Stages of fungus growth

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This illustration “represents its mycelium growth; 2,2 its budding cells, which terminate in fruit cells; 3, 3, 3, 3, bearing spores which germinate; 4, 4, are fungoid aggregations, which throw out filaments; their relation to the black mycelium is not represented thus far; 5 represents what appears to be a cross section of the asci or fruit, when perfectly formed and cut through its greatest diameter crosswise.” -Watts, 1874




Fred'k Watts Report of the Commission of Agriculture for the year 1873 (Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1874) 202


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