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Behavior of cell nuclei during basidiospore formation in tricholoma matsutake



Behavior of cell nuclei during basidiospore formation in tricholoma matsutake



Nippon Kingakukai Kaiho 28(1): 63-68



The behavior of cell nuclei during basidiospore formation in Tricholoma matsutake was studied with fluorescence microscopy. Only a single pattern of nuclear behavior was seen. The nuclei that resulted from meiosis migrated into the basidiospores, and there mitotic nuclear division occurred. Four of the eight daughter nuclei migrated back into the basidium; therefore, each spore contained a single nucleus at the mature stage. The results observed corresponded to Pattern C of Duncan and Galbraith (1972). Two of the three patterns that were reported by Tominaga (1963) seem to be intermediate stages of the process.

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