018MorphologyOC,
  title={Morphology of Cell Wall Pore Channels in the Genus Euastrum Ralfs (Desmidiales)},
  author={Olga V. Anissimova and O. V. Staer},
  journal={Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin},
  year={2018},
  volume={73},
  pages={28-31}
}
The study of the cell wall structure was performed for ten species of Euastrum: E. ansatum (Ehrenb.) Ralfs, E. bidentatum Näg., E. binale (Turp.) Ehrenb. ex Ralfs, E. dubium Näg., E. elegans (Bréb.) Kütz. ex Ralfs, E. germanicum (Schmidle) W. Krieger, E. oblongum (Grev.) Ralfs ex Ralfs, E. pectinatum Bréb. ex Bréb. in Ralfs, E. validum West et G.S.West, E. verrucosum (Ehrenb.) ex Ralfs. The investigation of the cell wall ultrastructure has established for the first time that the pore canal in 6… 

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ZusammenfassungDie Zellwände vonMicrasterias rotata, Euastrum oblongum, Cosmarium spec. undHyalotheca dissiliens besitzen zu einem Netzwerk angeordnete Fibrillen, die vonClosterium moniliferum zeigen
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