Anatomy Anatomy of the emanating elements in general Anatomy of emanating hyphae Anatomy of the cells of emanating hyphae

anatomy emanating elements emanating hyphae cell wall surface habit

1 smooth
2 rough of warts
3 with crystals
4 with ring-like thickenings
5 with a gelatinous envelope
6 without lens-shaped appositions
7 with lens-shaped appositions
8 without spindle-shaped appositions
9 with spindle-shaped appositions
10 with pigment granula
11 with soil particles

Crystals have a different structure from cell walls, show a deviating refraction behaviour, are most of the time rather regularly shaped, and lay on the wall; if crystals are dissolved by strong acids, wall structures can often be seen as small remnants of the crystals, this is indicative of their origin below the outer wall layers.

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