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Peculiar structures in cells of Sphaeropsis hypodermia associated with sheath formation
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In some fungi that were found to produce pycnidia or acervuli in culture, it was observed that the fungal cells from which seemingly evolved formation of the fruiting bodies, were regularly surrounded by thick extracellular matter. In the case of S. hyopodermia  (also a pathogen of elm), this matter was also found as in the other systems studied to invade host cell walls. This paper illustrates peculiar structures that occurred in this fungus, in cells forming the outer layers of the pycnidia but that were absent in the innermost layers.
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