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ID Thumbnail Media Data
7348
Comments Arbuscule within a root cell, stained with Chlorazol Black E.
Size Arbuscule diameter is approximately 19 Ám
Copyright © Kerstin Wex
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Attached to Group Glomeromycota: view page image collection
Title arbuscule.jpg
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ID 7348
7349
Scientific Name Plantago media, Glomus clarum
Comments Roots of Plantago media (plantain) colonized with Glomus clarum. Note the hyphae and spores on the roots.
Size Diameter of larger spores is approximately 200 Ám
Copyright © Dirk Redecker
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Attached to Group Plantaginaceae (Lamiales): view page image collection
Glomeromycota: view page image collection
Title lclr_myc.jpg
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ID 7349
7350
Scientific Name Glomus sp. S328
Comments Spore of Glomus sp. S328 with attached hypha.
Size Spore diameter is approximately 80 Ám.
Copyright © 2000 American Association for the Advancement of Science
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Attached to Group Glomeromycota: view page image collection
Title s328_small.jpg
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ID 7350
7370
Scientific Name Scutellospora castanea
Comments Spores of Scutellospora castanea
Life Cycle Stage spore
Size Spore diameter approximately 0.22 mm
Copyright © Annemarie Brennwald
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Attached to Group Scutellospora (Diversisporales): view page image collection
Title scutellospora_sm.jpg
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ID 7370
7372
Scientific Name Glomus sinuosum
Comments Section of a sporocarp of Glomus sinuosum (formerly Sclerocystis sinuosa). Spores are arranged around a center of interwoven hyphae and covered by a "peridium".
Acknowledgements Isolate courtesy of INVAM
Copyright © Dirk Redecker
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Attached to Group Glomeromycota: view page image collection
Title sinuosum_adj2.jpg
Image Type Photograph
ID 7372
7373
Comments Fossil glomalean spore
Specimen Condition Fossil -- Period: Ordovician of Wisconsin
Size size bar 0.05 mm
Copyright © 2000 American Association for the Advancement of Science
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Attached to Group Glomeromycota: view page image collection
Title fossilspore2.jpg
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ID 7373
7374
Scientific Name Archaeospora leptoticha
Comments Spore of Archaeospora leptoticha cracked open under a microscope cover slide. The components of spore wall structure became visible, including a richly ornamented wall.
Acknowledgements Isolate courtesy of INVAM
Life Cycle Stage spore
Size Uncracked spore diameter approximately 0.02 mm
Copyright © Dirk Redecker
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Attached to Group Archaeospora (Archaeosporales): view page image collection
Title agrd_bw1.jpg
Image Type Photograph
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ID 7374
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