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SUMMARY: An intranuclear spindle of about 40 microtubular fibrils, 200 Å in diameter, convergent to poles close to the inner membrane, with attendant centrioles external to the nuclear envelope, has been identified in sections of synchronously dividing nuclei in vegetative hyphae of .

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