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. Introduction to the study of fungi, their organography, classification, and distribution for the use of collectors . of xicWya. but tend towards the oogonium. TheirAfter DeBary. ^^^^ extremity is closely applied to the wall, and becomes slightly inflated above, and cut off below by aseptum. It is then an oblong cell, or antheridium, filled withprotoplasm. Each oogonium possesses one or several of theseantheridia. Towards the time when the oospheres are formed,each antheridium projects into the interior of the oogonium oneor more tubular processes, which are applied by their extremitiesto the

. Introduction to the study of fungi, their organography, classification, and distribution for the use of collectors . of xicWya. but tend towards the oogonium. TheirAfter DeBary. ^^^^ extremity is closely applied to the wall, and becomes slightly inflated above, and cut off below by aseptum. It is then an oblong cell, or antheridium, filled withprotoplasm. Each oogonium possesses one or several of theseantheridia. Towards the time when the oospheres are formed,each antheridium projects into the interior of the oogonium oneor more tubular processes, which are applied by their extremitiesto the Stock Photo
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. Introduction to the study of fungi, their organography, classification, and distribution for the use of collectors . of xicWya. but tend towards the oogonium. TheirAfter DeBary. ^^^^ extremity is closely applied to the wall, and becomes slightly inflated above, and cut off below by aseptum. It is then an oblong cell, or antheridium, filled withprotoplasm. Each oogonium possesses one or several of theseantheridia. Towards the time when the oospheres are formed,each antheridium projects into the interior of the oogonium oneor more tubular processes, which are applied by their extremitiesto the nearest oosphere. They have not been seen to open,nor has anything like a discharge of protoplasm been observed.Afterwards the oospheres become covered with cellulose, andare converted into so many oospores. When they have arrivedat maturity these oospores possess a tolerably thick integument,which is double, and, after a considerable period of rest, theydevelop germ tubes or sporangia direct. The Entorrioj)hthoraceae are minute parasites which inhabitthe bodies of small flies and other insects, and are distin-. CON JUG A TING FUNGI—PH YCOM YCE TES 235