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(tremelloid tremellose)
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  • [Morphology of gametes in sea urchins from Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan]. [Journal Article]
    Ontogenez 2010 Jan-Feb; 41(1):47-57Drozdov AL, Vinnikova VV
  • The fine structure of the gametes in six sea urchin species of the Sea of Japan was studied. The spermatozoons in Strongylocentrotus nudus, S. intermedius, Echinocardium cordatum, Scaphechinus mirabilis, Sc. grizeus and Echinarachnius parma are species-specific. The conical head and symmetrically disposed ring-shape mitochondrion are common to regular sea urchin sperm cells. S. nudus is character…
  • Classicula: the teleomorph of Naiadella fluitans. [Journal Article]
    Mycologia 2003 Jul-Aug; 95(4):756-64Bauer R, Begerow D, … Marvanová L
  • A new genus, Classicula, and a new species, Classicula fluitans, are described in the Urediniomycetes for the teleomorph of Naiadella fluitans. Classicula fluitans forms transversely septate basidia with subapically swollen sterigmata and long fusiform basidiospores. An integrated analysis of morphological, ultrastructural and molecular data indicates that Classicula fluitans is a member of the U…
  • [Glucuronate media for isolating tremelloid yeasts]. [Journal Article]
    Mikrobiologiia 2000 Jul-Aug; 69(4):586-9Golubev VI
  • D-Glucuronate-containing agar is suggested for evaluation the population density and diversity of tremelloid yeasts in natural cenoses. This medium is superior to the commonly used wort agar on which many representatives of tremelloid yeasts cannot be revealed.
  • A new tremelloid yeast isolated from Asterophora lycoperdoides (Bull.: Fr.) Ditm. [Journal Article]
    Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 1988; 54(1):57-74Laaser G, Jahnke KD, … Oberwinkler F
  • Reports of a yeast stage of the homobasidiomycete Asterophora lycoperdoides were reexamined. Substantial differences in the physiological description and a gap of 11% G + C content were detected between the yeast and the mycelium. On the basis of nDNA reassociation experiments and restriction enzyme cleavage patterns of mtDNA using two different enzymes it has been concluded that the yeast strain…
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