Development and fate of electron-dense microbodies in trap cells of the nematophagous fungusArthrobotrys oligospora View Full Text


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1985-07

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Marten Veenhuis, Birgit Nordbring-Hertz, Wim Harder

ABSTRACT

The development of electron-dense microbodies in cells of capture organs of the nematophagous fungus Arthrobotrys oligospora was studied with different ultrastructural techniques. Kinetic experiments revealed that the synthesis of these microbodies started in a very early stage of trap formation; the organelles originated from special regions of endoplasmic reticulum by budding. Mature organelles were surrounded by a single membrane of approximately 9 nm (KMnO4-fixation) and lacked crystalline inclusions. The presence of the electron-dense microbodies was independent of the conditions during which the traps had developed. The organelles remained intact during aging of the trap cells. They were also observed in the trophic hyphae after capture and penetration of nematodes. However, the distribution patterns of these organelles in the trophic hyphae, which were identical to those observed after germination of isolated traps on different cultivation media, suggested that their presence must be explained by dilution of organelles in newly formed cells. More... »

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399-407

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