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Abstract

Summary: Cystidia of the gill hymenium in the fruit body of show a distinct ultrastructural differentiation. They are large coenocytic cells and lack the glycogen-like storage reserves of the adjacent basidia. Cystidia contain large amounts of smooth endoplasmic reticulum. Their ultrastructure suggests a role as a secretory cell; the nature and function of the secretory product is discussed.

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