Arbuscular mycorrhizas and dark septate
fungi in Lycopodium paniculatum (Lycopodiaceae) and Equisetum bogotense (Equisetaceae) in a Valdivian temperate forest of Patagonia, Argentina.
uterus: a review of management and reproductive outcome.
endophytes (DSE) are common fungi over broad hosts and geographical ranges (Jumpponen and Trappe, 1998), but the number of studies investigating DSE associations in plant roots under experimental drought conditions is considerably low.
adhaerens lacks the tight junctions or septate
junctions that typically accompany adherens junctions in Eumetazoa (Ganot et al.
Occurrence of dark septate
endophytes in Nothofagus seedlings from Patagonia, Argentina.
Instead, a simple nasal swab was taken from both nostrils and large (4-6 um diameter), dark blue septate
hyphae with parallel sides that branched dichotomously at 45 angle were the most common findings.
All imperforate tracheary elements are moderately thin-walled septate
fibers, with small simple or vestigially bordered pits (Fig.
Aspergillus (Fig 4) was observed as dichotomous septate
hyphae branching at acute angles.
branching hyphae coursed across the sample (Fig 2).
The Society identified seven basic groups according to Mullerian development and their relationship to fertility: agenesis and hypoplasias, unicornuate uteri (unilateral hypoplasia), didelphys uteri (complete nonfusion), bicornuate uteri (incomplete fusion), septate
uteri (nonreabsorption of septum), arcuate uteri (almost complete reabsorption of septum), and anomalies related to fetal DES exposure.
Mycelium superficial, partly immersed, smooth, septate
, hyaline, olivaceous and growing on pseudostroma.
Higher magnification identified fungal bodies bearing septate
hyphae with acute angled branching, consistent with the morphology of Aspergillus (figure 3).