Polymyxa betae (Plasmodiophoraceae) - Vegetative Vermehrung im Wurzelhaar der Zuckerrübe

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Title
Polymyxa betae (Plasmodiophoraceae) - Vegetative Vermehrung im Wurzelhaar der Zuckerrübe
Alternative Title
Polymyxa betae (Plasmodiophoraceae) - Vegetative Reproduction in the Root Hair of the Sugar Beet
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IWF Signature
E 1001
Publisher
Release Date
1965
Language
Silent film
Producer
IWF (Göttingen)
Production Year
1964

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IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, 117 m ; SW, 11 min

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Abstract
Bewegung der Zoospore (Zeitdehnung), "Probekontakte", Infektion: Festsetzen und Stilettbildung der Zoospore am Wurzelhaar; Ausbreitung der Infektion im Wurzelhaar: Wanderung des Plasmodiums; Zoosporangienbildung, Differenzierung und Ausschwärmen der Zoosporen; teilweise Zeitraffung.
Movement of the zoospore (high-speed photography); attempted contacts; infection: attachment and stiletto formation by the zoospore on the root hair; spread of the infection in the root hair; migration of the plasmodium; formation of zoosporangia; differentiation and release of the zoospores. With time-lapse.
Keywords Pilze / niedere Pilze Polymyxa betae Zellbiologie Sporen / Myxomycetes Plasmodien Fortpflanzung, ungeschlechtliche / Mycota reproduction, asexual / Mycota plasmodia spores / Myxomycetes cell biology Polymyxa betae fungi / lower fungi Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
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