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Patterns of extracellular matter of fungal cells and relation with their content
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The features of large extracellular sheaths observed in a number of fungi are described in vitro  as in vivo  conditions. Results of labelling of these sheaths, including a positive reaction for RNA in one case, of chitin, glucosides etc, in other cases, are described. Production of extracellular matter that was often observed to be released directly from the cell content was pronounced in elms as in other plants. In elm, large amounts of matter in vessel elements were traceable to pathogen elements in this manner. This, and also the similar vessel wall lining and the wall invading opaque matter in the systems studied, displayed small opaque particles that were clearly associated with fungal elements.
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