Assembling the Fungal Tree of Life

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Phylum Subphylum Class Subclass Order Family Genus Species Anamorph
Basidiomycota Agaricomycotina Agaricomycetes Agaricomycetidae Agaricales Tricholomataceae Panellus stypticus



Septum / Pore Cap

Cell type: (1N) haploid mycelium

Component: Hypha excluding ascogenous hypha/ascus

CharacteristicStateCodeImages
Uniperforate septa a single central pore 1 Images
Uniperforate septal pore margin septal pore swelling 3 Images
Protruding non-membrane-bound bodies associated with septal pore(s) absent 0 Images
Membrane-bound bodies associated with septal pore(s) absent 0 Images
Membranous structures associated with septal pore(s) septal pore cap 1 Images
Non-membrane-bound, electron-dense bodies associated with septal pore(s) absent 0 Images
Septal pore occlusion thin non-membranous, non-continuous electron-dense material associated with septal swellings (Agaricomycotina) 2  
Organelle trafficking ribosomes/small particles or organelles 3 Images
Woronin body type Woronin bodies absent 0 Images
Septal pore cap basic structure simple cap (cap with unelaborated abseptal surface) 2 Images
Detailed structure of elaborated septal pore cap elaborated cap absent 0 Images
Detailed structure of simple septal pore cap cap multiperforate, small pores 3 Images
Saccules of elaborated pore cap lined with external electron-dense layer absent 0  
Substructure of pore cap cap with three internal layers (central electron-dense layer between two less electron dense layers) 3 Images
Zone of organelle exclusion at pore absent 0 Images
Pore cap enclosed by endoplasmic reticulum absent 0 Images
Multiperforate septum multiperforate septum absent 0 Images
Desmotubules in plasmodesmata absent 0 Images
Sources
Notes Detailed structure of septal pore swellings with polysaccharide staining. Two figures.
Character Quality High
Fixation freeze substitution
Study Complete Yes
Author Lingle, W.L.
Date 1989
Source Crypt. Bot. 1: 236-242

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