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When ascospores are formed within the ascus each nucleus and associated cytoplasm becomes enclosed by a cell wall. The origin of this wall is traced in a soft cleistothecial species, Dangeard. Asci in this fungus arise by budding, and some aspects of bud-wall formation are recorded here.

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2021-10-28
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