Fungi & Lichen M'scope Slides 20 Slides with TextFungi and Lichen - English20 Microscope SlidesPhycomycetes:1(c). Mucor mucedo, w.m. of hyphae showing sporangia 2(d). Rhizopus nigricans, w.m. of hyphae with developing zygotes 3 (d). Synchytrium endobioticum, potato black wart, t.s. of infected tissue 4(c). Plasmodiophora, t.s. of cabbage rot Ascomycetes 5(c). Claviceps purpurea, t.s. of sclerotium 6(c). Tuber rufum, truffle, t.s. of fruiting body showing asci 7(c). Peziza sp., cup-fungus, t.s. of fruiting body with asci 8(d). Erysiphe sp., mildew, t.s. of leaf with perithecia 9(d). Penicillium sp., blue mold on orange-rind, t.s. of hyphae with conidiophores 10(c). Aspergillus glaucum, brown-mold, w.m. of hyphae with sporangia 11(b). Saccharomyces sp., yeast, budding, w.m. 12(d). Taphrina pruni (Exoascus pruni), plum pockets, t.s. with haustoria and asci Basidiomycetes 13(d). Puccinia graminis, t.s. of uredinia on wheat 14(d). Puccinia graminis, wheat rust, t.s. of aecidia on infected barberry leaf 15(d). Ustilago zeae, corn smut, infected tissue, t.s. 16(c). Psalliota sp., mushroom, l.s. through pileus and lamellae 17(c). Boletus edulis, pore fungus, l.s. through pores 18(c). Lycoperdon gemmatum, puff-ball, t.s. of fruiting body Lichens 19(d). Xanthoria, lichen, t.s. of thallus showing hyphae with symbiotic algae 20(d). Xanthoria, t.s. of apothecium. Product photo may not exactly match the product offered for sale. Please refer to the product description.
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