Sporogenesis and dissemination of Basidi

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The slide show illustrates the development and dissemination of basidiospores on the Basidium.

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Sporogenesis and Dissemination of Basidiospores Dr. S.K. Chile

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A Basidium with two heterokarytic nuclei.

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Two heterokarytic nuclei in movement and waiting their turn for fusion.

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Fusion of two heterokarytic nuclei thus a diploid zygotic nucleus is formed.

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In Basidium Meiotic division of zygotic nucleus starts.

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In Basidium Meiotic division of zygotic nucleus starts.

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In Basidium second Meiotic division of zygotic nucleus starts.

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In Basidium after Meiotic division four daughter nuclei two of each strain are formed.

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In Basidium daughter nuclei are ready to move to the sterigmeta for sporogenesis .

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In Basidium daughter nuclei are moving to the sterigmeta.

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Basidiospore genesis on sterigmeta.

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Nuclei move to newly formed Basidiospores.

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The newly formed Basidiospores.

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The thickening in the wall of Basidiospores.

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Dissemination of Basidiospores by water droplet method.

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Dissemination of Basidiospores by water droplet method.

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Dissemination of Basidiospores by water droplet method.

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Dissemination of Basidiospores by water droplet method.

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Bulk of Basidiospores being disseminated.

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Bulk of the disseminated Basidiospores.

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The End Dr. S. K. Chile

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