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The chlorella phycobiont of trapelia coarctata


Plant Systematics and Evolution 130(3-4): 253-264
The chlorella phycobiont of trapelia coarctata
T. coarctata is lichenized with C. saccharophila var. ellipsoidea. The cells of the isolated alga may be covered individually by a gelatinous envelope; they also can be embedded in confluent mucilage. The course of succedaneous divisions leading to the formation of autospores starts with the appearnce of a 2nd, new pyrenoid and goes on with bipartitioning of the chloroplast, nuclear division and cytokinesis. Starch grains identical to those in the stroma surround the pyrenoid more or less loosely and not in the form of saucer-shaped parts constituting a coherent shell.

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