Assembling the Fungal Tree of Life

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Phylum Subphylum Class Subclass Order Family Genus Species Anamorph
Zoopagomycota Kickxellomycotina Dimargaritales Dimargaritaceae Dimargaris cristalligena
AuthorityR.K. Benj.



Septum / Pore Cap

Cell type: (XN) mycelium of unknown nuclear status

Component: Hypha excluding ascogenous hypha/ascus

CharacteristicStateCodeImages
Uniperforate septa a single central pore 1 Images
Uniperforate septal pore margin with lenticular cavity (bifurcate) 4 Images
Protruding non-membrane-bound bodies associated with septal pore(s) present 1 Images
Membrane-bound bodies associated with septal pore(s) absent 0 Images
Membranous structures associated with septal pore(s) absent 0 Images
Non-membrane-bound, electron-dense bodies associated with septal pore(s) absent 0 Images
Septal pore occlusion thickened non-membranous plate (flattened disc, biumbonate, or irregular) 4 Images
Organelle trafficking organelle trafficking absent 0 Images
Woronin body type Woronin bodies absent 0 Images
Septal pore cap basic structure pore cap absent 0 Images
Detailed structure of elaborated septal pore cap elaborated cap absent 0 Images
Detailed structure of simple septal pore cap simple cap absent 0 Images
Saccules of elaborated pore cap lined with external electron-dense layer absent 0  
Substructure of pore cap absent 0  
Zone of organelle exclusion at pore present 1 Images
Pore cap enclosed by endoplasmic reticulum absent 0 Images
Multiperforate septum multiperforate septum absent 0 Images
Sources
Notes Only one protruding body at the haustorial septum; shape of these bodies changes in sprangiophore and its branches.
Character Quality Good
Fixation formaldehyde and glutaraldehyde with osmium postfix ; or permanganate
Study Complete Yes
Author Jeffries, P. and Young, T.W.K.
Date 1979
Source J. Gen. Microbiol. 11: 303-311
Culture collection CBS
Culture no. 219.59
Substrate On Cokeromyces recurvatus
Source of character Culture

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