Assembling the Fungal Tree of Life

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Phylum Subphylum Class Subclass Order Family Genus Species Anamorph
Zoopagomycota Entomophthoromycotina Entomophthoromycetes Entomophthorales Entomophthoraceae Pandora neoaphidis
SynonymErynia neoaphidis



Nuclear Division

Cell type: (MI) mitosis

Component: Nuc Div / SPB

CharacteristicStateCodeImages
Centriole absent 0  
Basic organization of the spindle pole ring-like spindle pole body 2 Images
Spindle pole body form, interphase-prophase notched ring with middle piece and intranuclear component 8 Images
Spindle pole body form, metaphase-anaphase notched ring with persistent half middle piece and clear zone between intranuclear component and nuclear envelope b Images
Spindle development site intranuclear (nuclear envelope intact) 2 Images
Spindle pole body migration (per Heath, 1980, Int. Rev. Cytol. 64:1) migration during spindle formation 1 Images
Metaphase nuclear envelope intact 0 Images
Telophase nuclear envelope retention of complete nuclear envelope around the chromatin with median constriction/fragmentation 0 Images
Perinuclear endoplasmic reticulum absent 0  
Central spindle absent 0 Images
Metaphase plate absent 0 Images
Spindle pole body cap absent 0 Images
Nucleolus behavior nucleolus is persistent throughout division 3 Images
Transient intranuclear element at late interphase-prophase absent 0 Images
Sources
Notes Interphase not observed; spindle is excentrically positioned on one side of the early metaphase nucleus with most of the chromation and the nucleolus lateral to it; at late anaphase membrane bounded cisternae occur in the attenuated region of the nucleus
Character Quality Good
Fixation gluteraldehyde with osmium postfix
Study Complete No
Author Butt, T.M. and Beckett, A.
Date 1984
Source Protoplasma 120: 61-71
Other Sources Butt, T.M. and Beckett, A. 1984. Protoplasma 120: 72-83; Heath, I.B. 1986. Progress in Prototistology 1: 115-162
Synonym genus Erynia
Synonym species Erynia neoaphidis

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